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UK St.Felix The Cat Church 01/2014

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St.Felix The Cat Church

Not posted on any forums for some time so heres a little number from the U.K.

Names have been coded to protect the sinful

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Edited by Nelly
Wevs. pic removed at request - Nelly. Removed Flickr Spam

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