A FAMILY is offering a £500 reward to anyone who can help find their missing Burmese cat.
Michelle Roberts-Clarke is urging her neighbours to help locate their beloved TC who went missing in the Fulham area on Wednesday, May 1. Their two-year-old daughter, Scarlett, is desperate to be reunited with the 13-year-old blue Burmese puss who slipped out of the front door and hasn’t been seen since.
Mrs Roberts-Clarke said: "He has been with us since he was a baby and my husband and I brought him from Australia when we moved to the UK 11 years ago. Despite being a bit of a biter, TC is a very affectionate cat and loves to snuggle. We are praying a lovely person or family has found him and taken him into their home. We are desperate to find him and bring him home."
TC, who is microchipped and registered with Paws in Dawes in vets Fulham, has a slight nick out of his left ear.
The Fulham community has already been rallying round to help the family hand out leaflets and put up posters in shop windows, with Mrs Roberts-Clarke praising their spirit and on-going support.
If you can help, please contact Tony Roberts-Clarke on 07708 387 262 or Animals UK 0800 4320 340.