A devasted couple are offering a reward after the pet cat they rescued went missing a week ago.
Joanna and Steven Johnson found the young female Bengal cross abandoned on their farmland in Gorefield in August.
They tried to reunite the cat with its owners, by placing adverts in vet practices, but after nine weeks of trying they decided to keep her and introduce her to their other animals.
The blue-eye cat, which is around 15-months-old, spends most of her time outdoors, and always comes home in the evening – but the last time they saw her at their Honeyhill Road home was on Monday morning.
“We don’t know whether she’s got lost or whether someone has taken her,” said Mrs Johnson. “It’s the not knowing what’s happened which makes it worse. We’ve only had her a short while, but she’s become part of the family.”
Anyone who can help can contact Mrs Johnson on 07867 911794. Anyone providing information leading to the cat’s safe return will receive a financial reward.