Who owns mystery cat?
AN appeal has been issued to re-unite an elderly stray cat with its mystery owner.The grey tabby was brought to RSPCA East Winch Wildlife Centre on Monday last week.
AN appeal has been issued to re-unite an elderly stray cat with its mystery owner.
The grey tabby was brought to RSPCA East Winch Wildlife Centre on Monday last week.
He is an older cat, healthy, a little thin and very friendly.
Wildlife centre manager Alison Charles said: "We do not take in domestic animals at East Winch, just wild animals and birds. “However, a member of staff is caring for this cat for the time being as we are sure he must have an owner out there who is missing him."
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Anyone who knows who the cat belongs to should contact 0300 123 0709. To report a sick, injured, abandoned or cruelly treated animal call 0300 1234 999.
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