By Lauren Beavis via SWNS
A little girl who lost her pet cat drew this adorable picture of it and posted it through letterboxes to help try and find her.
Martha, eight, was gutted when two-year-old 'Twingo' vanished from her home in Mabe, Cornwall, England .
She then took to making her own poster to assist the search for her cat when he didn't come home on January 11.
Martha has drawn and colored in a photo of Twingo, who is black with green eyes, alongside some colorful fish.
A photo of her poster was then shared to a Mabe Parish Facebook group by impressed locals.
Twingo was adopted with his brother Freddie in 2019 as kittens from National Animal Welfare Trust in Hayle.
Martha wrote on the poster: "Twingo is a shy but loving cat.
"We love him very much. Please look out for him, we miss him very much.
"He is so cuddly and soft. Please will you look out for him we just love him."
Aaron, Martha's father, said: "It's the not knowing that's so upsetting.
"It's really quite sad, we'd do anything to get him home.
"We've done all that we can so we just want to urge people to please check their sheds and give me a ring if they see anything."
Twingo was last seen around 6 P.M. last Tuesday, January 11.
One Facebook comment said: "Hope you find your fur baby he is beautiful fingers crossed he is safe and will be home soon."
Another said: "What a beautiful poster."
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