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The truths they don't want you to read....

Thursday, March 08, 2012

Missing, presumed very lost

A sad appeal for a missing family pet.

Until recently, it was a strong, upright animal, roaming it's wise-ranging territory and ensuring that all was well in the land.

It looked after women and children and civil servants, and all it ever needed was a small amount of feeding and the occasional pat on the head from its owner.

Just a few years ago it suffered a sad accident, when the original owner was sectioned and the new owner released from his secure accommodation to cause serious harm to the unsuspecting beast.

A series of self-inflicted injuries followed as the once proud animal had a funny turn and started running into walls at full pelt.  Repeatedly.

Sightings of the dog ceased in January, although there are wild stories of a possible reappearance before May.

In desperation, the one-time owners would ask that if you see the animal, you take it to the vet to check for any signs of life.
The dog answers to the name: "Western Isles Labour Party".


Spot the Dog (or supporter) said...

Careful Angus do not forget the saying "Every dog has its day". Although as you report this one probably has.

Anonymous said...

Yeah; whoever looks after that dog definitely needs a Sticky Buddy.

Anonymous said...

Is this the same poster the SNP displayed when a local member started to play up and was eventually neutered or so they thought!!

Anonymous said...

Still getting your apostrophes wrong! Dead give away! Now we know who wrote this post!!

Anonymous said...

I want a Sticky Buddy, nearly chocked watching that.