'Leave Lilly alone' plea

PUBLISHED: 09:56 28 July 2009 | UPDATED: 23:54 15 June 2010

A CAT called Lilly is causing a headache for Cats Protection volunteers in Honiton. Members of the public keep mistaking the 19-year-old moggy as a stray and handing her into the the charity s High Street shop.

A CAT called Lilly is causing a headache for Cats Protection volunteers in Honiton.

Members of the public keep mistaking the 19-year-old moggy as a stray and handing her into the the charity's High Street shop.

In fact, Lilly, who is described as very skinny, is not a stray.

She lives above Richleys, in High Street, but spends time sitting in the street.

Lizzie Manley, of Honiton Cats Protection, points out: "The poor girl has been handed in five times in two months, either to us or the vet.

"She is a traffic savvy tabby. How else would she have survived 19 years?


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