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Much Loved Pets are Still Missing

We are featuring 4 pets who have been missing for some weeks. Please join us in sharing this information so that we can see if we can get them home to their families for Christmas. Cats can travel and appear as strays to well intentioned people who start feeding them. Dogs can be encouraged into cars and can find themselves miles from home. Is this what has happened to these pets? Whilst we hate to consider it, they may have been fatally injured on a road. Whatever has happened,  their owners are desperate for news. Any news would be better than no news at all.

Please share these details out of area (UK wide) as the dogs particularly may no longer be in the Swindon area. Do you know someone who has just acquired a new pet that matches these descriptions? 

If for whatever reason you have news and are worried about making contact, please click here to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. in confidence.

Cocker SpanielSophie

Sophie went missing after being frightened by fireworks. Whilst intially terrified, she is a friendly little dog and may happily get into someone's car. She has a scar on her belly following a recent operation. Sophie is microchipped.

Please contact Lucy with any information no matter how small. She has a loving family and the children miss her dearly and just want her home. If you have taken Sophie in with good intentions, please do the right thing and contact her owners, it would be the the best Christmas present the children could get

REWARD OFFERED

Call Lucy on 07891045978


Roo

black cat

Roo was last seen 11pm Sun 19th Oct in the Langport area of Freshbrook, West Swindon. Roo is neutered & chipped. He is a slim built cat and is black except for two small white patches on chest & tummy. He looks bald above the eyebrows & has a scar on his nose which shows up well on this photo. He has been missing for some time now so could be very thin and bedraggled. 
REWARD OFFERED Contact Kimberley 07952270864


Boo

Boo missing dogBoo is a young male, white Maltipoo (Maltese X Poodle) dog escaped from his back garden in Wichelstowe (Near Wroughton) on the evening of Friday, 31 October after being frightened by fireworks. He usually runs up to people then backs up and tries to play if they go to stroke him. He's quite wary of people unless they have children. As you can see from  the photo, Boo loves children and is a much loved family pet. There were sighting that night but there has been nothing since. Boo is not wearing a collar and is not microchipped.

Reward Offered

Call 07799 284946

Update 18th February 2015

Sadly there is no news so we have to assume that there has not been a happy reunition.

UPDATE 15th February 2015 From Boo's Owners

"BOO UPDATE! We think we might have found our boy! Waiting to hear back from the dog warden tomorrow morning in London!! Thanks to everyone who has text etc letting us know! Fingers crossed it's Boo and he's home by the end of the week!!


 

Black catBailey

Bailey was last seen at 3am on 19th November in Kennedy Drive in Eldene. Her owners moved from Montrose close to Kennedy drive but used to live in Moredon park. She is pure black with a few white hairs on her chest.  She s not wearing a collar but is microchipped. Is she somewhere between the 2 addresses? Are you feeding her thinking that she is a stray?  

Contact Lisa on 07909 943889


Please share far and wide, the dogs particularly may well be some distance from home now. Even if you have bad news, please let us know. Someone must know where these pets are. 


Finally we couldn't feature missing pets without mentioning Missing Conker. Conker has been missing for over a year now.

Poster of ConkerVisit the missing Conker Page to read more. Can you help?

Click for Missing Conker Page 

 

 

 

 

   

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