Never Give Up

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Joe Collins writes:

Georgie our one eyed cat went missing over FOUR years ago having climbed under a neighbour’s car bonnet to avoid a heavy rain shower.

The neighbour got into the car and travelled from East Wall [Dublin 3] to a garage in Sallynoggin [Co Dublin]. A car mechanic got a shock when he opened the bonnet and the cat fled.

We drove out to the area to search for him and put up posters. We gave him little chance as only having one eye was such a disadvantage.

Yesterday we received a call from the DSPCA Rathfarnham to say he was handed in. Shook, starving and quite unwell but still with the same old attitude.

What’s the lesson? Always chip your pets…

19 thoughts on “Never Give Up

  1. Bertie Blenkinsop

    “Ah B*llix, I’m back in East Wall”
    Georgie, yesterday.

    Just kidding, glad you got him back :)

      1. My Meaty Member

        Georgie went to New York town
        where he quickly settled down
        and soon became the toast of the great white way

        Accepted by Manhattan’s elite
        in all the places that were chic
        No party was complete without George

        Along the boulevards he’d cruise
        and all the old queens blew a fuse
        Everybody loved Georgie boy

  2. Joachim Gillespie

    How do we know he wanted be found? Georgie was perfectly entitled to go missing, he didn’t break any law and none of us know what goes on behind closed doors.

  3. Colm

    What a wonderful story and result. Although after his four years in the Dun laoghaire Rathdown/Dublin 14, he’ll be all talk now about how the Three Rock girls are getting on in the hockey this year and wondering who’s got a chance in the S-cup for 2017, walking around the house checking the best before date on the rashers, writing a letter to the Irish Times complaining about dog fouling and how come there are no litter bins for cat poo.

  4. 1980s Man

    “We drove out to the area to search for him and put up posters. We gave him little chance as only having one eye was such a disadvantage.”

    He can still read the posters with one eye.

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