St Bega’s pupils make posters in bid to find classmates’ missing cat

Sisters Mattie-Mae and Macie(right) pictured with a poster made at their school to find their missing cat Theo.

Sisters Mattie-Mae and Macie(right) pictured with a poster made at their school to find their missing cat Theo.

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SCHOOLCHILDREN got arty to help unite their classmates with their pet cat who has not been seen for more than a week.

Macie-Jay Owen, six and four-year-old sister Mattie-Mae have been left “devastated” after Theo the cat didn’t come home.

Missing cat Theo.

Missing cat Theo.

The youngsters and their classmates at St Bega’s Primary School, in Hartlepool, have been busy making posters asking people to keep an eye out for the grey tabby.

Their mum, Kirsty Din, 26, a retail worker from West View Road, said: “They won’t sleep or anything since Theo failed to come home last Friday night.

“We have had all the children from Miss Railton’s class making posters and the kids have helped us stick posters up around the area.”

Theo has a white chest with black and grey markings and was wearing a blue collar.

Kirsty, whose partner is council worker Kai Michael Owen, 25, said she had reported the missing pet to the police and vets.

Anyone who spots Theo can call Kirsty on 07703 058149.