'I can't imagine life without Alfie': Plea for missing cat blind in one eye
- Credit: Ana del Canto
A heartbroken owner is pleading to help find its missing cat, which is blind in one eye.
Two-year old Alfie disappeared from St James’s Close, between St John’s Wood and Primrose Hill, on August 20 after falling out of a second-floor window.
Startled and scared, the indoor tabby cat then scarpered towards Prince Albert Road in the direction of Primrose Hill park – the last time he was seen.
Alfie’s owner Ana del Canto said: “I have searched day and night and have followed all possible suggestions.
“I am desperate to find him as he is like a child to me and the best thing to have happened to me in a long time, we are very connected and I can’t imagine life without him.
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“I am hoping someone kind has been looking after him or knows anything at all regarding his whereabouts or health.”
To provide information to the owner, who is offering a reward for Alfie's return, contact 07917 379 744.
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