Irish Rail appeal for help after another dog travels to Dublin on its own
Do you know who owns this little fellow?
Irish Rail are searching for the owner of a lost dog who boarded a train from Newbridge this morning and accidentally ended up in Heuston Station.
The little rogue is being cared for by staff at the station, but the rail company would like to reunite him with his owners.
They tweeted: "Another lost dog on the Kildare line!!
"This little lad boarded this morning at Newbridge, but is being looked after by Heuston staff at present. Can we find his owners?"
? Another lost dog on the Kildare line!! ?
This little lad boarded this morning at Newbridge, but is being looked after by Heuston staff at present. Can we find his owners? ? pic.twitter.com/eSgFzyhdBD
— Iarnród Éireann (@IrishRail) July 29, 2019
It was only last month that another doggo ended up taking a trip to Pearse Street station and many joked that he must have given a good review of the staff:
The dogs on the street must be talking about the good service you give :-)
— Nessa O'Mahony (@Nessao) July 29, 2019
They all want a day out to the big smoke. Hope his owners are found
— Aoife Somers (@aoifesomers) July 29, 2019
The dogs have passed the word about how well you look after them ?
— Kelly (@Kelfogarty) July 29, 2019
All jokes aside, everyone would love to see this pup back home so spread the word and help him find his way back home.