Norwich woman offers £50 reward for safe return of three-month-old kittens
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A devastated pet owner from Norwich is offering to pay £50 for the safe return of two missing kittens.
The long haired felines have been missing from Kerri Leeson's home on Salhouse Road near Blue Boar Lane since June 16.
The kittens, a male tabby named Charlie and a black and white female named Lady, were being looked after by a member of Miss Leeson's family when they disappeared.
The mother cat had been agitated with her offspring and had shooed them away before they managed to get out of the house.
Neither kittens have been chipped and neutered or were wearing collars.
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Miss Leeson said: 'We were actually due to get them chipped and neutered next week. I wish we had gotten it done sooner.
'We are offering a £50 reward for their safe return, and if they've been found hurt or anything we're happy to reimburse any vet bills. We just want them home safe.'
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Lady can be easily distinguished as she has a very small white patch on her upper lip.