Woman Offers $5,000 Reward For Missing Cat
KELOWNA, British Columbia, Aug. 8 (UPI) — A Canadian woman says she is offering a $5,000 reward to anyone who can find her missing cat Kitty.
Barbara Cook, a teacher in Fort St. John, said her 2-year-old, gray-and-white cat disappeared July 30 while being cared for by Cook’s mother in Kelowna while Cook was on vacation, The Okanagan Sunday reported.
Despite searching the neighborhood, putting up flyers, taking out classified ads and posting online, Cook says she hasn’t found any sign of her pet, the newspaper said.
“I’m very desperate. She’s my family,” Cook told GlobalBC.com. “I’m not a crazy cat lady. I just really want her back.”
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