Kingsbury dog owner in appeal to find her missing pet
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Charlie, two, has not been seen since Saturday
A dog owner is appealing to the public to help trace her missing friend.
Miriam Kidd has not seen Charlie since Saturday.
The “loving and sociable” two-year-old Jack Russell lives in The Ridgeway, Kingsbury but has not been seen since late on Saturday night after leaving the house.
His owner, Miriam Kidd, told the Times: “I’m so worried – it’s really stressful.
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“I urge people to keep a look out. I’ve put up pictures in the local area and if anyone sees him please get in contact.”
If anyone sees Charlie call 07872 111885 or email Miriamgkidd@hotmail.com
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