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Scottish SPCA appeals for information

By Kirsty Brown

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The Scottish SPCA is appealing for information after a cat was found in the Whitecairns area.

Scotland’s animal welfare charity was alerted to the cat after it was handed in to Donview Veterinary Centre on Thursday, November 28.

The cat is believed to be blind and upon checking vets found it to have a Spanish microchip but no address.

The SSPCA are trying to trace the owners of the cat they've called Bobby.
The SSPCA are trying to trace the owners of the cat they've called Bobby.

Scottish SPCA inspector Lesley Crockett said: “The veterinary surgery contacted us after the cat was handed in to them.

“The cat, which staff have named Bobby, has a Spanish microchip but unfortunately there are no address details on it.

“He is blind and is receiving care and treatment for his eyes at one of our animal rescue and rehoming centres.

“We are keen to locate his owner to get him home, as he’s a friendly boy and we think someone must be missing him very much."

Anybody with any information is urged to call the charity's confidential animal helpline on: 03000 999 999.

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