By Karen Ellis - 1st September 2014 11:00pm
Can you help find our lost cat?
She's coming up to 14 years old, skinny and small, camel coloured and she's called Coco.
She's affectionate and pretty easy to recognise as she holds her fluffy tail in the air curled like a scorpion's ready to sting its prey!
She is pictured here on the right, with her brutish minder — a ginger tom call Ed.
If anyone does happen to find her, wandering in their garden or stuck in their potting shed would they give me a ring or email me please . I'm happy to pay a reward of £100.
My No is 01844 218277 or 290814 . Thank you. Karen.
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