Have you seen Jack? Reward offered for missing dog
- Credit: Archant
Owners of a much loved dog have offered a reward to find her after she went missing nearly three months ago while on a walk.
Jack is a female crossbreed and is a husky shape and size.
She is mostly black, with some light tan & white on face, feet, and bottom.
Iva McCartney said: “There have been four potential sightings, but nothing certain, and nothing recently.
“We are worried she has either been found and kept by someone, or she is dead.
“Either way, we would like to know.
“We are offering a large reward for her return or information leading to her return, in case someone is keeping her.
- 1 Motorcyclist in serious condition after A142 tractor crash
- 2 Jail for fraudulent accountant who tried to steal £200k of employer’s money
- 3 Family banned from turning garage into dining room
- 4 Surgery’s renovation project takes next step forward
- 5 Cricket club's bid to be 'loud and proud' thanks to new ground
- 6 'He saved my life' - Karolina thanks optician after spotting unknown brain tumour
- 7 Two suffer serious injuries after A10 crash
- 8 Bank cards, electrical items and jewellery stolen in burglary
- 9 Alisa, 17, on how refillable candle business went viral in just five months
- 10 Cyclist in hospital with life-threatening injuries after crash
“However, if she is still living in the wild, attempts to catch her will only push her further away into a different area.
“Dogs in survival mode see humans as predators, which is why we ask people to just let us know the time and place they might have seen her, instead of trying to call, or catch her.
“We have a dog trapping team ready, once her whereabouts are narrowed down a bit.
“If living wild, she could be anywhere within 20 miles radius from where she disappeared at Little Thetford, but we’re hoping that, with the harvest already starting, she would be somewhat easier to spot.”
Jack went missing on May 1 around 10pm during an evening walk. If you see her please Please call 07707-028181 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.