Andrew Fraser and new friend.
Andrew Fraser and new friend. Bruce Thomas

Cat, 4 kittens in MP's ceiling

WITH wide blue eyes and ginger and black hair, it’s difficult to imagine that a little girl would have any problem finding a home but she is.

A kitten was found when Member For Coffs Harbour Andrew Fraser thought the noise in the ceiling of his office was coming from a possum.

“I grabbed the broom and pushed the roof panel up and two kittens fell out,” a surprised Mr Fraser said yesterday.

The unexpected discoveries continued with two more kittens and their mother emerging from the Park Avenue office ceiling.

“The mother cat, which is a tortoiseshell herself and has been named Jaffa by Sue Messer, who works in the building, has become very friendly and is a lovely cat,” Mr Fraser said.

Three of the kittens have been adopted but the little tortoise shell girl is yet to find a home and so is Jaffa.

The kitten has been toilet-trained and workers in the building have all chipped in to have Jaffa de-sexed.

If you can offer either cat a home contact Diane Leahy from Mr Fraser’s office on 6652 6500.



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