Carol Kirkwood details why she was ‘loathed’ to go Michael Fish’s party: ‘Sad not knowing’

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Carol Kirkwood, 58, revealed she felt “loathed to go” to her fellow weather presenter Michael Fish’s birthday party one year and the tale as to why is rather tragic. The reluctancy stemmed from trauma, as the BBC star confessed she had been having a tough day.

We were going to Michael Fish’s birthday party that night but I was loathed to go because there was no sign of Angus

Carol Kirkwood

Appearing on Bill Turnbull’s new podcast Paws and Claws, self-confessed cat lover Carol, explained that the day she was due to celebrate her friend’s birthday was the same day her beloved cat went missing.

She told listeners the upsetting story of how Angus left and never came back.

“We looked everywhere for him, we called him and nothing,” she said, after revealing she realised something was wrong after he didn’t run out to greet her like he usually did.

“We were going to Michael Fish’s birthday party that night but I was loathed to go because there was no sign of Angus,” she admitted.

“When we came back, it was around midnight and I was out on the street with my other half shouting for him but there was no sign of him.”

Carol revealed that she started to fear the worst; that he had been hit by a car as they searched the roads near her house, but alas Angus was never found.

“He never came back,” she said sadly.

Bill knew it was going to be a sad tale and told Carol he would have prepared some sad violin music.

Carol hoped that he moved in with another family and is living happily ever after, although heartbroken she will never know what really happened to him.

“It’s just sad not knowing what happened to him,” she sighed.

Bill hoped that one day his pal would be reunited with missing Angus and the notion got her all emotional.

“I’d be very happy,” she exclaimed, as slight sniffing could be heard as she appeared to be sobbing.

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“Thank you Billy that’s very kind of you!”

As the pair continued to chat about their love for pets, Bill mused: “It’s a bit of a cruelty we place on pets sometimes that we leave them in solitary confinement pretty much, for large portions of their life.”

Carol replied: “Yes, that’s a good point. When Donald and Angus moved in with us, it was like the M25. Because they would zoom right past you and zoom in the other direction.

“They were always playing and they were always grooming each other as well.”

She continued: “Then when Angus went missing, Donald was distraught and he would come in and miaow all over the place.”

“Until one day, I guess he thought, ‘Hang on a minute? I’m the kingpin now,'” she giggled, revealing her feline companion eventually had a change of heart.

“He kind of relaxed into himself and took over and is the young man that he is today.”

BBC Breakfast airs daily on BBC One at 6am.

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