For some people,it is difficult to understand why someone would put out a reward of KSh 70,000 for a lost cat.One Cape Town family is heartbroken over their missing cat and has released a tantalising reward for the person who finds him.Animals become part of the family, and you’d end up doing for them what you’d do for an actual blood relative.
News 24 reported that Danielle Jibrail and her husband,Lionel,are heartbroken over their missing cat Logan.The KSh 70,000 reward is nothing to them in relation to their fur baby being gone.Netizens reacts:
𝐑𝐮𝐭𝐡: I realised the importance of these animal pets after an old couple bought a 16500 stroller for their cat at our shop...They also included a mosquito net to prevent it from jumping off the stroller.
𝐒𝐡𝐢𝐫𝐨: I have a black can also ,very friendly and learn easily can come with it for replace got three other small kitten.
𝐖𝐢𝐧𝐚𝐧: 🙄🙄I doubt this ...a cat 🐈is the only animal that was not mentioned in the bible🙄
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