In her court papers Mrs Macdonald said she was heartbroken, could not sleep well and has other health problems which she believed were because of the stress of losing the cat. Stornoway women's row over cat headed for court Published duration 12 October image captionA sheriff will be asked to decide who should own the black and white cat A row between two women over a cat is to be heard in court so a sheriff can decide who should own the pet.
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However, on the evening of 31 August, the animal went tSornoway. Alleged row Mrs Macdonald said the cat had been a comfort to her and her husband Neilson, a former marine engineer who is disabled. Need someone now Oregon, Newton Abbot.
But Parfner Macdonald has lodged papers at Stornoway Sheriff Court claiming she found the cat and looked after him until he again went missing in August. The officers offered words of advice but took no further action.
An SSPCA officer left the cat in Mrs Macdonald's care until the owner could be traced but he later forgot he placed the pet temporarily with the woman, said Ms Dempster. The next day Mrs Macdonald organised searches with friends and again appealed on local radio for his return. Nicola Dempster said she bought the cat and had him for six months before he went missing in March this year. In papers lodged at the court, Mrs Esx said the cat, which she calls Oscar, turned up at her house on 6 March this seekinv and was thin and hungry.
She said Smudge was known for wandering beyond his home patch.
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The case is due to be partnef next month. Ms Dempster told BBC Scotland that she bought the cat, which she calls Smudge, on 22 September and has receipts from the pet shop where he was bought and also the bills from two visits to a vets for inoculations. After finding him in August, she noticed he had been cared for and had sought to thank the person who had looked seeoing him.
Seeoing friend then told her that Ms Dempster had written on social networking site Facebook that she had found her long-lost cat Smudge nearby and was thanking whoever had looked after it. She said she tried to trace its owner through appeals on local radio, in a newspaper and in supermarket notices, but no-one came forward.
Mrs Macdonald said she had looked after the cat longer than Ms Dempster and had demonstrated she could look after him better. Both women live in Stornoway on Lewis.
He went missing in March this year and Ms Dempster had found him again in August on her way home from work. Mrs Macdonald said in the court papers that she went to Ms Dempster's home to ask for the cat back but there was then an alleged row which resulted in the police being called.
In court papers, Mrs Macdonald said she had demonstrated she could look after him better than Ms Dempster. She said: "Since then, Smudge has stayed happily with us.
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