*** Two Lost West Highland Terriers ***

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    My two dogs went missing on Saturday afternoon whilst walking between Lochan Breaclaich (Break Loch) and Loch Tay. They disappeared into the east side of the Forest Commission woods approx 3 miles east of Killin.

    Hamish (Dog) has a black collar and “floppy” ears.

    Cassie (B!tch) has a red collar and is a quite small Westie.

    Please call with any information to Sam Walker on 07764 469385 and any information leading to their safe return will be rewarded.

    Thank you very much and your help is greatly appreciated.



    I found your contact details on The Killin Web Site and would be extremely grateful if you could pass this email to all your friends in the area to see if anyone can help return my dogs to me.

    Many thanks and your help is greatly appreciated.

    Kind regards,

    Sam Walker
    Group Accountant
    Town & County Motors Ltd
    Greenwell Road
    East Tullos
    Aberdeen AB12 3AX

    (Mob) 07764 469385
    (Tel) 01224 870770
    (Fax) 01224 870890


    I have been advised that these dogs have now been found safe. :good:

    ,Alistair Ferguson

    have to telephone all my friends and call of the search parties, tell the owners that lots of folks were out looking as they walked their own dogs

    ,Alistair Ferguson

    also tell them thye can not leave it like that they will have to post the whole story plus photos on the web


    Received from Sam Walker 23-Mar-06:

    Hi Gregor,

    Yes, Hamish and Cassie decided yesterday morning that they had their fill of adventure and were feeling hungry! They turned up at Norma’s house around 11.30 barking for food and Norma kindly whisked up some scrambled eggs for them.

    Apart from looking a little thinner; both dogs look well and are just a little tired and hungry. I’ll take them to the local vet later just to check them over as a precaution but they were acting normally this morning on their walk i.e. chasing rabbits!

    Please pass on my thanks to all the community of Killin as their kindness, concern and support has really made a lasting impression on me and at times has left me speechless. An example of this is a gentleman from Glen Isla, approx 1.5hrs drive from Killin, phoned me on Tuesday night to say that he had seen the article in the Press & Journal. He stated that he was coming down to Killin with his collie on Wednesday to search for the dogs and was wanting to confirm where they went missing as he used to work in the area about 17 years ago and knew the woods in question. Also the phone calls I’ve received from strangers from Killin giving their support before and after Hamish and Cassie have been found has been superb and I truly believe that these levels of concern and assistance would not be evident elsewhere in the country – you have a very special community there with a great community spirit.

    Many thanks again and I’ll be back in better circumstances later in the year so Hamish and Cassie can thank you all in “person”.

    Kindest regards,

    Sam, Hamish and Cassie

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