Wayward cat’s wanderings has resident wondering

I wonder where the cat is now? I was very upset to see the cat’s picture in the paper.

To the Editor:

The cat in the Review, (page9, Nov.15 issue) found on Thursday, November 8 was found by me on Tuesday, November 6 in the Valu Plus parking lot adjacent to Valley First Credit Union. The cat seemed very relieved to have been “found”.

I put it in my vehicle and took it home.  I put up notices in town on Wednesday and the owners and their two dogs picked it up late Wednesday afternoon. They told me the cat had been given to them by a friend a day or two before and I suggested it be kept inside for two weeks to adjust to its new home.

To get where I found it, the cat had to cross both Seventh Avenue and Seventh Street.

I wonder where the cat is now? I was very upset to see the cat’s picture in the paper.

Michelle Bishop, Keremeos


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