A search has begun to reunite a lost 16-year-old cat with its owners.

Cats Protection have begun the search for the "mystery owner" of Daisy after she was found lost in Bungay earlier in the month.

Daisy has been taken in by Cats Protection where they found her chip. 

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The 16-year-old was registered to an address in the Plumtrees area of Lowestoft, however, the charity has not found her owner from the address.

Daisy was mysteriously found 17 miles away in Bungay, leaving the charity clueless of how she was found there.

The charity has taken to social media to appeal to the lost cat owners, reaching over 23,000 people on Facebook but has had no luck.

A spokeswoman for Cats Protection said: "Daisy is an elderly cat, we are very keen to reunite her with her owners, rather than have to try and find an alternative home for her.

"Any help that you can give us with this appeal would be greatly appreciated.  I have attached a picture of Daisy for your information."