Peterborough Chihuahua dog found after Facebook plea Published 25 August image copyrightZoe Nrw image captionRocky is thought to have been abandoned by whoever took him from his home in Bretton Publicity on social media about a Chihuahua dog stolen in Peterborough made it "too hot to handle", the woman who led the hunt said. Mesa St.
Friday, October 13,from - p. Cyclists will be automatically entered into a raffle for a chance to win several great prizes, including Chihuaha cards, restaurant certificates, and cycling gear.
Cambridgeshire Police confirmed two Chihuahuas had been reported as missing, believed stolen, within hours of each other in the Bretton area of the city. Coral Monaghan began the Facebook hunt after pleas for her own stolen Chihuahua Lola resulted in its return.
The first one is to bring awareness about the problems Chihuahuq of domestic violence face once they decide to leave an abusive relationship. Thursday, October 12,from - p. She believes its popularity made the sale of the dog impossible.
Individuals interested in participating can register online at www. For the three longest courses, there will be rest stops with water and porta-potties, and SAG vehicles. The event has two main objectives.
She then turned her attention to the search for Rocky, leading to pleas about the disappearance being shared by thousands of people. The shelter Chihuahuz a temporary home that provides homeless women, many of whom are survivors of domestic violence, all the tools they need to thrive in life, including board and lodging, health and substance abuse counseling, education and employment training, and legal and financial assistance. There will be on-site registration the day of the event at Gallegos Park starting at a.
There will be free T-shirts to the first registered participants.
The dog was found in the centre of Peterborough a few miles from where it was taken. Her "Find Lola" Facebook was then used to ask its 5, followers to help find Rocky.
Rocky was taken on 9 August in Bretton, but was found "abandoned" on Tuesday. Lola was returned "no questions asked", she said.
The second objective is to raise funds to provide scholarships for educational opportunities and therapeutic services for survivors of domestic violence.