By Ross Findon
Wednesday, November 14, 2012
The dog, who jumped on a bus from Ryde to Newport.
UPDATED WEDNESDAY 14:55*
AN UNUSUAL passenger arrived at Newport bus station yesterday (Tuesday).
The small dog jumped on board the Number 9 bus at Cross Street, Ryde, but it was not until all the passengers had got off the bus that the driver realised his owner was not with him.
Staff looked after it at their office in Newport and appealed on social network Twitter for the owner to get in touch, however it was later collected by the Isle of Wight Council dog warden.
*The dog was re-united with its owner yesterday afternoon according to the Isle of Wight Council.
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by Keith McNallyohanly
15th November 2012, at 11:35:57
Doesn't sound very lucky to me
by alan naylor
14th November 2012, at 23:47:03
I had a cat that was run over he had 1 hear 1eye three legs and half a tale we named him lucky
by John Lennon
14th November 2012, at 12:28:07
He looks lovely! Hope he's claimed!
by kim pointing
14th November 2012, at 12:01:07
Must be something about bus rides our Irish Terrier who is blind in one eye and only has one ear, caught the number 3 to Newport earlier this year. Thankfully a couple getting on at the next stop brought him home. Tell ya the worlds gone barking mad!!
by Mike Crowe
13th November 2012, at 17:05:37
Paul, you are barking up the wrong tree
by ian armstrong
13th November 2012, at 16:46:12
Bless! Doesn't look like he's had any rrruff treatment!
by Paul Strauss
13th November 2012, at 14:39:31
no, he couldn't afford it.
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