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£1,000 reward for return of Snowy

11 August, 2017 — By Emily Finch

Three-year-old ragdoll cat Snowy, ‘a right little lady’

A HEARTBROKEN pet owner has set a four-figure reward for the safe return of her cat after it went missing in her friend’s care.

The three-year-old blue ragdoll cat called Snowy was being looked after at Holbrooke Court, off Tufnell Park Road, while her owner from Covent Garden was in Russia.

Anne, who did not want to give her surname, said the cat ran out of an open door one morning two weeks ago at around 7am.

Snowy’s owner, whose mother died while she was in Russia and did not want to be named, is said to be “heartbroken”.

“She’s been sobbing her eyes out and she’s hysterical,” Anne told the Tribune. “She would take the cat out in a pushchair and the cat would kiss her all over.

“I’ve been absolutely depressed and I’ve put up more than 200 posters. I think the cat has been stolen.

“She’s microchipped and a right little lady, she won’t survive out there,” she added.

A £1,000 reward has been set for information which leads to the safe return of Snowy who is microchipped and described as white and grey.

Anyone with information about Snowy’s whereabouts is asked to call Anne on 07956 914627.


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