Love Island star devastated as cat is brutally run over and left to die in street | The Sun

LOVE Island favourite Georgia Townend has been left heartbroken following the death of her cat.

The 29-year-old star revealed her beloved Betty had tragically been run over and left for dead in the street.

Sharing a touching video of the friendly feline, Georgia lashed out at the driver before paying tribute.

She wrote:  “To the absolute c**t who ran over Betty and left her to die in the middle of the street this morning I hope you have the life you deserve.

“She was completely audacious, let herself into anyones house with a door or window slightly ajar, at your feet without fail every time a yoghurt pot was opened, and refused to drink water unless it was out of a glass 🤦🏼‍♀️

“She kept me company, through some of the worst years of my life, and made my heart swell even on the darkest of days. Life won't be the same without you. Love you Betty 💔💔💔.”

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Georgia jokingly added: “P.S you better get a job up there b**ch, you owe me for your pet insurance which went out of my account 3 days ago 🙃.”

She later thanked all her fans for their support and admitted she had been in tears all day.

Posting a snap of herself with tears streaming down her face today, she said the grief felt worse today.

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Georgia briefly entered the villa last year and tried to form a connection with Hugo Hammond.

Her short lived stint catapulted her to fame and she has a legion of fans who love her down to earth honesty.

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