" Since I got Georgie 2 years ago we have only been apart for one week and then he stayed with my mum. Georgie was my friend and companion and my shadow I could not go into the bathroom by myself he would scratch at the door and cry until I let him in, he was always at the front door to greet me when I came in.
The house now is empty and cold I hate coming home and he is not here it feels like part of me has vanished. All I want is for him to come back and be safe with his mummy again.
Georgie doesn't like humans we are inferior, just like the leader cat out of the film cats and dogs, if you are priviliged enough to stroke him he will instantly have to wash where you touched him as you have put your human germs on him, he is very vocal he loves to chat with you and tell you everything,
He is very inquisitive he likes to investigate every noise and movement, because he is quite a large cat he is very long so he is not very graceful.
Georgie will hiss at anything or anyone he does not like and he will not back down to anything he will hiss and growl consistantly.
Georgie was an indoor cat for his whole life until 5 days before he disappered, he loved being outside playing with the butterflys etc. he has 3 other cats that are his companions , his best friend is Sweetie who is 9 months old, they went everywhere together, she is absolutely heartbroken now he has gone she keeps looking for him and calling him and will not settle at all.
He was healthy with no ailments. He has a very sensitive stomach and unless he is fed the right foods he will be sick.
Yesterday at 15:23 violently sick with diarrohea. He went out the catflap into the backgarden about 19.30 on thurs the 22/4/2010 and has not been back. We have walked around all the fields and roads looking under hedgrows in ditches down badger and fox holes in gardens etc there is no sign of him at all.
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