Over 400km: Bitch ran solo from NRW to Hamburg

Hamburg “Lea”

She ran away near Cologne – guess where this bitch was found again

Bitch Leah in the carriage box.

The dog Leah after being picked up in Newgraben

Source: Rhein-Sieg Animal Hunting Tool / dpa

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It’s an unusual story: “Lea” escaped near Cologne in February, and now she has been found and captured. Animal rights activists suspect she ran the entire route alone.

FIt’s been three months since Leah ran away from her owner in Neunkirchen-Silschede, North Rhine-Westphalia, when she was caught in the Neugraben district of Hamburg earlier this week. The prostitute covered about 440 kilometers from a small town southeast of Cologne to Hamburg. Animal rescuers, who have been searching for the missing animal since April 20 and have repeatedly found traces of it, assume it walked alone on the road.

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The prostitute was seen in Newgraben on Saturday and was arrested for the first time. However, the shy animal managed to escape and was reported missing again. On Monday morning, Leah was said to have been following a dog owner. Since she learned of the fleeing dog on social media — hundreds of animal lovers have followed Leia’s fate especially on Facebook — the woman has alerted the police.

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The dog chose just the right reference person, and animal hunting assistant Rhein-Sieg, who supported the dog’s owner in the search, exclaimed. Hamburg officials finally caught the dog, which according to police appeared to be “good and decent food”, and handed it over to the animal rescue service in Neu Wulmstorf, which then took care of Leya’s subsequent safe flight.

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The Image had previously reported on the dogs’ journey. In between, according to animal rescue experts, “Lea” was seen in Olby and in mid-April in the Harz mountains near Goslar. Animal rights activists have attempted to catch the fleeing dog with live traps, and several clubs have also been involved in placing food for the bitch so that she is well cared for until she is rescued.

Leah has been working with her owner in North Rhine-Westphalia since Tuesday. The first thing she did after closing the front door was said to finish her bowl. So that the bitch does not run away again, you should only be outside the door next time.

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