Georgia also shared an exciting update to her Instagram Stories writing: "SHE'S HOME!!!"
"After nearly 24 excruciating hours, our baby girl is home. A very kind neighbour found her a few streets away and brought her in and the power of social media meant he found out who she was and was able to contact us.
"Thank you to everyone for sharing. Now to weld shut all windows and doors, none of us are ever leaving the house again."
Many of Georgia's friends and followers spread word on social media that Pawdrey was missing, including 2020 Bachelor winner Irena Srbinovska.
The reality star, who also hails from Melbourne, re-posted Georgia's missing cat poster to her Instagram Stories.
"My Richmond friends please keep a lookout for Pawdrey," Irena captioned her post.
Pawdrey's official Instagram account was also flooded with messages from people sharing advice.
"She's probably hiding somewhere. Put her litter out and some food and look in every place, cats can get into small places, I hope she comes home soon!" one person wrote.
"Sometimes cats go ‘wandering’ - it is actually a natural thing... She will come home. True and have faith and hope. 🙏🏼 i had 2 x Siamese and they both did the same thing... they returned. I hope she is safe and well," another Pawdrey fan penned.
Pawdrey turned six in March and Georgia has affectionately called her cat "the first love of my life."
To mark Pawdrey's fifth birthday, the former Bachelorette shared a selection of photos dedicated to her "abnormally long-whiskered, floof-toed, fur-bellied grumpy cat".
"Lee thinks I’m joking when I say I could never love him as much as I love you but we know the truth," she joked at the time.
On her and Pawdrey's fifth anniversary, Georgia also remarked that she wasn't sure she could ever love a human child as much as her beloved cat.
"Legit don’t know how I could ever love an actual human spawn as much as I love this cat and I know that categorises me as an official crazy cat lady but I don’t care coz it’s TRUE! Plus she doesn’t need homeschooling."
Pawdrey going missing came just weeks after Georgia and Lee's lavish Tasmania wedding.
The couple tied the knot at Frogmore Creek Winery- a destination wedding despite their original plans of an Italian wedding being dashed by the coronavirus travel restrictions.
Bride Georgia wore two gowns on her the big day, created by Jason Grech, who also dressed her for her first ever Bachelorette cocktail party when she met her husband-to-be.