Getting Jimin Home

We received a report about a deceased cat along Railway Street in Gillingham, we attended as soon as we could. Initially we couldn’t find the cat but did a u-turn in an adjacent road and saw someone had moved the cat behind an electric box safely out of the way.

We checked for a chip and he was chipped, his name was Jimin. We managed to find his owners who only lived a few metres down the road.

Rest in paws heaven little darling boy xxx

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Posted in Paws In Heaven, Reunited

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