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Autistic Son’s Missing Cat Causes Him To Have A Panic Attack.

A mother has appealed for help to find her missing cat after it caused her son to suffer a panic attack. Keeley Richards, of Marden Road, in Frindsbury near Strood, said that the family cat ‘Ranger’ failed to return home last Sunday

A mother has appealed for help to find her missing cat after it caused her son to suffer a panic attack. Keeley Richards, of Marden Road, in Frindsbury near Strood, said that the family cat’Ranger’ failed to return home last Sunday.

The pet is a companion to Keeley’s 12-year old son Liam who has autism.

Ranger is not too keen on ‘blue people’

Keeley said: “He chose him, he feeds him, he’s his safety net, he’s his baby. He’s the only person he does anything for. Liam had a panic attack in the people’s house last night as he didn’t know they had lost him. He is really reliant on him “

Keeley was later informed that a family in Albany Road, Gillingham had taken the cat in and were looking after him. When she and Liam turned up to collect Ranger, he had once again gone missing.

Keeley told us “I’m appealing for the local community in Gillingham to search for my children’s cat Ranger. My autistic son Liam aged 12 is desperately missing him and suffering panic attacks. My other son Rhys desperately misses him too, as does Rangers sister Daisy.
Ranger is missing from his loving home in Marden Road, Frindsbury and we think he was mistakenly taken to Albany Road in Gillingham. We need him back. Please help Rescue Ranger”.

If anyone has seen Ranger or has any information, contact Keeley Richards on 07980 281592, or email Keeleycurrie@hotmail.com

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