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Cheetah-looking cat spotted in Langley but still missing

Tigger, the African serval cat, was spotted last Saturday and his owners are offering a reward. - submitted
Tigger, the African serval cat, was spotted last Saturday and his owners are offering a reward.
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The family of Tigger the serval cat are not giving up hope and are offering a reward for finding their exotic pet, after sighting of him last weekend.

It is almost two weeks since Tigger, the African serval cat, got out of his home in Langley during a hail and thunderstorm. His owner Kelly Allen believes he is roaming the Federal Naval Base in Aldergrove. He has been scene going into the forested area at Robertson Crescent and 256 Street at 3 p.m. last Saturday (March 24).

"He is part of our family and it is like losing a child," said Allen.

He is not a danger to the public and was hand-raised since six weeks old and is declawed. Tigger was wearing a bright orange sapphire crystal collar with a petsmart pink heart tag with his name on it. He will not come to anyone so just call Kelly at 604-831-1519, the RCMP or Al from Pet Searchers Canada at 604-825-6913 if you see him. There is a $1,000 reward for any information that may lead to his return, so if you see him, act fast, she said. You can see more pictures of Tigger on his facebook site at “Tigger the Serval.”

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