Help us find this little lost cat

MY mother and I were astonished to read Mrs Cox s account of events surrounding the disappearance of their black cat (Letters, February 17). This is the true account of our involvement. The cat appeared at my mum s back door one cold night, very hungry.

MY mother and I were astonished to read Mrs Cox's account of events surrounding the disappearance of their black cat (Letters, February 17).

This is the true account of our involvement.

The cat appeared at my mum's back door one cold night, very hungry. It had a red collar on but no ID. My mum gave it some food which seemed to console it. It would come and go as it pleased and my mum assumed it was lost, didn't encourage it and hoped it would go home.

She had no idea it belonged to someone across the road.


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Both myself and my mum made enquiries to trace an owner.

My mum continued to feed the cat on and off as it required for a few weeks, but only discovered it belonged to the Cox family when she saw Mr Cox posting leaflets through neighbours' doors.

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She told him she knew about it although by then she hadn't seen the cat for four days.

We did our upmost to help this animal in need and to state I didn't approve of it living in a home with dogs, that is ludicrous.

If anybody knows anything about the whereabouts of this little cat, please would they come forward?

M WALKER

Weston Court

Eaton Ford

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