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A friend of mine has just told me that on Tuesday 30th he saw a Whipet/Lurcher lying in the road near Raglan Monmothshire. He thinks that she had been hit by a car. She unfortunately died in his arms. He is desperate to find her owners. He thinks she is about one year old. All vets have been notified in the area and she has not been chipped.
He runs a pet funeral Business and she is lying in the chapel of rest.
Please contact me if you know anyone that's lost a Whipet/Lurcher.
 

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A Whipet/Lurcher is in the lost Dogs. Same age and same sex. Lost in the same place at the same date.
The person who put her Dog on the dog lost list says it's not hers:( She has not been to see her so I think it's too much of a coincidence.
Being as the poor Dog has died she probably doesn't want to deal with the cost of cremation or bury her.
What a Shame.
R.I.P Little one.
Have fun at Rainbow Bridge xx
My friend tried his best and was with you at the end.
He will take care of you and bury you himself if your owner does not turn up.
 
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