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Upton residents asked to be on the lookout for missing pet skunk Malita
AN UPTON man is appealing for residents to be on the lookout after reporting his pet skunk as missing three weeks ago.
Brennan Jacomb, 38, says that pet, Malita, was last seen at the family home on August 20, when she was roaming the front garden, and a door-to-door leaflet distributor left the garden gate open.
He says that son, Joe, 6, and his wife, Bea, 37, are missing the pet and just want people to get in touch if they have any information on its whereabouts.
Brennan, who also takes Malita to work with him on occasion, said: “She is quite unusual, but I’ve had her for four years, after getting her from a breeder in Gloucester.
He added: “If you pick her up, she will sit on your lap for hours, but generally she only comes out at night and is quite quiet.
“If anyone sees her, they should let me know where she is so we can bring her home.”
Brennan can be contacted on 07896 666933.
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