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Help find missing Gorleston cat Gibby

12:19 25 August 2012

Five-year-old cat Gibby went missing from the Oxford Avenue area of Gorleston, on Wednesday, August 22.

Five-year-old cat Gibby went missing from the Oxford Avenue area of Gorleston, on Wednesday, August 22.

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Five-year-old cat Gibby went missing from the Oxford Avenue area of Gorleston on Wednesday.

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He belongs to Alan and Wendy Gibb, and the pair say their autistic son Robin is “absolutely devastated” that he is missing.

Mrs Gibb said Gibby is not a very confident cat and has only just recently started to go out again after a fright on bonfire night last year.

Gibby is around five years old, although he is small for his age.

He has a distinctive beauty spot on his nose.

If you think you may have spotted Gibby, call the Gibb family on 01493 658514.

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