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Audlem Church - the view eastwards

On Sunday, Audlem Online published a story about a missing cat. Judy said:

"Has anybody seen Magic my small black cat with a red collar, around the Heathfield Road, Hillary Drive, Church View area?

"It does have a habit of getting locked in garages or sheds and went missing early yesterday (Saturday).

"I would be grateful if people could check their garden sheds and garages please."

Unfortunately, as of last night, Judy's cat was still missing, adding to concerns about possibly being in a shed or similar. If residents in that area could check sheds, garages and even cars and vans, it would be much appreciated.

If you have any news, please telephone Judy on 811993.

 

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