DELAWARE, Ohio — A reward is being offered for the return of a lemur that has been missing for nearly two weeks.
According to posts made on social media, Iris is a 2-year-old red ruffed lemur. She got away from her home in the area of Troy Road and Radnor Road nearly two weeks ago.
Owner Amanda Beaver said someone may have picked Iris up along Pennsylvania Avenue. She was then either dumped or got away again in Marysville.
UPDATE: 5/17 • 13 DAYS SINCE SHES BEEN GONE, LAST SEEN IN MARYSVILLE @ MILL VALLEY AFTER A MAN IN A BLACK TRUCK PICKED HER UP, TRIED TO SELL HER, THEN DUMPED HER. SHE WAS SPOTTED TWO DAYS AGO AROUND MILL VALLEY
I’m going to make a post everyday until we bring Iris back home. Some one has to of seen her.
MISSING RED RUFFED LEMUR• NAME: IRIS
OWNER: Amanda Beaver (7408335618)
LAST SEEN: around the intersection of Radnor & Troy Rd
Information about Iris:
•She’s family with barns as her owners own a horse farm
•She has ran out off one other time, and was found in a near neighbors barn.
•She is FRIENDLY
•She has brothers at home like her that miss her, along with her parents.
•She’s been gone for about five days now, she’s never been gone this long, or been away from her family this long
Pictured is Iris and her mom. You can see that Iris is wearing a tracking belt, however it was charging whilst she managed to run outside.Facebook post
Beaver is offering a reward for the safe return of Iris.