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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.

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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