Missing Mr Muk: Owner claims her cuddly Canonbury cat was ‘stolen’

PUBLISHED: 07:20 24 August 2018 | UPDATED: 08:27 26 September 2018

Mr Muk is still missing and his owner says he was 'stolen' from her home. Picture: Izabela Mnich

Mr Muk is still missing and his owner says he was 'stolen' from her home. Picture: Izabela Mnich


A Canonbury cat was last seen in the arms of an unknown man on July 30, according to his concerned owner.

Mr Muk is a ginger siberian cat who was reportedly stolen from his home in Petherton Road at 8.30pm last month.

His owner, Izabela Minch, claims her “beloved cat Mr Muk has been stolen” and is urging members of the public to help her track him down.

Mr Muk is a microchipped, neutered male, with ‘a weird lip’ caused by a missing tooth on the upper right side of his mouth.

He looks large in size due to his fluffy ginger coat, and members of the public to encouraged to approach him because he is good natured.

Izabella says Mr Muk vanished once before, only to pop up in Stevenage, Hertfordshire, a few months later.

Please contact Izabela on 07983779294 if you spot missing Mr Muk.

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