Pixie came home today!!!!
Thank you to everyone who has helped look for our little Pixie in the last seven weeks.
We really appreciate all the help from friends and strangers alike.
She has finally been returned to us after a long campaign of posters, on Twitter, on Facebook and other websites where people kindly spread the word.
She is happy to be home, and we are over the moon to have her back with her family.
Thank you all again. The Lilley Family & Team Pixie. X
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Tuesday, 14 August 2012
Our beloved family pet, Pixie has been missing for seven weeks.
She is a four year old, grizzle and tan colour Border Terrier bitch.
She went missing from our home, at the A30 end of Snows Ride in Windlesham, Surrey on the morning of Tuesday 26th June 2012.
She is spayed, microchipped, wearing a collar. She's a real people lover.
There is a £500 reward for her safe return.
UNCONFIRMED SIGHTINGS SO FAR:
- Local gardener says he saw Pixie in Mill Pond Road, Windlesham, on Friday 29th July - four days after she went missing.
- Possibly spotted on the Old Dean and Barossa Common area. Although we now believe Caesars Camp Road sightings may be a resident's dog instead.
- A very dirty Pixie seen by a man on Saturday 14th July running up Caesars Camp Road at 8am.
- Lady at car boot sale says her friend has seen Pixie in Old Dean Estate the week 9th to 15th July.
- Lady says she saw Pixie running through her back garden during the week, in Caesars Camp Road - wk 9th to 15th July.
- Pixie was seen on Wednesday 11th July on Old Dean Common by a man who is convinced it was her.
- Possibly seen running away from the A30 along Hatton Hill in Windlesham on the day she went missing.
- Possibly seen in the company of a man with two lurchers, who has been linked to past dog disappearances in Windlesham, last year.