March woman desperately trying to track down missing kitten

13:23 08 April 2014

Boots.

Boots.

Archant

A woman is desperate to be reunited with her kitten.

Boots went missing from Kelly Amps home on Gaul Road, March, on March 30.

The four month old is black with a bit of white fur underneath her chin.

Ms Amps said: “She escaped from the house and is not supposed to be outside so I’m very concerned for her.”

If you have any information about Boots call 07834 281202

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