Friday, June 08, 2007

Dog warden

I just received a phone call and at first I thought it was someone with information about Danny, but it was the local dog warden asking if we had found him. He told me it might be worth contacting the dog warden for Rhondda Cynon Taf. We are living near the Aberdare mountain, so Danny may have gone over that way.

I rang their offices and someone asked the dog warden over there. It doesn't sound as if they have him, although, I did explain that although he is a Border Collie, he doesn't particularly look like one. They told me the dog pound is open tomorrow morning between 10 and 12, so it might be worth a visit.


Edward Yates said...

Hi Lynette,

I hope the visit to the dog warden has been successful. If not then I hop that you are doing okay.

best wishes,

Lynette said...

Thanks, Ed. Unfortunately, it turned out to be a bit of a red herring. Apparently, without my knowledge, my husband had already contacted Rhondda Cynon Taf and registered all the dog's details a few days ago. So, I didn't realise this when I rang. I thought it might have been a new lead for us.

Marianne Arkins said...

Ah... Lynette... this is so sad. I love my dog like a daughter (in fact, my two-legged daughter claims the dog as a sibling), so can only imagine how you must be feeling.

I pray for a successful resolution and that poor Danny will show up somewhere soon.

Lynette said...

Thanks, Marianne. I completely understand you -- Danny feels like a son to me. We get so attached, don't we? Don't get me wrong, I love our other two dogs as well, but I have a strong bond with him.

lacey kaye said...

You have my complete sympathy! ((hugs)) My cat's been missing 4 weeks now. I have nothing else to say about that. I'm sure you understand.

Lynette said...

Thanks, Lacey. I hope your cat turns up for you soon.