Guinness World Record Holding Cats Are Missing After House Fire

The Hopeful Owners Are Offering $100,000 Bitcoin For Their Safe Return

By Catalina Barrios

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The lives of Will and Lauren Powers won’t be the same after recently losing everything due to a house fire. 32 year old Will woke up on a Sunday morning to find their home on fire. He searched for their cats Arcturus, Cygnus, Sirius and Yuki (a friend’s cat who they were taking care of) but could not locate them before firefighters pulled him out. He left several doors open hoping the cats would escape but unfortunately there hasn’t been a sign of them.

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Brittney Powers, Will’s sister, said Will and Lauren treated their cats like children and were very devastated because of their loss. The Powers escaped from this tragic incident with only the clothes they had on.

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These cat owners are offering a big reward for their missing cats who are famous in the community of Farmington Hills, Michigan where they reside. The couple is offering a total reward of $100,000 USD worth of bitcoin — $25,000 US for each cat returned alive. Will posted on his Facebook page he has been saving his bitcoin for years and now was the time to used them.

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Arcturus is a spotted Savannah who measures 19.05 inches high. This fall he won the Guinness World Record for tallest domestic cat.

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