Owner issues emotional plea over cat missing for six months

A pet owner from Longford has issued a heartfelt plea for the safe return of her cat.

The owner says her female tabby Troya, aged 2 years, went missing six months ago.

She was last seen in the CV6 postal area, near the Ricoh Arena.

Troya weighs around 2.5kg and has no collar or chip.

A “reward will be given after my baby girl is handed safe and sound in my hands,” the owner said on social media.

“She is usually very timid, trusts only me and my partner. But she would come running if you make noise with food pouches,” the owner added.

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