Bradwell woman offers £100 reward to help find missing family cat
- Credit: Amber Reynolds
A distraught Bradwell woman whose much-loved grey kitten has gone missing is offering a £100 reward to help find the cherished pet.
Amber Reynolds, of Clover Way, has put up the money to encourage anyone with information about nine-month-old Luna to come forward.
The 39-year-old, who is a supervisor at the James Paget University Hospital and a hairdresser at Palmers, is checking garages and sheds and posting leaflets through doors in a desperate bid to find the short-haired but fluffy cat.
She said her ten-year-old son Jarrad, who has dyspraxia, was particularly upset because she was his cat and they had a special bond.
The green-eyed animal has been missing since Wednesday, February 1, when she failed to come in when called at around 9.30pm.
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Luna is friendly and trusting. She is micro-chipped but has no collar. Anyone with information can call Mrs Reynolds on 07710 634119.
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