Right, I’m running this again as this elderly lady is still away from the owner who still hasn’t been found – Susan Matthews told me about her last week, but as I posted it with another found dog, I think Holly may well have been overlooked.
Hollie has been registered with K9 Search. Those folks do an excellent job.
Susan wrote at the time:
Could you help please Can you help put the wagg back in this little girls tail?
She was found running the streets hungry and tired on Wednesday 28th of December in the Ws9 Castlefort area of Walsall Wood.
She’s been scanned for a micro chip but one was not found at the time.
Over the past few days she has stayed with some foster parents bathed and fed wormed. She is now with a long term foster family but is clearly missing her true family.
Her picture has been posted on several media sites but to no avail. She’s been nick named Holly due to the Christmas period.
If you recognise her or she is your lost pet could you please contact Bob via social media.
She has very distinguishing marks and photo identification and due to the shy nature of this little girl she will not be handed over without proof.
She is safe and well where she is loved and looked after and making friends with the families other pets.
Let’s see if we can re unite this little lady with her owner in time for New Years please.
You can contact anonymously if the owner is no longer able to look after her.
Could you emphasise the plea that if she has proved too much to look after that the owner can still come forwards and we will be totally understanding… It would be great to know the dog’s name and how old she is, and they can pass these details into Bob in total anonymity – we don’t need to know who they are she has not been found in a state of neglect.
Thank you Bob x.
Happy new year
If you own the above collie or know who does, please mail me on BrownhillsBob at Googlemail dot com, and I assure all involved of my total confidence, OK? If you want to contact the finders directly, go via Facebook here and message Suzie Thomas.
Cheers everyone. She must be really missing her boss.