Cat found in Edinburgh Burger King

The missing cat was found in the car park of a Burger King. Picture; contributed
The missing cat was found in the car park of a Burger King. Picture; contributed
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The Scottish SPCA is seeking to rehome a black cat found at a Burger King in South Queensferry.

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Scotland’s animal welfare charity was alerted by a member of the public who was concerned the cat might be hit by a car.

The cat, who has been named Jessie, is now in the care of the Scottish SPCA’s animal rescue and rehoming centre in Edinburgh.

Assistant centre manager Kenny Sharpe said, “She came into our care late on Monday 20 February after being found roaming the Burger King car park.

“We believe she’s an indoor cat who’s gotten lost as she is very friendly, albeit a bit nervous in her new surroundings.

“She’s in good condition – we think she’s been snacking away on discarded meals – however does have some alopecia on both ears.

“We’re hoping to reunite her with her rightful owner. However, if no one comes forward for Jessie we’ll start looking to find her a suitable new home.”

Anyone who recognises Jessie is being urged to contact the Scottish SPCA’s animal helpline on 03000 999 999.