Appeal to find beloved St Albans cat
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The search is on to find a beloved St Albans cat which has been missing for three days.
Milo, a chocolate-brown Burmese cat, is 18 months old and desperately missed by his owners.
The moggy went missing from the Westfields area of St Albans and was last spotted by a post box near Waitrose at about 4.30pm on Tuesday (18).
Milo’s owner, Ashlea Akers, is offering a £200 reward for his safe return.
She said: “Milo is a much-loved family pet and he is extremely friendly and very approachable.
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“He will respond if his name is called and we would very much like him home, so if you have seen him or know of his whereabouts, please let us know.”
Anyone with information can call Ashlea on 07849338132.
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