Tuesday 10 January 2017

Missing Cat found at M40 Beaconsfield Services

Missing Cat found at M40 Beaconsfield Services

An animal charity is on the hunt for the owners of a missing cat who was discovered at Beaconsfield motorway service station in Buckinghamshire yesterday afternoon.

The RSPCA has issued an appeal after staff at the Beaconsfield services of the M40, Windsor Road, found the female tabby cat, believed to be called Mimi, on January 6.

Staff said they had been approached by a woman the night before who had lost the cat after she escaped from her car.

RSPCA inspector Rachel Smith said: “This owner must be frantic with worry.


Luckily, Mimi is unharmed and doing well in RSPCA care, although understandably a little shaken up by her ordeal. She is a beautiful cat who has clearly been loved and looked after and we think her owner must just be so upset

Anyone with any information has been asked to call the RSPCA on 0300 123 8018

or If you are the owner of this cat or know someone who is, please get in touch with us via the contact us page


Thank you


Extra MSA Beaconsfield Ltd