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Lost Sheltie in Leeds

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Re: Lost Sheltie in Leeds

Post by Nikki on Wed 21 Nov 2012, 18:27

Lola has JUST been spotted in Seacroft Leeds. If you're anywhere near there please keep your eyes open for her
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Re: Lost Sheltie in Leeds

Post by Karmidale on Wed 21 Nov 2012, 19:07

Nikki wrote:Lola has JUST been spotted in Seacroft Leeds. If you're anywhere near there please keep your eyes open for her

Just cross posted on FB and asked all to Share ... fingers crossed for a positive result
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Re: Lost Sheltie in Leeds

Post by Guest on Wed 21 Nov 2012, 19:11

I hope to God she will be found safe now. Everything crossed here Wink
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Post by Karmidale on Wed 21 Nov 2012, 19:16

If all of us on FB can post within our own friendship groups and ask to share it must have more power for her safe return
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Post by burnmist on Wed 21 Nov 2012, 21:32

Hope Lola is soon found safe and sound my fingers are crossed that she is found soon.

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Post by mary wynn on Wed 21 Nov 2012, 21:52


hoping it wont be long now in finding lola

at least with all these sightings we no she is alive and sound.
wich is one good news. good luck to all of you who are up and about
looking for lola. clap

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Post by Daisyway on Thu 22 Nov 2012, 10:24

We were in the park at the same time as someone said they had seen her only 25 minutes earlier!!!!

She was even walking along her normal route which she has done with Lesley countless times!!

Seacroft is still quite near to home. Two more sightings last night near Seacroft.
Lesley is in despair tissue She isnt eating and cant sleep and is out early morning by 5am looking for her. Posters are absolutely everywhere.
Will get an update from Lesley later
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Post by Claire N on Thu 22 Nov 2012, 10:27

So sorry to hear how upset Lesley is hugs

I really hope Lola will come home soon - the weather looks like it will be dreadful up there crying

Claire
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Re: Lost Sheltie in Leeds

Post by Karmidale on Thu 22 Nov 2012, 10:41

I so wish more of us were nearer to be able to go along and help with the search ... I can imagine how upset Lesley is, it must be unbearable for her and I do hope there will be good news soon
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Post by Daisyway on Thu 22 Nov 2012, 12:53

It is very difficult because she doesnt stay still and is running all the time.

The M62 and surrounding areas were at a virtual stand still yesterday from 2pm until late last night (two major crashes) so I didnt go along but may do tonight. Will talk to Lesley first though and see what she wants me to do.

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Post by susan on Thu 22 Nov 2012, 15:33

I have been thinking of Lola everyday. And have been hoping for some good news. I am on facebook, and have often shared other people's status so more news gets around.
I am hoping and praying for Lolas safe return to Mr and Mrs Goodwin.
I honestly wish I lived near, I would be more than willing to help in the search for Lola.
Hoping to hear good news regarding Lola.Susan and Shelties
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Post by Daisyway on Fri 23 Nov 2012, 09:54

Lesley was out until 11.30pm looking on Wednesday night.

Lola was spied in the middle of a roundabout and Lesley crossed to search amongst the bushes to see if she was hidden.

The search continues. Lets hope for good news this weekend.
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Post by Claire N on Fri 23 Nov 2012, 10:08

This really is a case of so near yet so far crying - really hope she comes home soon

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Post by peartbrooklass on Fri 23 Nov 2012, 17:12

How awful for the Goodwins - I know how they feel. Hoping & praying that she comes home soon.
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Re: Lost Sheltie in Leeds

Post by Karmidale on Sat 24 Nov 2012, 14:29

I think I read on FB this morning she was spotted again yesterday? I keep logging on hoping for good news
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Re: Lost Sheltie in Leeds

Post by Daisyway on Mon 26 Nov 2012, 13:25

Phone call from the Britannia Hotel saying she was in their car park. False alarm unfortunately, when Lesley checked the CCTV is was a cat.

I drove round Colton and Halton Moor on saturday morning while Lesley was over Seacroft way where the last sighting was (near Colton) and then I walked part of Temple Newsam (1500 acres!) where she was originally spotted. Then i went back to Roundhay Park. After searching all morning both Lesley and I had nothing to report tissue Lesley is continuing to search early morning and late at night. Everywhere I went I saw posters and also asked workers on the sites and dog walkers and they all already knew about Lola.

The search continues..
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Re: Lost Sheltie in Leeds

Post by Pat Wallis on Mon 26 Nov 2012, 13:38

Thank you for keeping us updated. I hope she is found soon.


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Re: Lost Sheltie in Leeds

Post by susan on Mon 26 Nov 2012, 13:39

Lola is in my thoughts day and night, I hope and pray for the safe return of Lola.
Especialy now that the weather is getting colder, with constant gales and rain.

I hope Lola is sighted again soon, and Lesley is reunited with her sweet sheltie.it must be very hard for Lesley, heartbreaking, but hope she can stay stong,though hard it will be. Its good that there are so many posters around, regarding missing Lola, and so may people willing to help find her.
Please let today, be the day that Lola is safely back in Lesleys arms.

Susan David and Shelties x

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Re: Lost Sheltie in Leeds

Post by Claire N on Mon 26 Nov 2012, 14:03

Thanks Jill - very disheartening for both of you crying

Come on little Lola - time to come home now

Claire
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Re: Lost Sheltie in Leeds

Post by SheilaR on Mon 26 Nov 2012, 17:11

Tthis is all so awful for Lesley & Keith Poor Lola also

Thinking of you all and all the help to find her home very soon

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