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By Haddenham Webteam - 26th October 2013 9:40am
My beautifull male tabby cat went missing on monday 21st October. His name is Rex and is wearing a light blue sparkly collar. He is much loved, especially by our young son.
We live in the new houses by the train station but he may have wondered further afield.
We are willing to give a £100 reward if found. Please call Emma on 01844 291 694 if you have seen him.
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