33 days ago

re: regular visitor

Sally from Nawton

Hello everyone,
I put up a notice of a cat that comes around to my place and enquring the owner. I have to complaint about it visiting and it has become a daily routine now for this cat/kitten.
I am very sure he is someone kitten /cat. Just wondering why he is coming over very day usually in the evening. He will be standing outside the sliding door of of dinning room which attracted my cats.
He will eat the biscuits which I gave him. I am sure his owner had feed him unless not in the evening.
May I know who the owner please? I dont want to adopt him as I have 2 cats which are both indoor cats.
The visitor is back, Managed to take a picture of it front view.It look like a santa claus especially with the white hair inder the neck and partially of the chest ( Latest)13/11/19
Regards
Sally

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