An online search team formed for a missing puppy was last seen on October 1 on Northshore Drive in Punggol


Damn it.

Lumio, a seven-month-old pomsky, has been missing since Oct. 1, last seen at 9 p.m. on Northshore Drive.

A Pomsky is a cross between a Pomeranian and a Siberian Husky.

Trampler Jesselene said she was appealing on behalf of the owners to help her find the puppy.

“A whole community in Singapore has since formed a search party on Telegram to search for the dog day and night from Sengkang to Punggol and Coney Island as well,” the Stomper said.

“Necessary groups such as SOSD (a stray dog ​​organization), NParks, SPCA and many others including veterinarians have been notified and leaflets about the missing dog are being distributed daily by volunteers in the hope that people show up with news or sightings of the missing pup.

“Even a telepathic animal communicator was hired.”

When asked how one hires a telepathic animal communicator, the Stomper replied, “They were recommended by people in the community and there is a whole community of animal communicators.”

She continued: “People are going from place to place with a recording of the owner’s voice and squeaky toys – and food because we’re not sure if the shy pup has eaten yet – hoping to attract him.”

The Stomper added that a reward is being set up for Lumio’s safe return.

If you have seen Lumio or have any information about it, please contact Stomp at [email protected] or WhatsApp 9384 3761.

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