'Distraught' woman's pet returns
A WOMAN, who described herself as distraught , has been reunited with her missing cat after six days.
A WOMAN, who described herself as "distraught", has been reunited with her missing cat after six days.
Terry Jankowski, of Streamers Meadows, printed 100 posters and offered a �250 reward in a bid to find missing Joey.
"He usually comes home every hour, to check that I'm here and to have a cuddle," she said.
One-year-old Joey, who is black with oriental-looking eyes, returned home under his own steam on Sunday.
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Terry told the Herald she was over the moon to have Joey back and would gladly have paid the reward.
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