New Zealand's Tinkerbell lost in Little Compton

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Tinkerbell is a manx cat (no tail) recently relocated all the way from New Zealand. She had been settling in well at Old Main Road, Little Compton. On the evening on November 7th, she went out during the chilly Nor’easter and never came home.

Tinkerbell's owners are now moving to a few miles away and fear that they will never be reunited. She has a micro-chip implant which still has the New Zealand address. The owner stated "Please don’t send her to the New Zealand address!"

If you spot this distinctive, tailless tortoise shell cat, please call 401-500-1798, 401-500-1664, or 401-592-0287.

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