A HUDDERSFIELD couple are offering a reward for the safe return of their pet rabbit Frosty.
Charles and Gillian Waterhouse, of Balmoral Avenue, Crosland Moor, were featured in the Examiner on Saturday after having three rabbits disappear in just five months.
They believe the first one, Dora, could have escaped but the other two, Jessica and Frosty, have been taken from their secure enclosure in the back garden.
Frosty, a white lop-eared male, taken on Tuesday, had been with the Waterhouses for three years and was a beloved pet.
The other rabbits had been bought to keep it company.
Now the couple are offering a reward of £50 to anyone who returns Frosty to them safe and well.
Mr Waterhouse said the disappearances had been upsetting.
He said: "It is a bigger loss than we exp- ected it to be and it is also upsetting that we don't feel we can keep rabbits any more."
He added that their remaining rabbit was traumatised by the disappearance of her playmate. It had been bought recently to keep Frosty company in his hutch.
Anyone with information should ring Mr Waterhouse on 0776 255 5443.