Reunited Zena hits the press.

A missing dog has finally been found after three women decided to get creative with their search. Zena – a Bosnian rescue dog – escaped through an open door at her foster home, back in April. The news of the lost puppy reached Shelly Spiller, Amanda James and Hazel Richards – the trio behind the Bristol and Somerset Missing Dogs Facebook group. Following several confirmed sightings of the two-year-old terrier-cross, the women decided to take matters into their own hands.

The threesome set up night patrols in Blaise Castle Park, with a supply of meaty treats to tempt the runaway back.

After a month passed without success, the three women decided to launch a GoFundMe page to raise £500 to buy a specialist wildlife camera. The dedication didn’t stop there. They also chipped in a few hundred pounds of their own money, to put towards some night-vision goggles. After successfully raising the money, the trio planted treats in the park and installed cameras to see what the pooch was up to.

Follow Zena’s Doglost timeline here…

https://www.doglost.co.uk/dog-blog.php?dogId=142525

Read more: https://metro.co.uk/2019/10/03/trio-use-spy-cameras-night-vision-goggles-and-meatballs-to-find-missing-dog-10853514/?ito=cbshare

 

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