Have you seen Molly?

10:51 13 December 2012

Have you seen Molly?

Have you seen Molly?

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Can you help fulfil a Honiton couple’s Christmas wish to find their missing cat.

A Honiton couple are desperate to be reunited with their missing cat for Christmas and are appealing to the public for help.

Molly’s owners Kate and James Aston have been searching for her since she went missing at the end of September from their home at Macauley Close.

“We are desperate to find her” says Kate.

The three-year-old cat is dark brown and has a blond and ginger coloured fur under her chin along with piercing green eyes.

Kate is keen to trace Molly who has allergies and needs medication. She told the Midweek Herald “Molly is part of the family - she is a rescue kitten and we took the job of caring for her for life. We need to get her home.”

She said having Molly back for Christmas would be the best present she could wish for.

Anyone who has seen Molly is urged to contact Kate on 07411842548 or James on 07540697732.

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