Woman rewards Rs 5000 to person who brought back missing cat ‘Kunjukuttan’


Daisy Joseph with pet cat Kunjukuttan

Kanjirappally: Kakkanad native Daisy Joseph is on cloud nine as she got back her pet cat ‘Kunjukuttan’ safe. The cat was missing for the last 18 days and Daisy had been spending all these days in prayers to get back her beloved. She had also offered Rs 5000 as reward for the person who find Kunjukuttan. The cat has been found one kilometre away from the place where it went missing.

Jomon who runs a meat and chicken centre in Thampalakkad had caught the cat which reached his stall. He handed over the cat to Daisy and received the reward from her.

When Daisy arrived Sukhodaya Ayurvedic hospital for treatment on January 25, her cat also accompanied her. It was for the first time that Kunjukuttam was staying away from Daisy’s flat. The next day, the cat went missing from the hospital by night. Daisy, who was distressed by her cat’s loss, declared that she would give a reward of Rs 5000 for the person who brings back Kunjukuttan.

The news regarding the cat missing was published in Mathrubhumi daily. Though many arrived with similar cats earlier, Daisy found that they were not her cat. Kunjukuttan is a red tabby cat, commonly called an orange cat with orange and white coloured fur. One and a half years back, Daisy’s sister had gifted the cat to her.

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