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Ipswich: Appeal after lost puppy found in Lower Dales View Road

PUBLISHED: 21:22 02 April 2013 | UPDATED: 22:50 02 April 2013

A PUPPY has been found wandering the streets of Ipswich this evening and an appeal has been made for its owner to come forward.

The tiny black dog - described as being “about the size of a small cat” - was found in Lower Dales View Road, off Norwich Road, at about 7.30pm.

The puppy is about 10 weeks old, has a pinched face and is not wearing a collar.

Anyone who has lost a puppy matching this description can call Pat on 07747 894450.

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