£10k reward offered by student to find her cat

Wednesday 3rd November, 2010 by Compare Pet Care.

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Amna Shaikh is offering a £10k reward to find her cat who went missing on the 19th September. She has already spent £1,500 on animal psychics and has had a team of detectives carry out searches and conduct interviews but still there is no sign of 2 year old Lolly the cat. It has now been six weeks since he was last seen when he was fed by the house keeper at 11:30am before leaving out the cat flap and not returning home.

Amna, 21, lives with her family in Woodford Green, East London and is studying for a masters degree in banking law. She has been driving around in the middle of the night searching for him nearby. She has been paying for the searches out of her savings but her grandmother has offered to put up the reward money which is the largest ever reward known in the UK for the return of a cat.

There have been investigations to houses nearby, sheds have been searched and leaflets and posters have been put up locally. Lolly isn’t micro chipped and has no collar. A total of 1,200 miles and 40 hours have been spent by Animal Search UK looking for Lolly so far.

Anyone who knows of Lolly’s whereabouts have been urged to come forward and we hope Amna will find Lolly soon.