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Cat found in charity shop sofa after 5 days

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A cat spent five days trapped in a sofa donated to a charity shop before being found by the couple who bought it.

The three-seater settee was given to St Luke's Hospice charity shop in Grays, Essex, by Pauline and Bill Lowe, both 66, from Corringham.

Ten-year-old Crockett was discovered when the new owners heard "a soft miaow" coming from the furniture.

http://www.bbc.co.uk...-essex-26864309

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grays... thats my town, small world after all lol

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Awe...Mew.

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The biggest question is how did the cat get in and not get out. Cats are also very...demanding when they get trapped. Maybe kitty has some health issues that need to be checked on.

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I wouldve kept it. I have a soft spot for Kitty's.

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The biggest question is how did the cat get in and not get out. Cats are also very...demanding when they get trapped. Maybe kitty has some health issues that need to be checked on.

it was mentioned that the sofa had to be taken apart to get it through the door when it was donated. the idea is that the cat may have sneaked into the back of the sofa at that time and then they put it back together with the cat in there.
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it was mentioned that the sofa had to be taken apart to get it through the door when it was donated. the idea is that the cat may have sneaked into the back of the sofa at that time and then they put it back together with the cat in there.

That certainly sounds like the most probable explanation on how this story came to be.

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it was mentioned that the sofa had to be taken apart to get it through the door when it was donated. the idea is that the cat may have sneaked into the back of the sofa at that time and then they put it back together with the cat in there.

Wow...that is really bad timing for the cat. Still odd it didn't try to get out when they were putting it back together.

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Poor kitty. At least it's back home now. Any of my cats would have been yowling after a day without food.

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