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I’d like to thank the family or families who home, shelter, feed, groom, or in any way care for our neighborhood cat. Those who live in the Watson Avenue-Maple Avenue area probably know Haddie. She is mostly white with some pale calico coloring. She’s very unsure of strangers and will bolt if they try to approach. Haddie belonged to my next-door neighbors before they moved and rehomed her, so now she stops by to visit, chat, and mooch snacks.
I would enjoy talking with anyone who cares for Haddie in any way, especially if she was rehomed with them. She seems to have a pattern she follows. I can be reached at 203-843-7497.