Reward offered for tabby’s return
A REWARD is being offered for information that leads to the safe return of a missing family cat.
Simba, described as a “large” and “quite nervous” tabby, was adopted from the animal charity Cats Protection in May along with his brother Wilfie.
Microchipped and neutered, three-yearold Simba was last seen on Friday September 29 at his home in Thirlmere Road, Hinckley.
Owner Sarah Palk, who works for Vets4Pets in Hinckley, said she is not the only one missing her four-legged friend.
“Wilfie is really missing his brother and keeps going out to look for him.
“Simba’s devoted to his brother and they’re rarely apart, so I’m wondering if he’s been shut in somewhere or someone has taken him in, thinking he doesn’t have a home.”
Mrs Palk has put up posters around the area in the hope that someone will recognise missing Simba and has given Wilfie a bright blue collar, to distinguish him from his brother, as they look so alike.
She is offering a reward of £50 for information that leads to his safe return.
Anyone with information is urged to call 07798 751474.