Hunt for Hon­ey­comb

Western Suburbs Weekly - - News - By LISA THOMAS

A SU­BI­ACO man is of­fer­ing a $3000 re­ward to be re­united with his cat, which went miss­ing a year ago in Shen­ton Park.

Greg O’Brien vis­its the Cat Haven, lo­cal vets and door knocks ev­ery week in the hope that some­body has found his cat, Hon­ey­comb.

The nine-year-old black and white do­mes­tic short­hair went miss­ing in Novem­ber last year.

Mr O’Brien said de­spite it be­ing a year since his cat went miss­ing, he did not want to give up and needed to find out what had hap­pened to his best friend.

“I can’t ex­plain how much she means to me and the hard­est thing is not know­ing where she is,” he said.

“There must be some­one look­ing af­ter her; she’s a beau­ti­ful and timid cat and would have been found hid­ing some­where.”

Mr O’Brien said he had de­cided to of­fer a re­ward and take the money from his su­per­an­nu­a­tion to help pay a re­ward to find Hon­ey­comb.

“I just want her to come home,” he said. “I’ve had her since she was a kit­ten and she means ev­ery­thing to me.”

Cat Haven sur­ren­der con­sul­tant Jar­nah Hor­dacre said ev­ery week Mr O’Brien vis­ited the Cat Haven hop­ing for news on Hon­ey­comb.

“It breaks my heart to see him come in ev­ery week look­ing for her and to see how much he misses her,” she said. “We’re hop­ing some­one will have some in­for­ma­tion that can help him find out what hap­pened to Hon­ey­comb or where she might be.

“Hon­ey­comb is mi­crochipped and is black, with a white chest and neck, and with white mark­ings on her nose and feet.”

If any­one has any in­for­ma­tion on Hon­ey­comb con­tact Greg O’Brien on 0413 701 489 or the Cat Haven 9442 3600.

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