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Houdini cat prompts plea from distraught family
A CAT has done a Houdini act by escaping from a cattery, prompting pleas from the distraught owners to help find her.
Felix, a rescue cat, aged about five, managed to wiggle out of not one but two cages at Raynhill cattery in Hammersley Lane, High Wycombe, and then jump the seven foot fence.
The small tabby tortoiseshell escaped between 11pm last night and 7am this morning.
Zoe Hart, a housewife, from Daws Hill, said her children Adam, ten and Isabel, nine, were devastated when they went to pick up their pet this morning.
She said: "She's done a bit of a Houdini job, jumped up to the top of the cage, pulled the wood off so she can jump into the main corridor and then she's jumped over the fence to get out of the cattery.
"They went to feed her this morning and discovered she had gone. The kids burst out in tears when they found out.
"They are distraught, so is the cattery owner and we're all worried."
It appears Felix must have jumped into wheatfields behind Raynhill cattery, which confirmed the escape.
If you spot Felix and think you can help the family find her then contact the BFP and we will pass on your message to Zoe.
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