Family offers a £100 reward to help bring Percy home
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A family has released a desperate plea for help in finding missing cat Percy, who was visiting with family from Leeds over the Christmas period.
Percy went missing from the Maidenhall area of Ipswich on Sunday while his owners, Charlotte and Lloyd Harland, were visiting relatives.
Percy had managed to get into the bathroom of the ground floor flat and escaped through an open window.
He has blue-grey fur with a white chest, paws and belly, and is micro-chipped.
The couple is offering a £100 reward to anyone who can help them find Percy.
“He’s a very precious cat to us,” said Ms Harland. “He’s part of the family.
“It’s put a dampener on such a lovely Christmas.”
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