East Ham woman offers holiday as reward for missing cat
PUBLISHED: 12:00 13 November 2018
A woman from East Ham whose cat went missing is offering a holiday as reward for information.
Valesca Wilton-Smith last saw six-year-old Pickle on August 6, when he disappeared from the family garden in Frinton Road.
She hired pet detectives from pet finding organisation Animal Search UK, who delivered hundreds of leaflets and conducted dozens of door-to-door enquiries, but Pickle was never found.
Now, Valesca is offering up her holiday, which she’d planned for next summer, as a reward for any information people have about Pickle’s whereabouts.
She’s hoping that her offer, limited to £1,000, will act as an incentive for people to share information.
Pickle is a black cat with a distinctive white spot of fur on his rear left paw. He has green eyes and no collar.
Tom Watkins, the detective who opened the search, said he hoped the holiday offer would encourage people to come forward.
To get in touch with Valesca, visit animalsearchuk.co.uk/alp355051.