Bradmoor Farm, Rear Car Park
By Haddenham Webteam - 15th June 2015 6:00pm
This website has a very good track record for helping to find lost cats and returning them to their owners safe and sound, so we hope to be able to maintain that record.
The Haines family have lost their cat, and he's been missing since last Friday morning, 12th June. They are based up near Browns' towards the station.
His name is Elf and he is super friendly, but on occasions may be scared of people.
Contact numbers if you have any information, please: either 01844 896931 or 07834 701317.
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