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Appeal for information about missing cat Nula from owner Chelsea Cusak of Curlew Road, Forres


By Garry McCartney

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Nula's distinctive Scotland collar and tag.
Nula's distinctive Scotland collar and tag.

A CAT-lover is appealing for information about her missing moggie.

Chelsea Cusak of Curlew Road, Knockomie Braes, has not seen her seven-year-old brown and white puss Nula since Tuesday, April 26 when she was filmed on her ring camera at 6.30am.

She said: "We're absolutely heartbroken - Nula is much-loved ... she's my everything and has helped me through bad times in my life.

"Over the last five weeks, I've scoured the place day and night, put missing posters up and leaflets through doors.

"She never usually wanders too far. We think someone could be feeding her. She’s friendly and will usually approach people, especially for food."

The cat is much loved by owners Chelsea and Hannah as well as "sister" Skye.
The cat is much loved by owners Chelsea and Hannah as well as "sister" Skye.

Chelsea's family - partner Hannah and Skye the Labrador - bought Nula as a kitten from a seller in Glasgow. They moved to Knockomie Braes on February 10.

Nula comes and goes as she pleases and enjoys spending periods outdoors. In the summer months she is out most of the time but returns at around 6.30am and 5pm for feeding. She usually sleeps in the house at night from around 1am.

Nula is microchipped and splayed. She has a distinctive brown and black stripe patch on her left leg and wears a Scotland tag.

Chelsea has been told about sightings in the Mannachie area as well as at Anderson Crescent and Fleurs Drive. The last was at Fluers Road on May 30 when Nula was spotted on someone’s window ledge.

"She would come out for Dreamies treats," said Chelsea. "She also responds to her name.

"If anyone has any information, please call 07961652268."



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