Getting Billy home

We were called by a concerned member of staff from Cobtree Manor Golf Club as he had seen a black cat hanging around the golf course and in particular a set of containers. Two of our volunteers went to chip check.

This puss was chipped, he was called Billy. We immediately rang the number on Billy’s chip and spoke to his owner Sandra. She explained that Billy had been missing for 8 weeks and that she lived in Allington. We were worried as to how Billy was so far from home. Sandra explained that she was on her way to Canterbury and as she slowed down at Junction 6 of the M20 she heard a thud and saw a black flash from her mirror. She was unsure what this was but had an inclination that it may have been Billy.

When she arrived home this is when it was confirmed as Billy wasn’t there. Billy had wandered onto the golf course and had made himself at home by some containers that were next to the kitchen.

The following day we put a trap down to catch Billy. The food he was used to at the Golf Course was smoked salmon and sausages so of course that was what we put in the trap. That afternoon Billy went in the trap and was caught.

We called Sandra who was over the moon and arranged to take Billy home.

Stay safe gorgeous boy no more travelling under cars please xx

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