Appeal for owner of Shetland pony found in Kenton to come forward

PUBLISHED: 12:40 02 July 2013 | UPDATED: 13:31 02 July 2013

'Ribbon' was found in Preston Hill last week

'Ribbon' was found in Preston Hill last week


‘Ribbon’ was discovered straying into residents’ gardens in Preston Hill

We have all lost an umbrella, a book, a shopping bag but an absent-minded person left a usual item behind in Kenton last week – a Shetland pony.

The four-legged cutie, which has been named Ribbon, was found in straying into residents’ gardens in Preston Hill on June 25.

Despite appeals by Brent Council to find its owner they have yet to come forward.

Ribbon has been placed in some stables temporarily by the council but if no one comes forward it’ll be rehomed permanently

Shetland ponies are small but surely not that small that you can lose it and not miss it?

Anyone with information should call Brent Animal Welfare on 020 8937 5252.

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