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Cat that lived in hospital has gone missing from new home
3:58pm Tuesday 1st April 2014 in News
A CAT with character who used to live at Evesham Community Hospital has gone missing after being re-homed.
Chunky the black and white cat was once a firm resident at the hospital in Evesham, going between wards.
After health and safety concerns he was given a new home by an Evesham nurse at her house in Holloway in Pershore, but on Tuesday, March 25, he went missing from his new home.
"He has been with us for four weeks," said Nicola Harley, who rehomed Chunky. "He is a bit of a character and is very friendly. All the staff and patients loved him.
"We are quite eager to find him. Everybody is worried about him. We are worried he may be trying to go back to Evesham or maybe he found a new home."
If anyone finds Chunky, who is microchipped, they should call Nicola Harley on 07842237118.
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