Local resident pleased with community support

Marietjie Neumann cuddles her cat after they were reunited. Photo: Supplied.


Strubens Valley resident, Marietjie Neumann, is very grateful for the support she received from the community after she had been stressing about her missing cat.

Mia, the black and white cat, went missing from its home on Wednesday, 6 September.

A very worried Marietjie searched all over, eventually deciding to raise awareness on social media about the lost cat.

Mia’s owner Marietjie Neumann is grateful to have her back. Photo: Supplied.

A few days went by, with the ever-hopeful Marietjie still searching, and appealing to locals to spread the message.

On Sunday, 10 September, a resident spotted the cat helplessly stuck in a tree on their premises. “A little girl saw Mia in the tree at her home and insisted that her mother find the owner,” said Marietjie.

She added that a few community members came out to assist in bringing the cat to the ground and she was later reunited with her four-legged friend.

Marietjie has offered her thanks to the community and plans to reward those who played a part in locating Mia.

Do you perhaps have more information pertaining to this story? Email us at northsider@caxton.co.za  (remember to include your contact details) or phone us on 011 955 1130.

For free daily local news on the West Rand, also visit our sister newspaper websites 

Roodepoort Record

Randfontein Herald

Krugersdorp News 

Get It Joburg West Magazine

Siso Naile

Latest News

Next Story x
Plea for books lands in the right hands

Thanx for your referral. We have no doubt your friends will love our newsletter as much as you!

Don't forget to verify your email.

to our FREE newsletter
SUBSCRIBE to our FREE newsletter.

SELECT your titles:

Alex News
City Buzz
Fourways Review
Joburg East Express
Midrand Reporter
North Eastern Tribune
Northcliff Melville Times
Randburg Sun
Roodepoort Northsider
Rosebank Killarney Gazette
Sandton Chronicle

Your details:

Your friends: