Lost: Ruby (Tan All Over) Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Female In South West (GL7)

  • Dog ID 39565
  • Status Lost
  • Registered 17 May 2012
  • Name LOTTI
  • Gender & Breed Female Cavalier King Charles Spaniel
  • Age Young Adult
  • Colour Ruby (Tan all over)
  • Marks & Scars Very small streak of white on her chest/tummy. Brown and green patterned collar with purple Tracks t
  • Tagged Yes
  • Microchipped Unknown
  • Tattooed No
  • Date Lost 15 May 2012
  • Where Lost Wondered out of the back garden gate in Pheasant Way, Cirencester. We walk all around the tracks around Kingshill area. Tel 07742 102222
  • Lost In Region South West
  • Lost In Post Area GL7
  • Date Reunited
  • Other Info
  • Phone 1 07742 102222
  • Phone 2 07738 134341
  • Listed By Helen Robinson
  • Views 4718
  • LOTTIPoster Image
  • LOTTIExtra Image


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in the pound a similar dog
I've asked and the dog that has been found also has a bit of white on her chest.
I know it doesn't look too much like the dog in the photo but there is a ruby cavalier at a vets in Stalybridge that has been there now for over a week unclaimed. She is a beautiful little girl and worth a look just in case (near Stockport)
cavvie lover
ruby female not chipped found dog id 43875 also has small white patch on chest and muzzle please check found dog just in case.
Animal Magic Chelt
Any news ?
Owner had a call today from a lovely lady who had seen a dog very similar in description in a local village. we went over tonight and asked people we saw, sadly it was a boy . Thanks Maria
Animal Magic Chelt
Stopping by in the hope of news :-(
Have added her to https://www.facebook.com/groups/333888613287842/449821535027882/?comment_id=449839045026131&notif_t=group_comment
No more as yet to report
A gentleman rang owner last night to say he had seen a dog answering Lottis description in North Home Road, not far from from Loties house.She was being walked by a teenage girl. THE sighting was last MONDAY. Aweek after she went missing. Owner is going to make sure that area is blanketed with posters and is going to keep an eye on that area. I really hope this is her
Bumped due to excellent coverage in todays local paper. Owner has been postering all around the area, contacting all rescues,and spreading the word about Lotti.She has ecently started contacting rescues further afield She has worked really hard trying to find her, someone must know something . THere is a substantail reward for her safe return . Please ring if you know something. Lottis owners are getting married shortly which should have been for them a very happy occasion. They can only focus on Lotti atm. They so want her back .
DogLostReynard - Area Volunteer, Wiltshire
Hopefully she has been picked up and finders have not yet seen a poster or alerted the dog warden, she needs to be home where she belongs
DogLostJayne - Administrator, Head Office
Alerts sent out to local helpers.
Ive alerted Swindon DW as well, Teckells and Cheltenham
Thanks Animal Magic, as always a huge support X
Animal Magic Chelt
Sharing via FB and Twitter. Stay safe Lotti.
email alerts requested. Am sending out advice sheets now. Lottie has been reported to the dw and local vets are aware, postering has started. Not a single sighting yet though
ThanksSandie x
DogLostAngus - Administrator, Head Office & Area Co-ordinator, Milton Keynes
picture on ready for alerts to go out please
this little one is in the paper:
will contact
Hope the wee soul is found soon - she's not in season is she ?
We put her on our ckcs forum yesterday.Last edited: 2012-05-17 11:10:57 by patm
Sorry to see that LOTTI is missing.
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