Sunday, 1 November 2009

Puppies stolen from Dogs Trust Evesham

Staff at the Dogs Trust Rehoming Centre in Evesham arrived at work on Saturday 31st October to find there had been a break-in and two puppies had been stolen. The puppies are three month old Lurchers called Munchie and Pickles. Munchie is a male pup with distinctive brindle markings on his rough coat, and Pickles is a black and white female pup with a smooth coat.

Both pups are microchipped and have now been reported as stolen, so any vet or dog warden who scans them in the future will be able to identify them and return them to Dogs Trust. The staff believe the two puppies will be quickly moved out of the area.

Anyone with information about the break in or with suspected sightings of the pups should call the Rehoming Centre directly on: 01386 830613

I'm posting this now as there were problems logging in yesterday.


Gail said...

How sad that someone would resort to this when there are so many homeless puppies out there begging for a home.

I wish you luck in recovery.

Gail said...

I was not familiar with the breed Lurchers, however, I di my research and the mixed breed is quite beautiful.

I foster dogs for adoption. I have one now that is looking for a forever home.

Please visit my blog and the picture of Gypsy will take you to her site.

If you've a mind to do so, plese share this with as many people as you can. When Gypsy is adopted, I shall foster and train another.

Anonymous said...

awwh i dont know how people can steal puppies well i keep an eye out in prestatyn if they turn up here