Ryan freed from shed
AFTER an intensive search, a missing cat was found three weeks later – trapped in a shed down the road. Honiton residents rallied round to help Stan Pearce, 66, of Livermore Road, find his beloved pet, Ryan.
AFTER an intensive search, a missing cat was found three weeks later - trapped in a shed down the road.
Honiton residents rallied round to help Stan Pearce, 66, of Livermore Road, find his beloved pet, Ryan.
But after searching high and low, the two-year-old black cat was found safe and well when a resident happened to open her shed door.
Mr Pearce said the loss had worried him, his wife Christine, 62, and son Martin, 36.
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"Ryan is one of the family," he said. "He means a lot to us. We were very worried.
"But everybody helped to look for him. It seems he shot into the shed and got stuck there. But the vet said he was ok.
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"We are very happy we have got our family member back - even if he's a bit thinner. I would like to thank everybody who helped.