Police in Merrimack are asking residents to be looking out for a lacking African serval cat.>> Obtain the free WMUR appThe unique household pet, who is called Spartacus, went lacking from a house on Peaslee Highway in Merrimack on Wednesday, police mentioned.The pet, which is legally owned and permitted by means of New Hampshire Fish and Sport, is four years previous and weighs 40 kilos, police mentioned.Police mentioned the cat would possibly strategy when his title is named, however tends to be skittish round strangers, police mentioned. Police and the house owners don’t imagine the general public must be afraid. It isn’t clear how far the cat might have gone. Police mentioned the household is working intently with animal management officers on the town.Anybody who spots the pet is requested to name dispatchers at 603-424-3774.

Police in Merrimack are asking residents to be looking out for a lacking African serval cat.

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The unique household pet, who is called Spartacus, went lacking from a house on Peaslee Highway in Merrimack on Wednesday, police mentioned.

The pet, which is legally owned and permitted by means of New Hampshire Fish and Sport, is four years previous and weighs 40 kilos, police mentioned.

Police mentioned the cat would possibly strategy when his title is named, however tends to be skittish round strangers, police mentioned. Police and the house owners don’t imagine the general public must be afraid.

It isn’t clear how far the cat might have gone. Police mentioned the household is working intently with animal management officers on the town.

Anybody who spots the pet is requested to name dispatchers at 603-424-3774.

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