Those green eyes out-stare me from between the tombstones.
The churchyard cat is often to be seen in St Helen’s Churchyard among the graves and wandering freely along the pavements and gardens beyond.
It helps itself to rats, and mice, and might honour you with a visit in return for some food.
It does not look to be the sort of cat to curl up on your lap. It is aloof and has cattitude.
There will be a book signing of Super Nit Rescue Mission on Sunday June 10th 4pm at the Willow’s Shake on Stert Street. Thanks to Steve for sending the picture.
It is an illustrated book for children (4 – 7 years) written by two Abingdon mums, Julia E K Thomas and Julia King. Julia and Julia set up Juplicate Books in 2018 to showcase their creative writing.
Join Harry and Super Nit on a hair-raising adventure, you’ll be itching to find out more!.
The book is a fun way to make children aware of nits and head lice. You can find more about nits at http://kidshealth.org/en/parents/head-lice.html