Ruari McKiernan writes:
Help!eddy looking for his owner. und at Bridge House Hotel [Tullamore] yesterday…
Dublin SPCA writes:
This is Peanut. He came into the DSPCA last Friday. He was rescued by a fantastic member of the public who found him in Ballyfermot [Dublin]. Some young people were being cruel to him and had tied a rope around his lower jaw with a wooden pallet attached to the other end. They were chasing him around the green.
The kind gent offered to buy the pony and then paid a passing van to bring him back to his home in Tallaght where he phoned the DSPCA. Peanut is about 4 year old and is a Falabella (one of the smallest breeds of horse in the world). He has no major injuries after his ordeal and will be looking for a new home in the coming weeks. The DSPCA has a number of horses and ponies looking for good homes at the moment. If you are interested please contact us below.
I found a Dublin Bikes card belonging to Fiona Lavelle at the Leeson Street Bridge [Dublin] bike stand this morning. I can drop it into Pearse St Garda Station this PM if she wants to collect it or just send it back to JCDecaux, just thought might save time & hassle if it’s in the Garda Station.
I know ye don’t usually do this but… My cat has gone missing. Her name is Suki and she has been missing from the Riverside/Sycamores area in Kilkenny City [Co Kilkenny] since tlast Saturday. She is a long-haired tabby with a white chest and white paws. She is just over a year old so is still quite small. She is missed desperately.
They’re going underground.
Robert Burke writes:
As we all know, you don’t normally do this, but a friend had his bike stolen from the underground CAR PARK of his Apartment block last night. Last seen at c.18.00 yesterday in underground car park of Tolka Vale apartments on the Finglas Road [Dublin]. They sawed through the lock.
Bought through the Bike to Work scheme for a pretty penny, and only 2 months old. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
The committed bike rider’s bike.
Ciaran Downey writes:
Our office [Dublin] was broken into last night and my colleague’s distinctive looking bike, an Iron Horse Warrior Pro – Enduro, was stolen. Colour: Acid Green
Bike had few scratches on pedals and front fork
Manitou Splice Comp fork 130mm travel
Rear shock: Fox Vanilla R coil, 7.5″ x 2″
Shimano Deore front and SRAM X.7 rear derailleurs; SRAM X.7 trigger
shifters SRAM PG-950 9-speed cassette; Avid BB5 brakes with 6″ rotor WTB Weirwolf 2.35″ tires
Frame: 5″ travel trail dual suspension, single pivot with sealed bearings, 1 1/8″ Zero Stack headtube, replaceable derailleur hanger, international disc brake mount
Kieran French writes:
This bike was stolen from an underground car park in Ballintyre apartment [Dublin] complex sometime during Monday night. It’s a Lapierre Shaper 300. It’s distinctive as I’d changed it from a flat handlebar commuter bike to a road bike. The only difference to the picture [above] is the handlebar attachment and the bars themselves had black tape when it was taken! Would really like to get this back as the ba##^%rds also broke my car window and stole my golf clubs too…
A colleague found this little tyke on Camden Street [Dublin] this morning darting in and out of traffic. He’s very friendly so we’re presuming someone is missing him. He’s currently keeping us company in the office but he unfortunately can’t stay long. If anyone knows where he belongs or could volunteer to mind him until we find out where he does it would be marvellous.
They are seeking a permanent place to lurch.
Dublin-based Dogs Aid writes:
Junior and Jade are 4 months old fantastic Lurcher puppies. We have them in foster right now but both are ready for their forever homes straight away. Please email one of our volunteers email@example.com if you would like to adopt one [or both] of these dotes…