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Romford MP Andrew Rosindell backs ‘Find Lottie’ campaign

15:11 27 March 2014

Lottie is very shy and wary of strangers

Lottie is very shy and wary of strangers

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An MP has backed the search for missing “teacup” chihuahua, Lottie.

Romford MP Andrew Rosindell said of owner Karen Johnson’s desperate hunt for her sick pet – believed stolen as the Recorder reported last week: “Incidents like these are why it is so important for vets to scan dogs that come into their surgeries, so that stolen and lost pets can be returned to their rightful owners.”

Lottie is a miniature breed of the popular dog, missing from the family home in Woodlands Avenue, Harold Wood, since March 7. She requires medication.

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