Naomi Pilling tells us that, thanks to everyone rallying around after the public appeal, Seska was found and returned.
Unfortunately a vet's X-rays have shown that she has a broken leg that can't be fixed so they are going to amputate.
She also has a fractured pelvis which will hopefully fix itself. They don't know what caused the break, but it probably happened when she first went missing 2 weeks ago.
Naomi said: "We have had such a lovely response from Tewkesbury people wishing her luck - here's hoping her 6 week recovery goes smoothly."
PEOPLE are being asked to check garages and sheds for a missing black cat.
Eighteen-month-old Seska was last seen in Hazel Avenue, Walton Cardiff in Tewkesbury on Sunday, July 27.
She is described as all black, quite small for her age and is not mico-chipped or wearing a collar.
Anyone with information should contact owner Naomi Pilling on 07808 724151 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.