Haddenham

Is your tabby missing?

Home » News » Is your tabby missing?
Tabby Cat 01

A resident of Haddenham has written to the website editor with this message:

"For the last few weeks, I have fed a tabby cat, which has now moved in.

He is not chipped nor castrated but is very sweet natured. Unfortunately, my two male cats do not appreciate his presence.

Please make contact if you're missing your moggy. My telephone number is 290517.

Many thanks,
Joyce"

Please note: the image is for illustration only — it's not the actual cat in question.

For more local news, see here

popular recent storiesAlso in the news

Fingertip Pulse Oximeter_Paediatric
Haddenham Webteam: Fri 18 Jan 12:00pm

Haddenham Medical Centre has a Patient Participation Group (PPG) which seeks to play a significant role in providing helpful feedback and offering practical help and support to the practice, helping to raise standards of care locally and influencing the provision of wider health-related services via the Aylesbury Vale Clinical Commissioning Group...

Turn End 01a
Haddenham Webteam: Thu 17 Jan 12:00pm

Turn End Trust, set up to care for the house at Turn End and its listed garden in Haddenham, has announced its programme of events for 2019.The season begins with Inside/Outside — in conversation with Turn End's creator Peter Aldington (Saturday 13th April 2019). Peter, an architect and plantsman, renowned for his ethos of linking building to landscape, house to garden, inside to...

Wissam Boustany
Haddenham Webteam: Thu 17 Jan 9:00am

A chamber music concert in aid of the Haddenham Syrian Family Project will take place in St Mary's Church on Sunday 3rd March in aid of the Haddenham Syrian Family Project. The concert will begin at 7.00pmIt will feature the internationally acclaimed flautist, Wissam Boustany, with his pianist Alexander Szram alongside a line-up of distinguished artists from Haddenham including Simon Over...