Nurse's appeal for missing dogs
A NURSE is appealing for the safe return of her two Cocker Spaniel dogs after the pair vanished from her garden.Deirdre Malin, 39, is so devastated by the loss of her dogs, Molly and Tara, that she has left her home in Claydon to stay with friends, as she cannot bear to be alone.
A NURSE is appealing for the safe return of her two Cocker Spaniel dogs after the pair vanished from her garden.
Deirdre Malin, 39, is so devastated by the loss of her dogs, Molly and Tara, that she has left her home in Claydon to stay with friends, as she cannot bear to be alone.
She said: "They are my children. I was not able to have children when I was married so they are everything to me. They are my life. I bred Tara and I've had Molly since she was eight weeks old.
"I'm just so worried about them. If anyone has them could they please take them in to the vets or to a police station and not just dump them by the side of the road.
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"I am not interested in where they've been since they disappeared. I won't ask any questions. I just want them back."
Molly is seven months old and is blue roan and tan – black and white spotted with brown over her eyes, brown ears and brown spotty legs. Tara, 10, is black and white spotted. Both are pedigree Cocker Spaniels, registered with the kennel club.
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The pair disappeared on Thursday, April 24 in the afternoon from Deirdre's back garden, which is fenced in to prevent them from escaping.
She added: "They are both chipped and have name tags so even if they had been run over they could be identified and I would have been contacted. It is now looking more and more likely that someone is holding them."
Anyone who can help is asked to contact Deirdre on 07769 642005.