Reward offered after cat goes missing from Rushmere area
- Credit: Archant
A small tortoiseshell cat has gone missing in the Rushmere area.
Sandy the cat, who normally lives in Kessingland, went missing from the Rushmere area on July 1.
Jane Dawson has owned Sandy for three years and said she is currently feeling 'really distressed' at her disappearance.
A small reward is being offered for a safe return.
Call Jane on 01502 742441 or 07899 852618 if you can help.
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