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By Haddenham Webteam - 27th December 2013 11:45pm
Happy Update: Missing cat now found!
Thank you to everyone who was able to offer help and support:
Neil & Jane are appealing for information about their lost cat Molly, who went AWOL at about 2pm on Christmas Eve.
Molly is nearly 15 years old and is a much loved family pet. She has quite distinctive tortoiseshell fur with a white tummy, white socks and nose. Molly is a very loving and friendly cat and will happily be petted (even by small children) and is therefore being missed by us all at the moment. She does not wear a collar but is micro-chipped.
"We last saw her on Christmas Eve at about 2pm near home in Wykeham Way. Some neighbours have since told us that she may have followed them into Townside and down South End and that she may have even made it as far as St. Mary's Church in time for the crib service at 3pm!
Molly does not normally wander far and we are concerned that she has lost her bearings and cannot find her way home.
We would greatly appreciate any news about her whereabouts on 07552 371096 or via the vet if that's easier."
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