Georgie Bell, the heartbroken owner of Ruby and Beetle, two Border Terriers who were stolen from the Lothian Estate on the Scottish Borders back in December 2018 has vowed never to give up her search for the missing dogs. And her loyal Facebook followers of over 11,500 people are backing her all the way.

Stacey Firth, one of Georgie’s many supporters, came up with the original idea to spread the word wider by putting stickers on Christmas Cards. The idea has gained momentum and now members all over the country are sending out their Christmas Cards with stickers on highlighting that Ruby and Beetle are still missing. Over 30,000 stickers so far are with members ready to be sent out.

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“We know the girls are out there somewhere”, said Georgie. One of the dogs, Beetle, had her microchip either been scanned or keyed into a database twice in quick succession. Unfortunately, the database company don’t store the data of where the search originated. This has left the family wondering who did this, and why.

The family pleads, “If you know anything at all, there will be no repercussions, we are not interested in prosecution, we just want our two beautiful dogs returned safely so that our family can be complete again in time for Christmas.”

The main image is the last photo of the Bells gathered happily together, taken just days before the dognapping.

Georgie and Edward Bell have three children – Tom, Felicity and Frankie, who are all devastated at the theft of their much loved family pets. For more information or to get some stickers yourself, you can go to their Facebook page set up to aid the search. Alternatively, please phone 07989 513946.

“We’ve literally been torn apart,” said Georgie.

This is a guest post by Georgie Bell. Want to write for us? Visit www.dogstodaymagazine.co.uk/essay-submission or email editorial@dogstodaymagazine.co.uk

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