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Monique van Wyk
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18 Feb 2019
4:29 pm

Desperate dog owners offer R10k reward for missing Yorkie

Monique van Wyk

Lucy’s owners are begging and pleading with the community of Alberton to help find her.

Lucy’s owners are begging and pleading with the community to please help find her - whoever does, will get a R10 000 reward. Picture: Provided

Lucy the Yorkshire Terrier is still missing – she has been missing for over two months now and her owners are desperately pleading with her community to help them find their furry child, Alberton Record reports.

On December 12, Lucy went missing from Alberton. Her owners are still offering a R10,000 reward for whoever returns her home safely.

At the time of her disappearance, Lucy was wearing a bright pink collar with her name and owners’ cellphone number. Lucy is five years old and means the absolute world to her owners.

“Lucy managed to slip out of our yard between our gate motor and wall,” said one of the owners, Jacqui Biscardi. “She is seen clearly on our surveillance cameras playing with the dogs across the road from our house, but she always comes back into the yard. Unfortunately, the last image that we have of Lucy, is of her running across the road and disappearing out of view.”

Jacqui added with desperation: “We feel so helpless and heartbroken! Lucy suffers from separation anxiety and all she was doing was trying to look for me because she is always with me. There is a R10 000 reward for Lucy’s safe return home. We are pleading with whoever has her or whoever knows anything, to please contact us. We love Lucy so much and it’s killing us not having her with us.”

Please contact Jacqui on 082 553 0520 or Toni on 072 702 1154 urgently if you know of Lucy’s whereabouts.

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