Lost dog Oscar

Updated April 2, 2011 Categories: Appeals from other rescues, stolen / missing / lost.

Our lost dog Oscar has been reported to have been picked up on the hard shoulder of the M11 motorway heading southbound between junctions 8-7 (Stanstead-Harlow) on 10th January 2011 at approximately 11am.
It has been alleged that two ladies in a small hatchback car picked him up as he was running along the side of the motorway.
The police were called and two police/traffic officers attended the incident.
We have been in contact with the police and the highways agency but neither can find any record of the incident and so we have no idea what happened to Oscar after this and we therefore need your help.
We believe Oscar is not in our area and could have been taken to anywhere in the country! Was he taken to you?

Oscar is a male (complete) sandy and black Border Terrier cross and is 20 months old, he went missing on 8th January 2011 from our back garden in Threshers Bush, Harlow, Essex, CM17 0NS.
He had a collar and tag on when he went missing but is not micro chipped.
Oscar has been with us since birth and was the only puppy in his litter to survive when his brothers and sister were stillborn, he was our little miracle and is very special to us.
We are devastated that he has gone missing and are desperate to find him and return him to his much loved family home.

I have attached a poster with a photo of Oscar, we would really appreciate it if you would print and display this poster for us.

Kind Regards,

Lucy Lawrence

Tel 01279 439727
Mob 07773 709908
Email lucyl13@hotmail.co.uk