Leigh's Lost and Found: spotlight on longtime missing pets

In today's Leigh's Lost and Found report, we're focusing on pets that have been missing for some time.

Many lost pets are found relatively quickly, but there are some that haven't turned up yet, for as long as two years!

We start with Rusty. Her owner says she was stolen on 11/25/15 around the Buffalo Wild Wings on North Kansas expressway in Springfield. That owner has never given up and is still offering a $500 reward, no questions asked.

Another longtime missing, stolen dog is a Shepherd/Wolfdog mix, taken from the Carthage Humane Society in July of 2016. There's a huge reward for this beautiful dog of $2500 dollars for any information.

Cheddar the cat has also been gone for almost two years. The orange tabby disappeared in September of 2015 from the 1600 block of Belmont, in the Rountree area.

Keep your eyes peeled in the Ava/Seymour area for this sweet boy. Alfred went missing last November off highway 14. He is microchipped, if anyone happens to find him.

In Shell Knob, Mallory has been missing since September of 2017. She got out of a gate at her home off HIghway yy. She's a therapy dog and is greatly missed.

And in Ozark, this little pug has been gone since March. He ran off on BB highway by the Tiger Sanctuary in Ozark, in Chestnut Ridge.

If you find animal or lose a pet, you can always post them on the Leigh'd Lost and Found facebook page. We also have a list of other resources for you on that page, just click on 'notes' on the left hand side to find those.

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