Feline furry visitors to The Oak Tree

Yesterday was a beautiful, sunny November day. A number of Community Supported Agriculture Scheme members were merrily getting on with the harvest of autumnal veg including parsnips, leeks, salad leaves and more when we all heard some high pitched mewing, and a couple of tiny tabby-furred delights appeared through the hedgerow!

The harvest was put on hold for a while as we got to know our two visitors…

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We were all set to adopt them as The Oak Tree kittens when our stable yard neighbours started calling for them… young Milo and Max then returned home! But we are hoping they will be regular visitors here at The Oak Tree!



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