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102 days ago

missing cat

Derek from Merrilands

Hi. I'm asking everyone who lives near Summerset Retirement Village in Fernbrook Drive, Vogeltown to please go and look around their properties and in sheds etc as my 85 year old mother is really distraught as her beloved cat Tigger has been missing since Thursday. He is a dark Tabby - long and thin, about 7 years old. Please Please look out for him. As we are in lock down I am finding this really hard, not to be able to go and see mum. Tigger is her beloved Companion. Please share this and if you know of anyone who lives near there please ask them to look for him. Phone 0277597021 if you have seen him. Thanks

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