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Kitten Missing

If anyone has seen this kitten please contact me at the House of Commons. There is a reward for its return.

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(note that people are welcome to republish this picture of Beauty on the basis that they are aiming to get her returned.)

Comments

stuart said…
What happened to the cat?
Unknown said…
This is awful news! Who could do this? Let's hope it is ok! Was it neglected and ran off? Or do you think someone or something has taken it?
calspost said…
How old is the kitten and is she microchipped?
Becky said…
Hi John, I now work for the Prisoners' Families and Friends Service so in the event that Christine gets sent down do get in touch!! Cute kitten by the way!

Becky
This poor little cat was rescued for a better life along with her mother and 3 siblings, how could a human do this to a defenceless little kitten???.... it was never the kittens fault... and why do such an evil thing to poor Isobell and Twinkle xxx we are near the end of season so hopefully poor little Beauty wont be caught by other un-neutered males, I hope and pray that somebody comes across her and brings her home to her destrought family xx Jo AND I HOPE JUSTICE IS DONE, THOUGH THE ONLY JUSTICE WILL BE OF THE POOR LITTLE MIIES SAFE RETURN

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