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UPDATE: Wednesday 8th June

Charlie has returned home, safe and well — if a little leaner!

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We have not seen our cat 'Charlie' for 4 days now. We live on Wykeham Gate, but he may have wandered much further.

He is quite a timid and skinny tabby, and does not wear a collar. As he does not usually leave the house for long periods of time, we think he may have got trapped in someone's garage/house/shed. Please could people look in these places as we are very worried.

Although he is quite shy, he will come to you if it sounds like you're shaking a bag of cat treats

If anybody finds him, please could you call 07765771447 or 01844299276. There will be a £50 reward.

Thank you.

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