Missing Cirencester Jack Rusell terrier, Smudge, found safe and well
Missing Cirencester Jack Russell terrier, Smudge, has been found safe and well.
This is Gloucestershire reported yesterday how internationally-famed actress and model, Elizabeth Hurley, got behind the Twitter campaign to find Smudge, who went missing from Rectory Farm showjumping arena at Duntisbourne Abbots, Cirencester, on Tuesday.
Smudge's desperate owner, James Buse of Cirencester, blitzed the online social networking service with tweets in a bid to help find his much-loved pet, and dozens of people joined in the Twitter campaign to help in his frantic search.
Happily, James was able to tweet yesterday afternoon, "Smudge is found!!!!! He's home skinny but safe!!!"
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According to James, Smudge was found wandering home, tired and hungry, but otherwise none the worse for his little adventure.
Another member of the Buse family, Charlie, tweeted: "So he is home and it's like he has no worries at all. Hakuna matata as pumba would say [sic] @busey290889."
Charlie also tweeted this fabulous picture of a tired but very content-looking Smudge, relaxing at home in his basket.
A grateful James tweeted to all those who helped in the online search for Smudge - including Miss Hurley: "Thanks for the RTs [retweets].