January 11, 2012 by staff
While many missing animal stories come to a sad conclusion, Molly’s has had a happy ending thanks to the support of famous people on Twitter.
Molly’s owner Caitriona Fox, 27, and her boyfriend turned to the web and asked celebrity dog owners to retweet their plea for help to find their beloved pet.
Among those who offered help were Jonathan Ross, Bianca Jagger and West End musical star Sheridan Smith.
Messages flooded in by the dozen, and soon there were hundreds of tweets, two hundred posters and a Facebook group dedicated to finding Molly.
The publicity worked and Molly was safely returned to her owners by a woman who found the puppy wondering through Enfield Park and matched her to the photos posted online.
Molly, nicknamed ‘The Puggie Bank’ after eating £1.04 worth of coins last year, was welcomed home by her owner’s extended family and a good deal of tears.
“Everyone was screaming and crying,” said Miss Fox.
“Molly was excited but then she passed out. She’s been quite nervous, but then she got into bed with us. She’s not normally allowed to sleep in out bed because she snores.”
She thanked the many online supporters who helped bring Molly home.
“We are completely speechless,” she said. “We have had the most amazing, awe-inspiring reaction.”
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