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Fudge safe after 300-mile adventure

By Warren Wilkins 22nd November 2017

Fudge safe after 300-mile adventure
Globe-trotting Fudge with owner Parisa Jenkins

AN adventurous Newquay cat has been found after going walkabout hundreds of miles away for the second time. Seventeen-year-old Fudge Jenkins, who lives in Trebarwith Road, hitched a lift in the back of a holidaymaker’s van on October 1 and remained there undiscovered until the driver had travelled 290 miles home to St Albans. The Si...

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