Pet detectives on the hunt for missing moggy Max in Elsenham
Animal Search UK Pet Detectives are on the hunt in Elsenham today (Thursday July 30) for missing moggy Max.
The black and white family pet went missing on Monday July 23 and has not been seen since.
The detectives will be in the village all day asking residents for help and appealing for information.
The team will be conducting house-to-house enquiries in the neighbourhood and are equipped with thermal imaging cameras to help spot four-year-old Max.
The cat has a Bluetooth tag which will activate on any smartphone which has the app.
Lead investigator Andrew McNair said: “Very often cats are found no more than a mile away, but obviously there are many places a cat can become trapped in injured. What’s important is that we try to raise as much awareness as possible to hopefully reunite Max with their worried owners.”
If anyone has any information, call the animal hotline on 0800 4 320 340 and quote ALP IS: 386801.
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