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UPDATE: Lost dog now safe and at home again

Shelley writes:

Thank you so much to local residents for their help on Thursday following the loss of my lost dog, Freddie.

He has been found in a garden which was completely walled, so he couldn't get out (not sure how in got in though!). The residents were on holiday. Luckily the next door neighbour saw him and had a key.

So I extend my sincere thanks to the wonderful people of Haddenham who supported me in searching for him, putting up posters and offering messages of good will.

Not only am I blessed to have found Freddie but also to live in such a wonderful village full of
amazing people.

Shelley Sudborough

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