Sidmouth's spate of missing moggies
A SIDMOUTH woman s bid to re-unite a missing cat with its owners has revealed a sad spate of missing moggies in the town.
A SIDMOUTH woman's bid to re-unite a missing cat with its owners has revealed a sad spate of missing moggies in the town.
Bowd Court resident Inez Dann appealed to Herald readers this month after a "well-fed" black cat climbed through her window.
By Monday last week, Mrs Dann had received twenty phone-calls from distraught residents, hoping the cat was their missing pet. Some callers said their cat had been missing for six months.
"It's shocking," said Mrs Dann, "I've had callers from Stowford Rise to the Salcombe Cliffs."
The Cats Protection League this week vowed to help Mrs Dann identify the cat in an attempt to return it home.
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