Dog found on Lothian bus in Edinburgh reunited with owners

A pup who was found aboard a bus on her own in the Capital is safely back with her owner thanks to an appeal on social media.

By Katharine Hay
Tuesday, 27th October 2020, 7:21 am
Updated Tuesday, 27th October 2020, 7:29 am

The adventurous animal, called Pheebs, hopped on a Lothian bus in the Craigockhart area of the city at about 4.20pm on Monday, 26 October.

She was looked after by officers at Gayfield Police Station while the company posted an appeal to the public on Twitter asking for help to locate her owner.

Fortunately the pup’s family saw the post and they were reunited.

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A spokeswoman from Lothian Buses said: “PUPDATE: Her owners have seen our appeal and are on their way to collect her. Thanks to everyone for sharing.”

Owner Paul Sanderson replied to the bus company’s appeal on Twitter after being reuinted with Pheebs saying: “Pheebs home safe and well, I cannot thank Lothian buses enough for what they did.

"A happy ending thanks to the No.10 Bus driver. Woof from Pheebs.”

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Dog that was found sat on a Lothian Bus on its own picture: Lothian Buses

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