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Tiddles missing from East End home since New Year’s Eve

PUBLISHED: 17:59 08 January 2010 | UPDATED: 15:27 05 October 2010

Tiddles... vanished on December 31

Tiddles... vanished on December 31

NEIGHBOURS are searching for Tiddles the tomcat which has been missing from his home in London’s East End since New Year’s Eve. His housemate Oscar the Tabby misses him and has been moping for days

By Mike Brooke

NEIGHBOURS are searching for Tiddles the tomcat which has been reported missing from his home in London’s East End since New Year’s Eve.

His housemate Oscar the Tabby misses him and has been moping around their home in Bethnal Green for days.

Now owner Charlotte Gillespie, 25, is offering a reward to anyone finding Tiddles.

“He’s quite a nervous cat and doesn’t really warm to people unless he knows them first,” Charlotte told the East London Advertiser tonight.

“He just went out in the morning as usual, but didn’t return. I just want him back, or at least to know what’s happened to him. It’s a mystery.”

Her neighbours along Old Ford Road have been looking out for Tiddles, but he’s been gone more than a week without trace.

Tiddles is an eight-year-old ginger and white domestic Shorthaired Tom Cat which has been microchipped for identity.

Charlotte and husband Craig, 28, can be contacted by phone on 07590-478822 if anyone finds him.


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