Family ask for public’s help to find missing cat

Ginger. INNT 37-800CON
Ginger. INNT 37-800CON

A family from Whiteabbey are asking the public to help them find their pet cat, Ginger, after he went missing on August 30.

Ginger went missing from the car park of Glenburn Veterinary Surgery on the Antrim Road in Glengormley on Tuesday, August 30 at 7pm.

He had just had an operation at the surgery.

The cat, which is aged around 11/12, was last seen running down the Antrim Road towards the Ballyclare Road junction.

Speaking to the Times, Ginger’s owner Grahame said: “Ginger is microchipped and a neutered male. He has distinctive markings on his body that look like a shell and rings on his long tail.

“His left ear has a little bit off it at the top and he has distinctive piercing eyes. Around his mouth he has black marks from age and one tooth at the front.

“He is an elderly man, aged around 11/12 years old, who is strong and well built and can meow loudly for attention.”

If you have any information about the whereabouts of Ginger, contact Glenburn Veterinary Surgery on 02890849350.