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HELP - STOLEN DOG


gingerdelight 8 298 11 United Kingdom
28 Mar 2011 9:58AM
What fantastic news! I'll keep them on my Facebook though, because it looks such a great place, and I might just get there one day! Thanks for letting us know the good news!
Carol

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RogBrown 7 3.0k 10 England
28 Mar 2011 10:09AM
Aaaaah. I love a happy ending. Smile
peterkin 11 619 England
28 Mar 2011 4:23PM
Very good news! Was wondering about the poor little fella, and how I'd feel if my Tyke went missing. So pleased it's a happy ending. Give him a cuddle for me. Smile

Peter
28 Mar 2011 4:34PM
Great news.

John
28 Mar 2011 5:18PM
Hi - you could add the dog to has anyone seen my puppies - we're based not far from Newent.

I do hope you find him.
chris.maddock 13 3.4k United Kingdom
28 Mar 2011 7:12PM
Funny how spammers never bother to read the entire thread, or even just the immediately preceeding posts on the same page, before adding to it.
If this one had they might have preferred to recommend a site possibly named ItsBeenFound Wink
discreetphoton e2
10 3.5k 20 United Kingdom
28 Mar 2011 9:21PM
ah well. They get points for effort Wink
28 Mar 2011 9:44PM
I love it when 'commenters' ask questions that if they read the description would be totally redundant!Grin Seriously though I & the ICBP have been very appreciative of everyones interest. Thanks again Lou
chris.maddock 13 3.4k United Kingdom
29 Mar 2011 7:52AM
Not my fault if a mod changes the spammer's post such that my comment is thrown out of context.

The original spam (defined as a new user, first post, external link, username obviously that of the link being spammed) was suggesting that the dog be listed on a site which lists things that have been half-inched - without first seeing that the dog had already been found.
Jo_1 5 1
30 Mar 2011 8:22AM
Hi Smile i didnt comment on this earlier as i live in Scotland so wasnt able to give any real assistance, but knowing how much worry id have felt if it was my dog i was checking back here a few times to see for updates. So glad you have found him Smile all the best Jo
30 Mar 2011 1:11PM
Thanks Jo - appreciated! Grin Lou
Picture_Newport 6 659 19 United Kingdom
30 Mar 2011 2:16PM

Quote:has anyone seen my puppies


I was expecting a link to something completely different Grin

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