By Audlem Webteam - 4th April 2012 7:03am
The following message appeared last night on the Chatbox and we feel deserves a wider audience. If you can help, that would clearly be much appreciated:-
"Hi everyone, thanks so much for helping us to find our little cat Jake. (Or Jakey) You may remember he has been missing in Hankelow since the 12th of March.
We've had calls and really appreciated them, but so far he hasn't been found. Just to refresh your memory, he is a 2yr old Bengal leopard cat, described as "amber" (soft brown with golden flecks) with dark distinctive spots and stripes and golden/greeny eyes. His tail is hooped with dark rings and his chest and tummy are creamy fur with dark spots.
He is a beautiful cat and he can be shy. He was wearing his red leather safety collar which has a silver paw trim and a bell.
He is id chipped so any vet, RSPCA or the police can scan him if found. We've had no calls for a week now from our area and we're getting sadder by the day.
We really appreciate all your concern and good wishes and anything you can do we are grateful for. Please call 07862 249848, thanks Betty and Sy."
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