Grave concern for ballast cat

Tigger, a cream ballast cat was last seen sitting on Mums grave in Littlehampton cemetery.

Hes only been with her a month and seeed very happy from his grin, and settled into his job of watching over her.
She so loved her cats. My sister, brother and myself hope whoever has acquired Tigger enjoys his company in either their home or garden
Susan, Julie and John Covey
Beacon Way
Littlehampton SUS-160916-094604001
Tigger, a cream ballast cat was last seen sitting on Mums grave in Littlehampton cemetery. Hes only been with her a month and seeed very happy from his grin, and settled into his job of watching over her. She so loved her cats. My sister, brother and myself hope whoever has acquired Tigger enjoys his company in either their home or garden Susan, Julie and John Covey Beacon Way Littlehampton SUS-160916-094604001

Tigger, a cream ballast cat was last seen sitting on Mum’s grave in Littlehampton cemetery.

He’s only been with her a month and seemed very happy from his grin, and settled into his job of watching over her.

She so loved her cats. My sister, brother and myself hope whoever has ‘acquired’ Tigger enjoys his company in either their home or garden

Susan, Julie and John Covey

Beacon Way

Littlehampton

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