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We have been contacted by a local resident on the High Street to enquire whether anyone has lost a cat...

...he appears to be very slow....but has been fed and watered to keep him comfortable for now...

Responses to this article

Gemma Droughton
Tiger is my in-laws' cat — he's getting on in years (approaching 19 if my sums are correct), but likes to keep an eye on the neighbourhood! They're not on Facebook but I'll let them know he's found fame at last!

Susie Connolly
Tiger has arrived home safe and sound with his owners as if nothing had happened!

Rachael Lloyd
Reference the "lost cat" found in High Street, he is an elderly gentleman & is currently at his real home, safe & well looked after. Thank you to whoever fed & watered him.

Ed: Good to report a happy ending. Thanks to those you responded to the article.

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