Help to find our missing ferret, pleads Cumbrian couple
Last updated at 11:30, Friday, 09 November 2012
A Workington couple have sent a plea out for the safe return of a pet ferret.
Rascal, a two-year-old ferret, went missing on Friday and his owners, Ashleigh Bell, 23, and Michael MacNamara, 28, of John Street, are distraught.
Ashleigh said: “It’s like my kid has gone missing. I would be devastated if we didn’t find him.”
Ashleigh and Michael aren’t the only ones missing Rascal. They have another six-month-old female ferret called Billie, who they said was pining for him.
Rascal is described as cream coloured.
A police spokeswoman said officers were making inquiries with someone they believed might have the ferret.
First published at 11:50, Friday, 09 November 2012
Published by http://www.newsandstar.co.uk
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