Unlucky bird

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Subject: Unlucky bird
From: Anne Fulker <>
Date: Sun, 27 Aug 2017 06:29:08 +0000
Good afternoon,

Outside our complex in Oxley this morning I found a big area of feathers from 
an unidentified bird.  There was no other body parts to be seen.  Unfortunately 
Oxley has a reputation for lots of stray cats.  Over a year, we have trapped 
over 35 cats and kittens around and in the complex and given them to the RSPCA.

any ID?


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