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Have you seen missing Bradwell cats?

PUBLISHED: 12:19 24 March 2018 | UPDATED: 12:39 24 March 2018

A Twinkie missing poster. Picture supplied.

A Twinkie missing poster. Picture supplied.

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The owners of two missing cats in Bradwell are appealing for help in finding their beloved pets.

Twinkle was last seen in October at her home in El Alamein Way.

Twinkle is light ginger with dark ginger stripes, has a white patch on her chest and white on the bottom lower part of her mouth. She has been neutered but isn’t chipped or wearing a collar. She is also a very nervous cat and would therefore be very frightened so highly unlikely to be approachable.

Her owners Anne and David are offering a reward. Anyone with information can call them on call 0776 6883159.

The other missing cat is Sirius, a black cat who has been missing from his Mill Lane home since December 9.

He is black with a brown belly in the light, has a tiny triangular nick to his left ear (barely visible) and a line of grey around where a collar would be. He is a large cat and will not look like a stray. Call Nettie on 07769188594 if you see or think you may be feeding him.

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