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Friday, July 23, 2021

50,000 Baht Reward Given After “Julie” the Serval Cat Recovered in Phuket

The owner was a foreigner on the island.

Julie is a beautiful Serval cat!

When: December 11th, 2020

Where: Cherngtalay subdistrict, Thalang district, Phuket province

Perpetrators: Unknown

Victims: Julie the Serval, and owner

What: A bit of heart-warming news out of Phuket. A one-year old Serval cat, named Julie, was recovered in Cherngtalay. The cat disappeared on December 5th, 2020. The owner was very worried that somebody would hurt the beautiful Serval cat because the perception it is a dangerous animal.

On December 10th, 2020, a Facebook post was made by Sirilada Mongkolrattanaroj. She thanked the staff of the Surin Hotel who managed to catch Julie and return it to the foreign owner. The post stated that the 50,000 baht reward would be given to the hotel staff.

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My take: Once in awhile we run stories that are feel-good and turn out well for everybody involved. This is one of them. Even during these difficult times, especially for a place like Phuket, the good in humanity can shine through.

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Source: https://www.khaophuket.com

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