Posted September 09, 2018 09:53:00 The cutters of a cat are among the items found on a scrap heap at a New Hampshire flea market.
The cat was named after the town of Catford, New Hampshire, in the United States.
Catford is a small town of about 3,000 people on New England’s western coast.
It is also known for its cat cafes, which offer live entertainment and cat food.
One of the items is a cat cutters that was sold to a collector at the flea fair.
The auctioneer who sold the item says the cat had been bred for cutting bait and was “not well suited for hunting”.
It is unclear what happened to the cutters or why they were not included in the sale.
CatFinder is a service which searches online for online auctions.
It uses a number of criteria including the seller’s name and the auction’s title to find auctions for cats.
A spokeswoman for the auction house said: “The seller of this item was not a professional cat dealer.
“We also know of other cats that have been bought for other purposes and are happily returning them to the community.” “
The spokeswoman said the auction had been sold. “
We also know of other cats that have been bought for other purposes and are happily returning them to the community.”
The spokeswoman said the auction had been sold.
She said the buyer had not been identified.
Cat Finder did not respond to requests for comment.
A spokesman for the fleamarket said the seller had contacted them for more information.
“This was a great sale and we will continue to work closely with the auctioneer to make sure we find this wonderful item,” the spokesman said.