Sandy-cat finds new home to curl up at

Port Douglas & Mossman Gazette - - FEEDBACK -

WE WANT to let all Sandy-cat’s many friends and fans know he has been re­lo­cated.

We have had the plea­sure of be­ing a feed­ing sta­tion, rest area and safe house for the very pop­u­lar Sandy-cat.

When the bus com­pany moved out a few years ago, we took on the reg­u­lar vet check-ups and when coun­cil said cats had to be reg­is­tered, we made the re­la­tion­ship a lit­tle more for­mal.

Now as a re­sult of coun­cil’s Waterfront plan­ning, we have had to move from our Ash­ford Av­enue of­fices.

We are now lo­cated on Warner St, be­tween Se­abean res­tau­rant and the bike shop - where the bike shop used to be.

Although Sandy-cat is very self-suf­fi­cient and ca­pa­ble, he is get­ting on and arthri­tis is tak­ing its toll.

We had ma­jor con­cerns about him stay­ing in the area with the ex­pected de­mo­li­tion work and felt he might be bet­ter mak­ing the move with us.

He was not en­tirely sure about the new digs, but he is grad­u­ally set­tling in and mak­ing the place his own.

We know there are lots of peo­ple around who have come to love Sandy-cat’s style and c-at­ti­tude.

Please be as­sured he is safe and well.

Set­tling in: Sandy-cat helps with the move

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