RSPCA Pet D Tect Service

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Banjo

I am in desperate need of your help please. You guys have been helping me find my lost Springer Spaniel, Banjo who went missing from our property on 24th January. I have been beside my self ever since and I'm not willing to give up on finding him. At first we thought he was lost as it was the time when the sunshine coast was experiencing heavy rain falls but as the time went on I knew that there was something more to it. Banjo never left my side, he would occasionally leave the yard but always came back to a whistle or call. So I was never convinced that he would just wander off.

We have tried everything possible to get him back, the Pet D Tect service has been amazing and I'm so pleased with the help and support you have given me. I have also done my own advertising in papers, flyers, leaflet drops and even Seven local news covered our story but unfortunately I have had no success. I went to a well know pet physic Amanda De Warren who is confident he has been stolen for his breed and has been taken out of the Sunshine coast and headed up North somewhere?  I come to you as I have spoken to a friend in the media who suggests getting a RSPCA representative to give a spin on what's happened so I can get my story broadcast on Sunrise breakfast show. You may or may not think this is worthy of such a show but to me and my family it is. It has been an absolute nightmare for us, especially me as I was very close to Banjo and he was so attached to me also.  I am so lost without him and as I said before I am not giving up without a fight. You are my only chance of getting my story across to the nation and helping me reunite with my beloved family member. We are also offering a $1000 dollar reward for his safe return. I also think it would be great advertising for the RSPCA as I was never aware about the Pet de Tect service you offer. I know that in times of distress and freak weather nasty people take advantage and can 'steal' dogs or 'find' lost dogs and 'keep' them, so I  want to get across to the people responsible for stealing animals how much it effects a family. My heart is completely broken and I will not rest until he is safe at home with us. I stand a good chance with him being recognised as you can see from the photos he is an unusually large Springer for his breed. We would get so much attention when we were out walking with him, he's such an amazingly handsome chap ( if I do say so myself) So if he has been spotted and is then on Sunrise I'm confident that I will get him back.

So I am begging you to consider my plea and help put together an email so I can then send it along to the Sunrise team.  My media friend would like to pass on the email to her producer friend too as he may be able to help us get the story broadcast for us.

I thank you so much for you time in reading this and I pray that you can help me with my fight in finding Banjo. I need to give it a shot as then I know I have tried everything possible.




 
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