Missing dogs - Help us find Mimi & Tinker

(3 Posts)
bumpbabyme Wed 10-May-17 13:27:56

Hi everyone,

my in-laws live in Albury (near Guidlford) and their two Cockerpoos went missing on Friday May 5.

Mimi (black) and Tinker (ginger) are very loved, especially by my BIL and SIL who are only age 12 and 10. We're pulling out all the stops to try and find their pups and would be eternally grateful if you could please share the link below on your Facebook or Twitter pages and keep your eyes peeled.

www.thunderclap.it/projects/56914-help-us-find-mimi-tinker

Both dogs are microchipped and tagged.

Tinker was groomed recently, so her hair is much shorter than in the photo here. Both pups have also been missing five days now, so may well no longer be together or looking slightly worse for wear in comparison to the healthy dogs in this photo.

If you have any information at all, please call my MIL Pam on 07764802163.

We urge you NOT to try and catch them if you see them as it's likely they'll bolt and could put themselves in danger. Please, please call Pam on the number above if you see them.

Thank you all so much for your help.

bumpbabyme Thu 18-May-17 10:13:21

Hi all,

It's been two weeks and we've still had no word on this - the charity we're working with thinks this could be a sign they've been stolen.

Please do keep an eye out if you're walking your dogs and get in touch if you have any information.

Thank you very much in advance.

bumpbabyme Tue 30-May-17 13:58:10

Hi everyone, unfortunately, we're STILL searching for Mimi and Tinker. There has been a few possible sightings /reports of dogs the right size and colourings in and around Surrey (see map), so if you're in the local area, please do continue to keep an eye out.

We're still not ruling out that they may have been snatched over the past few weeks, in which case, they could be anywhere in the country. So while we're still searching locally, this is a nationwide request to keep your eyes peeled!

Thank you all so much for your continued support. Fingers crossed we'll get them home eventually.

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