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    CJH wrote:
    Monk672 wrote:
    I agree why would you leave a dog in a car for 2 hours? Something sounds a bit rotten in Denmark for me, I have a jack Russell I wouldn't leave it 2 minutes in a car. It was parked at owners home? Why leave it in car?
    Thank God, the voice of reason. I am not an animal lover but even I can see that leaving it for (at least) two hours in a car is hardly fair to the dog. I don't see the problem in asking this question. As for Horatio One: "This car is not an air tight unit , so it would survive indefinitely" Indefinitely? Now that IS a stupid remark to make. Does a dog not need food, water, warmth (left outside in an unheated car this weather)? And Dagnasty, are you sulking over that remark you made on the morris dancing story which got you all those negatives? I only left one of them...
    Wow. A child has her dog stolen from a car and asks the public for help, yet you chose to throw your hurtful and inconsiderate opinions back at her. Does your life revolve around this website? Turn the computer off and go out."
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Beloved pet dog stolen from car at Double Gates Farm in Upton Snodsbury, near Worcester

Evesham Journal: Beloved pet dog stolen from car near Worcester Beloved pet dog stolen from car near Worcester

A DISTRAUGHT teenager has appealed for help after her beloved pet dog was stolen from a car.

Alice, a ten-year-old Parson Jack Russell, was stolen from a white Ford Fiesta parked at Double Gates Farm in Upton Snodsbury, near Worcester, between 3.30pm and 5.30pm on Sunday, December 29.

Her owner, 15-year-old Kayleigh Letherbarrow, said Alice is mostly white with a brown spot on her right ear and the right side of her backside.

She said Alice is very energetic and friendly and is offering a reward to anyone who helps to find her.

Kayleigh has asked for anyone with any information to contact your Worcester News reporter Ian Craig on 01905 742 253 or ian.craig@worcesternews.co.uk

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