BRILLIANT NEWS****NOW REUNITED
Morse, belongs to a young boy who has written to Santa Claus asking for his pet dog Morse back. Re: Daily Mail 20th December I am sure his reindeers will help too. If anyone knows or has any suspicions of where Morse may be or maybe you know of a male Border Terrier being sold, then please contact the above number, Kent police, or Doglost. It will be treated in the strictest confidence. And you will help heal the broken heart of a little boy. If the thief reads this (You never know) then please if you have a conscience, or a person who may have him please return Morse to his RIGHTFUL owner. And make one little boy very happy at Christmas. Keep making Morse "TOO HOT TO HANDLE" Paws, and finger crossed.
UPDATE** Morse is home!!!!! He was found on the street in Meopham and taken in by a lovely family who bathed and fed him and then trawled the internet for lost dogs. They contacted us and we were reunited late Friday, 12 January. Morse was vet checked yesterday morning and although he is a bit thin and his pads are worn, he seems to be in good health if a bit subdued. We are all over the moon. Thank you to everyone who has helped to bring him home. Your support has been unbelievable. We cannot thank you enough xx
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