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09:03 18 February 2014

Mojo went missing during the storms

Mojo went missing during the storms

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A missing moggy who is “just like Bagpuss” is being sought by his desperate owner.

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Popular Persian cat Mojo, 12, who has 460 Instagram followers from around the world, disappeared from owner Emma Jenkin’s back garden during Wednesday’s wild weather - and hasn’t been seen since.

“I’m so worried and really miss him,” said Emma, of Canbeera Close, Elm Park. “He normally goes out and has a little sniff around the garden but something must have spooked him, maybe the wind, and he ran off.

“He’s just like Bagpuss; he’s so sweet, lovely and cuddly.”

Emma adopted the elderly microchipped cat, who needs medication and is thought to have been developing an ulcer on one of his eyes, when his original owner went into a care home three years ago.

Emma and Mojo. Sadly, the cat was banned from the ceremony Emma and Mojo. Sadly, the cat was banned from the ceremony

Emma, a Romford PDSA vet nurse, has been smitten with the semi-moustachioed animal ever since.

“I love him,” said the 31-year-old. “He would have come to my wedding in July but my husband banned him.”

Have you seen Mojo? Get in touch with Jane Ball on 020 8477 3878.

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