The Scottish SPCA are appealing for the owner of a cat that hitched a ride from Liverpool to Kilmarnock
Scotland’s animal welfare charity was alerted to the discovery of the cat after she hopped out the back of the lorry at a garage in Kilmarnock.
Animal Rescue Officer Sheena MacTaggart said, “Billy from ATS Garage gave me a call to say that a cat had stowed away on a delivery truck that had just arrived.
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“When I arrived at the garage the team had very kindly given her the run of the office to keep her safe and out of harm’s way.
“After a bit of digging about we found that the vehicle she’d arrived in had come non-stop from Liverpool. As she’s not microchipped we have no
way of contacting her owners, but we’re sure someone is missing her!
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“We’ve called her Laurie for the time being as a nod to her long trip from home, and she’s currently being looked after at our Glasgow Animal Rescue and Rehoming Centre.
“It’s not every day that I get a call like this, but I hope it can end on a happy note and we can get her back home.”
Anyone who recognises Laurie is being urged to contact the Scottish SPCA’s animal helpline on 03000 999 999.