A dog that was reported missing seven years ago was found galloping through heavy traffic on a busy highway 300 miles from his home.
The pet was found by a kind passerby who was able to catch her and take her to a local veterinarian, but she has yet to be claimed.
A veterinarian has found a dog named Ruby on a microchip who was reported missing from Cornwall in 2015. Aside from the name, the chip had no further details.
She was found on Saturday (October 22nd) in M11 in Harlow, Essex. Now people are trying to solve the mystery and bring her back to her home, Cornwall Live reports.
Lauren Benge, who discovered Ruby, said she was able to take her to Kew Vet in Harlow.
The number seems to be blocked or disconnected.
The vets are hoping someone will recognize the dog and have information that will lead to her being returned to the correct owner. It has over 300 comments and over 7,500 shares.
DogLost UK is also participating. Volunteer said: Address is no longer working. This girl was called Ruby. She was missing her 2013. ”
There were no definitive database matches, but DogLost UK said there was also a dog missing in Essex’s South End in 2014 that matched Ruby’s name and description.
DogLost UK said:
https://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/1687106/Dog-lost-seven-years-ago-found-M11 A dog that went missing 7 years ago was found on the highway 300 miles from home.United Kingdom | News