A TEENAGER fears her Siamese cat may have been snatched from near her Treuddyn home.
Holly Dougan, 17, was devastated when Oscar disappeared last Friday evening.
And as the days pass, she is growing increasingly concerned for his safety.
Oscar is a four-year-old pale grey Oriental Siamese and was a present from Holly's parents to help her cope with being bullied at school.
The pedigree cat was kept mainly indoors at Holly's home on Well Street.
Sheila Stewart, of Capricorn Animal Rescue Centre in Padeswood, says there has been a spate of missing cats in the area.
Holly's mum Susan and dad George are offering a substantial reward for Oscar's safe return.
Holly said: 'I love him to pieces - he is the happiest cat and he's so affectionate.
'We have walked and driven miles looking for him and have put posters up around the village.'
Sheila said: 'When cats go missing, it tends to happen in clusters around estates.
'I would advise cat owners to be careful and not to let their pets out at night.'
Holly has not given up hope of finding Oscar.
She is appealing for anyone who may have seen Oscar to call her on 01352 770166 or the missing pets bureau on 08701