By Webteam - 9th August 2018 6:05am
We're happy to report that GInger the cat has returned home. Owner Paul Gillot writes:
Ginger returned home overnight. Thanks for your help. We had one call as a result of your posting, Sue on Longhill Lane who left a message but no number so I couldn't thank her, regarding a dead cat that luckily for us proved not to be Ginger.
Re. website errors, we are the one-t variety of Gillots -- the two-t lot are a dreadful bunch
Ed. somehwat redundant, I realise, but photo is not of actual cat that has now safely returned home.
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