Faherty cat 1950
to mid recently . Letters --^r4^*s-^**-r^***s.S No Place Like Home, Cat Finally Decides have nhont cals viho refused to gel lost. Mrs. Flank Faherty, 2813 niilgenicre, has one to tell. Only, says, Mrs. Faherly, no one was trying to dispense with Tom. About two mo iith s ago she down town. All t h e wny she t h o u h t she hoard K sound (.Â·at mewing, and, u-lien she parked found \v]iere the sonnrf came I from. Tom had hitchhiked on the car's axle. a rJdc Frightened at the noise of to\vn trnfJJr, however, Tom took l o f f when Mrs. KaUorty reached ""Â·- 1 - '"-- Â·"" '"" -'-- --.wTorn pick him vip, The. last she sa he was scampcritig up an making good time despite at - --. home, somewhat leanpr anci raven- ously hungry--r,nd si til limping. o f f e r e d nn report on his the past two months, but Mr*. lioi'tj- says liis puj'r was one of t t ' i i l n i f i n .