Re­ward of­fered for tabby’s re­turn

Hinckley Times - - NEWS -

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.

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