A FEW years ago I wrote to your newspaper about a much-loved ginger cat, who sadly died.
Sad to say, I report the loss of another friendly feline.
This time a tabby cat with four white paws.
I attend the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses in Swift
Road, Hanworth, and this dear cat made his home in a builder's bag of leaves supplemented with straw.
He was often about, sitting on a wall near the entrance as if greeting the worshippers.
Some would pat him gently on the head, which he would enjoy.
On days when we carried out garden work he would be in attendance as if overseeing the work.
KHC, as he became known, also had a dear lady that cared for him next door.
He would wait for her return from the shops to receive a tasty piece of ham or turkey.
Apparently, our furry friend was a stray.
He was dearly loved by many and showed his thanks with his friendly demeanour.
KHC is dearly missed for his simple lifestyle and happy disposition.
RIP dear friend.
ALAN SAWDEN Southcote Avenue