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Addressing the person who stole Pepsi, Ms Parkinson said: 'Your vile, selfish, barbaric actions have left a gap in our family and home that cannot be filled.'On the day Pepsi went missing, the Parkinson family checked their CCTV after the cat failed to return home - and saw a man wearing a tracksuit approach and snatch the animal before quickly walking away.
Ms Parkinson, who declined to give her first name, said the pet was a gift to the family from her father, who bought Pepsi when he was dying from cancer.
Ms Parkinson told The Northern Echo on Tuesday night: 'Tonight I've sat and watched my mam's heart ripped into pieces after finding Pepsi's body.'My mam is still a grieving widow and is now having to come to terms with not just the loss of her beloved pet but also knowing how horrendous his death will have been.'She added: 'I'd like to thank every single person who has shared our story and messaged us.
It really does show how amazing people can be.'Her sister, Holly, said that her family was 'heartbroken' after learning their 'gorgeous, trusting, loving, hilarious and friendly cat' was dead.'I'm going to take this opportunity to absolutely beg anyone who considers lamping with someone's family pet to please, please reconsider,' she said.
The cat was found through a tip-off resulting from the family's appeal.
“Since then we have been contacted by a member of the public who provided photos of what appears to be a man throwing the dog into the water.