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Help her find her Susie

Help her find her Susie

Published by Chris Craddock
11:42am 11th July 2019.

On Monday (15th Julyit will be nine weeks since this Snettisham woman has seen Susie.

Since then Ros has been desperately searching for her rescue Border Collie.

Hundreds of posters went up, appeals on Facebook were shared hundreds of times and sightings were reported in the area.

Owner Rosalind Pugh was hoping to give Susie the new life she deserved after her poor treatment while in Ireland.

She had been settling into her new home and getting close to Ros when she managed to escape.

Now the reported sightings have stopped so Ros is reaching out to KLFM to widen her appeal.

She told us:

"The worst thing is not knowing - while I was getting regular sightings I thought that she was still close to home and she had to settle somewhere would mean we could get her.

"The not knowing now is the worst thing - it really is.

"Has she moved on? Is she laying hurt somewhere? I know lots of people are looking for her and they've been so kind.

"But if she has moved on then I need to get to a wider audience on KLFM."

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