Distraught owners appeal for missing cat as he needs pet meds

Wednesday, 15th February 2012

The owners of missing black and white cat Jester are concerned about his wellbeing as he needs to take pet medication daily.

Jester went missing over a week ago and his owners Lucie Clement and Damien Brigg from Tooting, London, are appealing for help in finding their pet, reports the Wandsworth Guardian.

He is 15-years-old, has one eye, is missing all his teeth and has been battling cancer for the last year and a half.

Miss Clements has put posters up around Tooting and had one report of a sighting but has heard nothing since.

She told the newspaper: "My life is incomplete without him. Any information would mean the world to us. I would describe Jester as being like an old gentleman.

"He is a free spirit and a much loved best friend."

Her main concern is that Jester is somewhere safe and has access to cat food.

Last week, a family in Clifton were reunited with their seven-year-old cat Ollie after he went missing almost five years ago.

He had been living as a stray and was handed into the Cats Protection League where the cat was checked for a microchip, leading to his owners.