Missing dog - found!

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Renowned wayward hound, Cara, last seen high tailing it down Heathfield Road, mid afternoon Wednesday 21st December on one of her bin runs, has not returned home.

Concerned owners Lindsey and Ian said:  "In the past her Houdini ways have created many a sleepless night but she has always returned, usually with her own version of a takeaway. She is now 16, deaf and going blind. She is a cross breed, with an alsation coat, collie body shape and the greed of a labrador.

If anyone has seen her please contact us on 811685."

(Audlem OnLine says:  We have just received news that Cara has been found.  The owners write:  "To the great relief of her owners, Cara has returned looking 2 dress sizes larger and very very tired. Thanks to everyone who looked for her and Merry Christmas to you all. ")

 

 

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