Lubbock Woman Offers Cash Reward For Beloved Missing Orange Cat
Alright, guys, it's time to come together and help Lubbock resident Sarah Louise Hunt find her precious 10-year-old orange kitty. His name is 'Doctor' and he has been missing for roughly five days now. He disappeared somewhere near 27th and University on Friday night and Sarah has been all over town, posting flyers and checking with local animal shelters in search of her sweet baby, but so far, hasn't had any luck.
According to Sarah, Doctor is an indoor-outdoor cat. He is neutered and friendly with most cats and dogs. He is up to date on all of his shots. She is offering a $200 reward to anyone that can bring her kitty home.
Here are some recent photos of Doctor:
Please help find Doctor!
I have a cat that is nearly 12, and if I was in her position, I would be absolutely panicked right now. Pets are family and Lubbock is full of animal lovers that understand how devastating it is when one goes missing. Please keep your eyes peeled for Doctor. If you are short on cash, that $200 reward doesn't sound too shabby either. If you are in the Tech Terrace area, he just might be soaking the sun on your porch.
If a random orange kitty happens to be sitting on your sofa right now, hanging out in your backyard, or even if you spot him outside somewhere, please email her at Sarahlouisehunt@gmail.com, or comment on this article on the KFMX Facebook page.
Thank you for your help.