WACO (July 28, 2014 ) When Felicia Pratt and her children went to retrieve a bedazzled pink potty they had placed in the yard as part of a fundraiser Saturday, they didn't find what they were looking for.
The potty, which they placed in the yard as part of an effort to support breast cancer research, was missing.
"We called the homeowner and they said that the last time they saw it was in their front yard that morning right before they went to work and she had no idea where it went. So we kind of drove around the neighborhood a little bit and it was nowhere to be found,” she said.
Pratt searched the neighborhood.
Her group, "Team Boobshakalaka" also took to social media to ask Facebook friends to keep an eye out for the toilet.
Pratt says the group hopes someone mistakenly took the potty not knowing how the fundraiser works.
Residents who provide their own addresses must donate $10 to have the potty removed once it has been placed in the front yards of their homes.
And residents who provide someone else’s address must donate $20.
Residents who would prefer to avoid the pink potty altogether can buy “insurance” for $30, which team members say guarantees the toilet won't end up back in their yards.
Team Boobshakalaka is trying to raise $9,200 to participate in the Komen for the Cure 3 Day 60 Mile Walk.
The group is asking anyone with information about the missing potty to call Ashlee at (254) 717-7607, Veronica at (254) 640-7530, Felicia at (254) 315-7058, or Nani at (254) 855-2044.