SOMERS, N.Y. – A $200 reward is being offered for a cat missing since late August.
Jabba, a “smallish” black cat with “a white tuxedo front” and yellow eyes with one pupil permanently dilated, is described as a strictly indoor cat with no skills to survive on his own, according to a post on the Lost Pets of The Hudson Valley Facebook page .
The cat first went missing on Aug. 28 and requires a special diet and medication, according to the post, which said the pet is friendly and answers to his name, but spooks easily.
Jabba’s owners have made multiple attempts to find him, including multiple posts on social media, in the Pennysaver and on Tabby Tracker, an online lost cat database.
“His brother misses him terribly,” said the Facebook post. “My husband and I are lost without him.”
Anyone who may spot Jabba is urged to email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 914-826-1520.
To learn more about animals lost in the Hudson Valley, check out the Lost Pets of The Hudson Valley Facebook community .