Call to help find missing Max
- Credit: Archant
Family’s plea to find missing cat.
A Honiton mum says her family has been left ‘absolutely heartbroken’ after their cat went missing more than four weeks ago.
Holly Littledyke is appealing to the local community to help find Max, who is a ginger tabby, and reunite him with her five-year-old son Jack Dalton.
The three-year-old cat went missing from their home in Langford Avenue.
“We are absolutely heartbroken,” says Holly. “We are really keen to get him back.”
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Max is described as being quite tall and has a bend at the top of his tail.
He is said to be a very friendly cat and often walks with Jack and his mum to school.
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Ever since Max went missing, Jack has been searching for him every day after he finishes school.
Anyone with information is urged to call the Herald on 01392 888485.