CAT wrote this card to her grandfather on Father’s Day.

Search is on in Terrace, B.C. for owner of Father’s Day card

Card from Cat was left behind at Northern Motor Inn on June 18

SOMEWHERE in the Terrace area is a grandfather missing a Father’s Day card given to him by a grand daugher named Cat.

The card was found in the dining room of The Northern Motor Inn Father’s Day, June 18.

Fortunately it was then turned in to the facility’s front desk where it was placed in the lost and found.

“It’s a pretty touching note, that someone is always there for her,” said Northern Motor Inn front desk manager Siohban Aloisio of the message the card contains.

“It would be so it would be nice to have that card go to its owner,” she said.

The phone number of the Northern Motor Inn is 250-635-6375.

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