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Search continues for missing pet Molly

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THE hunt for a dog missing in Moray for the past month has drawn a huge response in social media circles.

Janine Cabrera and her pet spaniel Molly, who has been missing for the past month.
Janine Cabrera and her pet spaniel Molly, who has been missing for the past month.

Molly, a two-year-old Breton spaniel, slipped her lead while owner Janine Cabrera took her for a walk in Elgin’s Cooper Park on November 29.

Janine, who adopted the dog from a Spanish rescue centre, only had Molly for just over a week when she disappeared.

The Elgin woman immediately started a ‘Find Molly’ Facebook campaign which has attracted widespread interest, but so far has not managed to locate the missing dog.

Molly was last spotted near Dallas at the beginning of December.

Described as a very timid dog who would run away if chased, she was seen at Aldroughty Farm in the Oakwoods on the outskirts of Elgin but managed to make her escape from there.

A resident at Croft of Bunaich, near Dallas then saw Molly and briefly managed to catch her, before she again managed to slip away.

People across Moray have been searching for the spaniel, who may have been frightened by her experiences and gone into hiding near rural properties.

Several sightings this month proved not to be Molly, and Janine is re-issuing her appeal for people in Moray to be on the lookout for her pet.

"She is a medium size dog and was wearing a red harness she has slight limp. I would appreciate it any help possible to find Molly," she said via her Facebook campaign.

Find Molly Facebook page including video of Molly

"Out the Dallas way, if you can check your out buildings and any place around she could hide.

"I’m completely devastated and beside myself with worry,"

When Molly first went missing she was in heat and due to a medical condition she couldn’t be spayed straight away.

Anyone who may have sighted Molly should call 07539 102924 or follow the Find Molly Facebook page for details.

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