By Haddenham Webteam - 3rd October 2014 8:43am
Lucy Birchall writes:
I've moved house from Southend to Anxey Way and it seems one of my cats hasn't quite got his head around it.
He's been back to the old house twice but, this time gone for 3 days and neither house have sighted him.
He's a beautiful tabby, with a red collar called Kuma.
He would have to cross the Thame Road and down a few others and I worry he may have been run down and removed by someone, as the village is so tidy.
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