A 19-year-old man named William Gould posted ‘missing’ flyers of his cactus plant around his neighborhood in Arkansas after it disappeared.
The poster says: ″’TERRENCE’ (ANSWERS TO TERRY), Keep going SEEN ON MY FRONT PORCH ON CENTER STREET.”
On the off chance that that isn’t sufficiently peculiar, the proprietor has set up a Go Fund Me page to manage the cost of a detective to locate his dearest plant. “It was a date that will live forever in infamy,” he said in a post on Go Fund Me.
William told his story with Terrance. When he was little, he saved the plant “from an abusive household, a friends ex-stepfather was going to throw Terrence away meaning almost certain death.”
Before he was “cactus-napped”, the owner said that it was difficult to be “a single father of a cactus” while working and going to school at the same time. In any case, he figured out how to pull through.
Amid class, he would set Terrence on the yard to get daylight and outside air.
He revealed to Huffpost that Terrence’s sibling plant, Clarence, hasn’t talked much since the occurrence.
I will find my son pic.twitter.com/5mceQzZpVi
— William D. Gould (@WilliamOfGould) September 6, 2017