Tuesday, 4 January 2011

2011 starts out terribly for Evesham and Frosty

Staff at the Dogs Trust Rehoming Centre in Evesham arrived at work this morning to find there had been a break-in and a dog named Frosty had been stolen - a two-year-old cream male Lurcher described as a leggy lad and quite distinctive.

Frosty has been microchipped and reported as stolen, so any vet or dog warden who scans him in the future will be able to identify him and return him to Dogs Trust.

Canine carers believe Frosty will be moved quickly out of the area so have asked local people to be particularly vigilant in looking out for him in the next few days. Anyone with information about the break in or with suspected sightings of the Lurcher should call the Rehoming Centre directly on: 01386 830613

Chris Slight, Manager at the Rehoming Centre said:

“Frosty came to us as a stray three weeks ago and is an affectionate lovely lad; this is terribly sad as the thieves have taken away Frosty’s second chance of finding a new home. We are urging other dog owners and members of the public to keep an eye out for Frosty as we want to see him returned as soon as possible.”
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