NO-ONE has come ahead to say a runaway canine who was photographed travelling alone on a bus.
The unhappy trying Staffie-cross stray boarded a bus in West Yorkshire earlier than taking a seat.
The canine was seen to get aboard the 620 First Bus which was heading in the direction of Bradford on Wednesday.
Bus employees eliminated the stray from the bus when it arrived within the metropolis centre.
Gemma Burton, who was sat on the bus when the pooch received aboard and shared a picture of the tragic sight, defined: “She received on at Bierley.
“She did try and get off the bus at one point but it was on the busy main road, so we got her to stay on and someone stayed with her on the bus before she was taken off at Bradford Interchange.”
The canine was then taken into kennels of rescue charity Yorkshire Rose Canine.
Trustee Janet Burrell advised Yorkshire Night Put up stated: “Whoever her proprietor is musn’t be lacking her that a lot, it has been 48 hours now.
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“She simply received on the bus all by herself in Bierley and stayed on till she was eliminated by the employees within the metropolis centre.
“We need a new home for her.”
Anybody serious about probably re-homing the canine ought to contact Yorkshire Rose Canine Rescue on 07784184572, or [email protected]