Tuesday, 30 October 2018

Please Help A Felixstowe Docker & His Family Find Their Dog


*****missing cocker*****
£700 reward
Ladies and gentlemen my cocker spaniel has been missing for 2 days, the last sighting was on the A14 in Felixstowe at approx 9pm on Sunday night. It has been suggested as there hasn't been a sighting for so long that a driver my have picked him up. Please could you all keep yours eyes open and if you see anything or find rusty please message me. 
Thank you.

Danny Brown


Debbie and all of Rustys family would like to ask everyone to keep looking for him and spreading the word.
However tonight they are going back to where he went missing to have a BBQ and cook loads of meat, in the hope that the smell will tempt him out.
If people could please refrain from calling his name and whistling for him tonight so that if he is in the area he will only hear his family and hopefully be found.
Should this be unsuccessful full searching will resume tomorrow so please keep looking and spreading the word




Danny Brown - Facebook




Rusty now has a Facebook page to help in his search, we will update on here so please add yourself. Could you also share this as far and wide as possible. Could I ask that sightings only get posted on here. We will update as we have info and also on New search areas. Many thanks to all for your continued support.

6 Comments:

At 30 October 2018 at 19:11 , Blogger Unknown said...

I drove through the Trimleys and the passing place road and up the old A14 tonight really slowly looking but I couldn’t see anything. Really hope he comes home soon ��

 
At 30 October 2018 at 21:45 , Blogger Unknown said...

hope you find him soon must be worried sick

 
At 31 October 2018 at 09:23 , Blogger Unknown said...

I will be out with my dogs over Trimley fields this morning. We will keep a look out for him x

 
At 31 October 2018 at 09:47 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Please, if you haven't done so already register with Dogslost. Its free to do so and it will generate a poster for you. Run by volunteers who will crosspost and help. They are excellent at reuniting lost and found dogs. Also contact all local vets and rescues in the area as they will hold a lost and found register. Good luck.

 
At 3 November 2018 at 05:34 , Blogger Unknown said...

I am in Australia. I had two dogs for 15 years....they were the best years of my life. No females came even close to them for companionship and devotion. I can imagine what you are going through, and hope that you find him soon. Best wishes. Colin.

 
At 4 November 2018 at 15:07 , Blogger Unknown said...

I really hope you find him soon, he look such a beautiful boy

 

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