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Nightclubbing cat home after three months

Teddie's turned up! (image courtesy: Robyn Waring)

Teddie turns up in Torquay

A nightclubbing cat has been reunited with its owner three months after getting the hump because he was removed from a Torquay bar.

Teddie, a one-year-old ginger tom, used to wear a collar saying "I'm not lost" because he was frequently in places he shouldn't have been; supermarkets, pubs, betting shops and, if he could get away with it, the back of ambulances.

Then he got lost.

His servant at home, Robyn Waring, 22, set up a Facebook group to track him down. And thanks to Torbay cat and kitten charity Hector's House, the microchipped moggie is now back in the warmth of his family with his brother.

Ms Waring has launched a fundraising page to support the organisation, which you can access through the link below. And Matt Rogers' interview with relieved Robyn is attached to this story too.


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