Help Find These Lost Dogs in the UAE: Fudgy, Leo, and Lilly
Recently, there have been a number of cases of lost dogs in the UAE, leaving many of these poor animals scared, hungry, and lost. It is a heartbreaking situation, and we want to share three stories of lost dogs in the hope that our community can help reunite them with their owners.
3 Lost Dogs in the UAE
The first story is about Fudgy, a rescue dog who went missing on February 26th at 7:30 PM after running away from his day care handler due to an unsecured collar. Despite the best efforts of his owners and the community, Fudgy is still missing.
Fudgy is a white and tan dog with black markings and pink markings on the tip of his nose. On his forehead, he has white markings shaped like a heart, and on his back, he has a black marking in the shape of a heart. He’s also microchipped
There have been some sightings of Fudgy near the intersection of First Al khail and al Manara twice, on Tuesday and Wednesday mornings between 7-8 AM. Paw markings were also noticed on the opposite side of the road on March 4th. Owners have set up a cage with their personal belongings in hopes of luring him back. Fudgy may also be with other dogs, as there have been reports of several dogs in the area.
The owners of Fudgy are offering a reward of AED 5000 to anyone who can help find him.
The second story is about Leo, a two-year-old male husky who ran away from Banan Beach on Marjan Island Ras AL Khaimah on March 16th at 8.30 PM. He was last seen on March 18th at 9 AM near City Stay Beach Hotel.
If you see Leo, please contact 056221667 or 0525264006. There is a reward of AED 1,000 for his safe return. Leo is a smart and cute husky who loves to swim.
According to his owner’s boyfriend, who was taking care of him at the beach, Leo suddenly ran away, and despite his best efforts, he couldn’t catch him. Volunteers have been searching for him, but there is still no news.
The third story is about Lilly, a Pomeranian dog who went missing on Sunday. Her owners believe she snuck out of their villa in Jumeirah, near Sunset Mall.
They have knocked on every neighbor’s door, distributed flyers, called the municipality, informed all the vets and pet shops in Dubai, and even checked Warsaan and Sharjah pet markets.
They have searched the whole Jumeirah area at least five times, but there is still no trace of her.
If you see Lilly anywhere, please let her owners know. They are offering a reward for her safe return. It is heartbreaking to think of these dogs being lost and alone.
Losing a pet can be a heart-wrenching experience, both for the owners and the lost pets. We hope that by sharing these stories, we can raise awareness about the importance of microchipping pets, securing collars properly, and being vigilant about their surroundings.
We encourage everyone to keep an eye out for these missing dogs and to contact the owners if they have any information. Let’s all come together as a community to help these furry friends reunite with their families.
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