High Street, behind Methodist Church
Conference Room, HVH
By Ruth Harman - 9th August 2016 10:45am
Anyone looking for a ginger cat?
We found it under the spare bed this morning after being away for the weekend (Sheerstock).
Apparently it let itself into the house over the weekend too, as my dad let it out when he came to feed our cat yesterday.
Almost identical to our own ginger cat — it took dad ages to work out it wasn't ours!
Obviously very confused if it's come in twice in the same weekend. Not sure if it's a boy or girl I'm afraid, it was too frightened. We let out first thing this morning, so hopefully found its way home.
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