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Please help to find ‘Lola’

Deborah Ann Lowe of Enderby is distraught after finding her cat ‘Lola’ missing from No.8 Cross Street.

missing cat 1

She asks if people would be kind enough to check their sheds etc.

The cat is a small tortoiseshell and is chipped, but is not wearing a collar.

Deborah can be contacted on mobile number 07841703538.

missing cat 2



Do you recognise Missy?

MissyMissy, a Staffie cross female, was found in the Narborough/Enderby area on Thursday 6 June.

She is microchipped, but unfortunately this isn’t up to date.

She has a number of tumours so clearly suffering with cancer, but despite this she is a very friendly girl.

If she is a genuine stray we are appealing for an owner as it is awful to think of her spending her last days in a kennel.

Environmental Health at Blaby District Council are keen to ensure this isn’t a case of abandonment because of Missy’s health issues and therefore they would also appeal for anyone who knows the dog or who may know who has left the dog to contact them in confidence.

Call 0116 272 7555 or 07823 533 290, Email env.health@blaby.gov.uk

Thank you.

See also: EYE News Item 20/06/14  » Dog wardens alarmed at rise in “owned” dogs handed in


Concern for missing Braunstone man – Joszef Pfeiffer

Joszef Pfeiffer

Jozsef Pfeiffer, of Frankson Avenue in Braunstone, was last seen by friends at his home sometime between 8am and 5pm on Thursday July 21.

He was reported missing the following day in the early hours of the morning.

Jozsef arrived in the UK approximately two weeks ago and police are growing increasingly concerned for his welfare as his knowledge of Leicester is very limited and he only has a small number of contacts.

He also speaks very little, if any, English and does not have any money or a phone with him.

Jozsef is described as being white, approximately 5’5” tall, of slim build with short, dark brown hair.

When he left the house he was clean shaven and was wearing a green t-shirt and grey trousers.

Inspector Jon Brown, the LPU Commander for Blaby, said:

“We have been carrying out a number of enquiries since Jozsef went missing and will be issuing posters in the Braunstone and city areas in the hope that someone will recognise him and get in touch.

“I would like to appeal directly to Jozsef to make contact with us or his friends to let us know he is okay.”

If you have any information about the disappearance of Jozsef then please contact police on 0116 222 22 22 and refer to incident number LEP-220711-0004.