By Webteam - 3rd September 2015 1:20pm
A couple of hours after publishing this appeal, AudlemOnline received the following
Just to let you know that Simba was found safe and well shut inside a neighbour's property. My sincere thanks to my neighbour and all who may have checked their sheds etc. I have suggested to my wife that kids are far less trouble and we should have more of them instead of cats.
For some reason she hit me...............
Our three year old tabby Simba did not return from his usual evening 'cross-country' trip last night.
We would really appreciate if anyone in the Moorsfield Avenue area could have a quick look in their sheds or outbuildings in case he's trapped somewhere. He regularly ventured down towards the old railway line.
Ian and Val Evans
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