By Ben Coulbeck
A PET owner is growing more fearful for the welfare of her cat Bazza who continues to be missing in Chester.
Gemma Droughton, of Pine Grove, Hoole, contacted The Chronicle last month after her tabby cat, who needs vetinerary treatment, failed to return home.
Bazza went missing during the evening of Tuesday, March 16, and was suffering from a ‘runny eye’.
A number of sightings have been reported in the Hoole area and one in Saltney, which is thought to be mistaken identity, but concerned Gemma has plotted the sightings on a Google map to try and work out his location.
She said: “He’s been spotted a few more times in the Hoole Lane area but it’s just a question of actually finding him and catching him now. One very nice lady almost managed it but he scratched her and ran off!
“He is usually in for at least three meals a day and spends most of his time cat-napping on our bed or next to the catnip in the front garden so this is very out of character for him.”
Bazza is described as being brown/black, quite small but stocky, between eight and nine years old with a bushy tail. He was wearing red/black collar bearing the words ‘stay well’.
Anyone who may have information about Bazza can contact The Chronicle on 01244 606413 and we will pass the details on to owner Gemma Droughton.
BAZZA COME BACK: Cat Bazza has been missing for a week from his home in Hoole. zz220310pchbazza