Posted: Tue 21st Nov 2017

Updated: Sat 30th Dec

‘Disco’ the cat found hiding in VIP section of Wrexham nightclub! for people living in or visiting the wrexham area
This article is old - Published: Tuesday, Nov 21st, 2017

A young cat has proved she is one special VIP – a very important pussycat – after being found hiding in a Wrexham nightclub!

Staff at Atik nightclub on Brook Street were surprised when they discovered the young cat underneath the seats of the VIP area.

The staff first spotted the cat – nicknamed Disco – on Monday 13th November and had made several attempts to catch her but had been unable to. A call was then made to RSPCA Cymru for assistance ahead of the nightclub opening last Friday.

It is thought Disco could be aged anything between six months and two years old.

RSPCA inspector Kia Thomas said: “She was very timid but once animal collection officer (ACO) Ann Lloyd Williams placed a trap down she was caught safely that evening. Disco must have been enjoying her stay in the VIP area.

“A member of staff kindly took Disco home for the night and we collected her first thing the next morning. We took her to the vets where she was checked over and she is healthy and wasn’t injured.”

RSPCA Cymru is now appealing to the public for information to see if she belongs to anyone.

Inspector Thomas added: “She might have become lost and her owners could be frantically looking for her or she could have been a stray. If an owner is not found she will be available for rehoming in the near future.

“If anyone has any information please could they call us on the RSPCA’s inspectorate appeal line on 0300 123 8018.”

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