Lost: White Chinese Crested Female In South East (W11)

  • Dog ID 116463
  • Status Lost
  • Registered 19 Jun 2017
  • Gender & Breed Female Chinese Crested
  • Age Adult
  • Build
  • Colour White
  • Tail
  • Marks & Scars
  • Tagged Unknown
  • Microchipped Yes
  • Tattooed Unknown
  • Date Lost 14 Jun 2017
  • Where Lost Grenfell Tower Fire, Grenfell Tower, North Kensington, West London
  • Lost In Region South East
  • Lost In Post Area W11
  • Date Reunited
  • Other Info Little Luana refused to leave her 21st floor flat without her dog Lilly who she carried downstairs with her during the fire. Luana & her dog were separated when Luana fell unconscious as she made her way downstairs before her father & firefighters managed to get her out. Luana & her family are in intensive care in King's College Hospital. When Luana became conscious she desperately wanted to know where her dog Lily was. PLEASE Look Out For Lilly. Let's try to give Luana her Lilly back.
  • Phone 1 07775557270
  • Phone 2
  • Reward?
  • Listed By Captain
  • Views 6090
  • Alerts Sent 166


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i cant imagine what it must be like to lose your home, all your belongings, have your child severely injured and lose your beloved pets. my heart goes out to this family and everyone else in this tragedy
DogLostNik - PR Advisor
I am not at liberty to reveal the discussions with the family representative, but we must respect their wishes.
Lost&Found Cockapoos and Doodles
Maybe the family have just got enough to cope with at the moment without the extra attention and upset over their dog? Maybe they just dont want their child to be upset by a lot of focus on the dog?

Whatever the reason it must be respected.
I can not understand why
Surely the more wide spread the better the chance
For god sake these people need all the help they can get.
Way down I mentioned Simon Cowell
If only he knew (Anyone know him?)
If so please let him know
DogLostNik - PR Advisor
We have been asked not to organise any media coverage for this dog. As a result Lilly will not be included in a story for the weekend.
Wonder if dog lover Simon Cowell asked the media them they would????
NickyB yes they could easily but they wont
Shame on them
surely the media, all newspapers and all tv channels, would cover these stories?
Bless you Nik.... I just hope xx
DogLostNik - PR Advisor
We are double-checking the rescues that took animals after the fires. Neither Lily or Samba were taken in by Battersea. Mayhew & Blue Cross are getting back to us.
In defence of Battersea - the dog I adopted at the end of January was given to them by a dog warden in October; they then spent an vast amount of time and effort (and money) sorting out her problems (health and stress) and she only went up for adoption in January, so having been with them for more than three months. She is a terrific dog and arrived with excellent manners and knowing most necessary commands (this was definitely down to Battersea, not her previous owners, who, judging by her enormous fears of children, white vans and motor scooters, were certainly not kind to her and I'm pretty sure would not have bothered to teach her anything). I do remember they put down a dog, I think last year, who was chipped and owned and had gone missing not far from where I live (we learned afterwards) but it turned out (from my reading various reports) they had spent a lot of time trying to locate the owner and either the chip was not up to date or the owner did not respond to lots of messages (from memory), the dog had serious health issues (some major hip problems) and Battersea knew they could not rehome her like that and that she was suffering a lot of pain, so the kindest thing to do was to put her to sleep. Last edited: 2017-06-21 11:19:22 by nicolapicola
I don't do Thunderclap sorry but sharing
Lilly now has a Thunderclap -
PLEASE, support and then share with love and hope ... Let's try to give Luana her Lilly back …
Sorry to say Battersea put a dog down a few months ago
It was chipped and had not done its 7 days
It was also chipped to a dog rescue as well as owner so my thoughts are not the same
I hope to be proved wrong
NickyB - If this dog was found elsewhere they may not have made a connection and won't have got a response to the phone numbers registered. We know Battersea monitor, so hopefully they will confirm they have filed reports for Simba and Lilly.
this is so awful - i put myself in the owners shoes and it is heartbreaking. she is chipped so surely the fabulous battersea, mayhew, blue cross all professional experienced organisations, shouldnt find it difficult to establish whose dog is whose
DogLostJayne - Administrator, Head Office
Please press refesh and alt to get clearer main photo of Lily.
Lost&Found Cockapoos and Doodles
Shared to Lost&Found Cockapoos and DSoodles website, FB and Twitter pages and also The British Cockapoo Society FB pages.

Really hope they are all reunited soon x
this is the link to Purplebone https://www.facebook.com/PurpleBoneNottingHill/
Simon Cowell loves dogs
He is helping raise money
Would be so lovely if he could help here
Someone who shared has just made a comment and it says

Bluecross asked for fostering for pets from the tower, do you know if they have been checked
I posted this and glad to say lots of people are sharing this poster on Face book
Please lets keep sharing
ALL the owners of dogs from those flats need us
Shared to @onestopalldogsLost Facebook and Twitter
This is a post from Purple Bone who appealed for donations for pets rescued/found from the fire:
They stated:
"We stayed in close contact with The Mayhew Animal Home & Battersea Dogs & Cats Home & can also confirm that pets are now being taken to Battersea. We have been informed this is looking to increase over the next few days. If anyone is in need of help or temporary fostering, please contact Battersea Dogs & Cats and Mayhew Animal Home."
I think we really need a coordinator to help
These people had their lives turned upside down
The least they deserve is to get their dogs back.
There has been lots of money collected for the people please could we get some for the dogs of these poor people
They surely deserve these animals back
Coordinator please
Jayne I believe most of the dogs, that were taken to Battersea, belong to survivors of the Fire that cannot take them to their temporary accomodation. These are the dogs that were at the leisure centre. Like Patlucky I'm concerned that dogs found since the fire will soon be up for rehoming or worse if not claimed. They are likely to be traumatised and possibly seem aggresive.
There are various comments on Facebook that some pets rescued/found from the fire have been fostered through Blue Cross - https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10213216524145646&set=p.10213216524145646&type=3&theater
Has also been stated some were apparently taken to Mayhew Animal Home/Hosptial and others to Battersea Dogs & Cats Home. Is it possible for these orgnisations to provide a list of the animals fostered/taken into rescue?
The problem with this dog it was on registered today
If it was say at Battersea as a stray it would almost be time to rehome
Fingers crossed for this dog to be reunited
Little Luana needs some good news
It must be so heart breaking to try save you dog then fall an the dogs gone

DogLostJayne - Administrator, Head Office
Am checking to see if this can be verified....If they are at a leisure centre may we know which one...email admin... and are they checking on doglost for the few we have in so far? Has the dog warden and Battersea been informed as to what dogs they have...have they been scanned?...do they need someone to go and take photos so we can add to our found pages so owners can check?
copied from fb - Please share by copying and pasting
I hope no one thinks this is bad taste but .... 50 dogs were rescued from the tragic London Tower fire and are now in need, Purple Bones pet shop and groomers are coordinating an appeal for donations of food, leads, collars, dog toys blankets, £s etc for the dogs saved from the fire. The dogs are being looked after at a leisure centre. Their address is Purple Bones
95 Notting Hill Gate
London W11 3JZ,
Please donate if you have doggie things lying around you no longer use.
- Joy Ward
DogLostJayne - Administrator, Head Office
Battersea always check doglost..
DogLostSharon - Social Media Team
I have shared with DL FB Page, Twitter & Public. I hope Lily is safe & back with her family soon.X
Please check with Battersea
ADMIN do you have anyone in the area that can go to Battersea please
As this dog was not handed in by owner it may get re homed

Today Battersea Dogs and Cats Home said it was offering temporary accommodation at the charity's south London kennels and cattery for any pets affected by the fire.
Shared anywhere and every site I can
I saw someone on the internet asking for foster for dogs and cats from this fire
Has anyone else seen it please?
Sharing Twitter x
DogLostJayne - Administrator, Head Office
Alerts sent to helpers in W2,6,8,9,10,11,12,14. SW5,7.
DogLostMillypod (Chris) - Administrative Volunteer
Sharing Twitter.x
DogLostSarah - Area Co-ordinator, Cambridgeshire & Twitter
Tweeted @DogLostUK
Sorry to see that LILLY MISSING FROM GRENFELL TOWER is missing.
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