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PremierLeague-News.Com - Mouser the Jack Russell Terrier Cross was last seen on the Prince of Wales Bridge
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! The owner of a missing Jack Russell terrier cross has been left devastated after he jumped from her car window on the Prince of Wales Bridge. Louise Boss, who lives in Wales but had been visiting a friend in Bristol with her two dogs on the day of the incident, described how her young dog Mouser, who is a little more than a year old, managed to escape from her car while she was driving. More than two weeks later, he remains missing and it's not clear which side of the bridge he ended up on, although one witness reported seeing him running towards the Bristol side. Louise told Bristol Live that she had been returning home from her visit to Bristol at about 6.30pm on Tuesday, November 8. She described how the weather was "torrential rain" and, because the A48 bridge was closed, traffic was "bumper to bumper". She said: "I got on the bridge and both of my dogs were in the car. Read more: Bristol vet talks about 'lockdown syndrome' in pets and added pressure on practices "Mouser was trying to get in the front, so I told him to stay in the back and they had undone the window. I heard a noise and I assumed that Mouser had jumped into the back, but he hadn't, he had jumped out of the window, but I didn't know at the time, so I did the window back up and called his name, but he was very quiet." Louise said that, by the time she had realised just what had happened, there was nowhere safe to pull over which meant by the time she could do so and check the back of her car, she was miles away. "I was absolutely hysterical," she said, "I phoned the police straight away and there's been no sighting, nobody has seen or heard of anything since." Louise and her family have been out and about everyday, armed with posters and have recruited the help of agencies like Dog Lost to help locate Mouser and bring him home. Louise also said that there had been later sightings claiming Mouser being put into a white car, though she says there have been no more details on this due to the visibility being so low. She said: "It was hard to tell the number plate of the car in front of you, let alone anything else. Since that day we have been searching high and low, but I'm terrified someone has picked him up and has chosen not to come forward." Mouser the missing dog, who jumped out of his owner's car window on the Prince of Wales Bridge (Image: Louise Boss) Louise has also been worried that people may have thought she had left Mouser on the bridge on purpose or abandoned him.
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. "He's desperately loved and he's desperately needed back home. We've contacted all the RSPCA centres, vets, dog homes, dog wardens, even the railway lines and nothing. "Some people think he's hiding up somewhere, others think he's been picked up, but I think he would have come out of hiding now and someone would have seen him, so I truly think someone has him. He's wearing a red and black collar with his name and my number on it and he's microchipped, so there's no excuse at all. "It makes me extremely worried because I wonder what the intentions are of the people that may have him. Have they passed him on to someone else? He's such a good looking dog and a great character and he's a male so your brain takes you in all directions." Louise said that she's aware some people may comment on why the dogs weren't strapped into the back of the car, however she says that she has been witness to dogs in accidents where their straps have meant the dogs are "just left hanging". She also added that she usually locks the windows of her vehicle, however had recently cleaned her car and had forgotten to re-lock them. She went on to say: "I haven't rested since. I can't rest. I won't be able to until he's found. I just want him home." If you think you may have seen Mouser, or know where he might be, you can call Louise on 07541651115 or 07572208940. There is a small reward for anyone who brings him home. Read next: The luxury hotel in Somerset where your dog will have a better holiday than you Bristol vet shares advice on how to spot gastroenteritis in dogs following outbreak in Midlands Kitten travels 170 miles to Bristol by hiding in van engine The Romanian dog rescue in Bristol finding pets' forever homes
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