Here are the top 5 reward offerings
Here are the top 5 reward offerings.
Here are the top 5 big rewards being offered, which we could find. Ranging from between $500 and $30,000. Might I add, that’s USD$’s. Being a Canadian, that has significance! If you know of any other significant reward offerings, please let us know so we can add it to our list. Just drop us a comment, at the end of the article. Thanks, in advance.
- Large Reward for lost Maine Coon Cat.
Top of FormBottom of Form(Posted in the Port Henry Forum, in Essex county, New York.)
March 21, 2010
We have lost a Maine Coon cat between Moriah Center and Moriah Corners. Is 3-year-old declawed female- orange, tan, grey and white – with large white paws, bushy coon type tail. Got out of pen on Friday afternoon. Please post here if you have any info and we will set up emails. Reward of $500 if returned to me with no questions asked. We love and miss her and just want the cat back.
Jan 8, 2016 – Big reward offered as cat’s disappearance baffles owner … to great lengths to have her missing rescue cat returned, offering a $1500 reward.
- Pet owner offers £2,000 reward for missing cat.
June, 13, 2013
Toni Clarke is offering a £2,000 reward for the safe return of her missing Siamese cat, Clooney. If anyone knows the whereabouts of Clooney, please contact John Clarke, on 07487820722.
- £10,000 Reward offered, for missing cat.
(U.K. Woodford Green, east London.)
November 1, 2010
It is a hunt that has involved a team of detectives covering hundreds of miles as they carry out searches and conduct interviews but still there is no sign of their quarry. And the subject of the investigation? A two-year-old ginger cat called Lolly
Lolly disappeared on September 19, leaving behind his agitated owner and two other feline friends, kittens Coco and Mohito.
- Pet owner offers $30,000 reward for missing cats.
(Broward Palm Beach, Florida.)
April 7, 2016.
Snapshot from Steve Rosen’s security camera.
Last month, animal lover Steve Rosen offered a reward of $20,000 for his seven missing cats. Although one of his felines, named Bandit, has since returned unharmed, six remain at large — and to find them, Rosen has raised the reward to a whopping $30,000. He knows this is unusual. “It seems so outrageous; that’s why I did it. It’s the shock effect. I think it will stir some clues up.”
|He’s hired private detectives and installed $10,000 worth in security cameras on his property. If you have any information about his cats, contact Steve Rosen at 954-309-4845.