Lost: Tan Cross Breed Female In Scotland (G31)

  • Dog ID 131175
  • Status Lost
  • Registered 29 Jun 2018
  • Gender & Breed Female Cross Breed (Spayed)
  • Age Adult
  • Colour Tan
  • Marks & Scars
  • Tagged Unknown
  • Microchipped Yes
  • Tattooed Unknown
  • Date Lost 28 Jun 2018
  • Where Lost Sword Street, Dennistoun, Glasgow (around 4pm).
  • Lost In Region Scotland
  • Lost In Post Area G31
  • Date Reunited
  • Other Info Very scared rescue dog, DO NOT CHASE. Please report any sightings. Ran off from Gallowgate but possibly spotted recently at Cardowan Moss (G33) area.
  • Phone 1 07506 686469
  • Phone 2
  • Listed By Butternut
  • Views 2551
  • Alerts Sent 110


Sightings and Information

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DogLostGeoffA - Area Volunteer, Cornwall, Scotland & Northumberland
Bumped on DogLost Central Scotland and poster image refreshed to reflect recent sighting.
DogLostJan -North West and Police Liaison Coordinator
Mica is apparently still around the area and being sighted. Bumped her page due to sightings in the area.I know the Ray has been contacted by team Mica and has been monitoring her Doglost page.
Latest update from the team monitoring Mica:

Over the Xmas holidays Mica was spooked away from the area she had been frequenting and her routine was all over the place, thankfully she didn’t go too far and we were able to keep track of her.
Her routine is still out of whack and she has been appearing at 2/3am looking for her food, she’s still as nervous as ever but is looking well considering she’s now been out on the streets for 7 months. If anything she’s looking quite chunky as she’s not going short of food and has grown a much thicker coat.
Please be assured we are doing everything possible to get this little lady secured.
Apologies for lack of updates on here but for a while the team following her asked us not to broadcast sightings for fear of her being scared off. But this is a summary of what's happened since:

On the 19th of September, they had a sighting reported in a residential area of Glasgow, so within a couple of days they'd set up a camera and feeding station. On the fourth day of watching they finally got MICA on camera - after 90 days on the run!

They established a feeding station and worked out Mica's routine and placed the trap there which didn't scare her off, but by the time they were ready to set it there was sadly a road accident locally and the place was flooded with sirens and diverted traffic and she bolted. She was spotted a couple of times after that, but in new locations.

By the end of October the team had traced her to her new location and tried to re-establish a feeding routine with her. She has been seen frequently since that time and they are monitoring her movements but for various reasons linked to her location which I can't explain here, they have not been able to get her to go into a trap.

The area she is living in is urban and there are many dangers for her as you'd expect for a dog living like a wild animal. Not merely risk of poisoning, parasites and disease etc but of course the proximity of roads. So the team will not give up on her but it is a very slow process. Apologies for lack of locations but it won't help her to have people going to the area at this time, she has a very dedicated team monitoring her at the moment. She is still regularly seen in the same area (she has now lost her collar) but is very skittish and on high alert whenever anything new appears on her patch.

DogLostJan -North West and Police Liaison Coordinator
Possible sighting around Rye road Extra alerts pleas to G21 x
DogLostGeoffA - Area Volunteer, Cornwall, Scotland & Northumberland
The possible sighting mentioned below is from LDG: "Small brown dog possibly jack Russell with a red or pink collar running around gailes road near the carrickstone farm shop in carrickstone Cumbernauld . Sorry can’t be more precise with info but it’s running around fast not letting anyone get too close 😩"

OP of above post states "It’s not mica been asked already sorry".

DogLostJayne - Administrator, Head Office
Alerts sent to helpers in G67.
DogLostJan -North West and Police Liaison Coordinator
Possible sighting this morning and this evening.Cumbernauld area,please could extra alerts go out to G67 postcode area.
I've been asked to change the information on the poster as Mica could possibly now be in Cardowan Moss area.

Full information as follows:

Was previously lost and found (http://www.doglost.co.uk/dog-blog.php?dogId=130825) but is now lost again.

She was taken to Sword Street by bus on 28/6 - it is an area she does not know. Slipped her harness (around 4pm) and ran towards London Road. Spotted on London Road about 4:30pm running towards Bridgeton Cross (G40). No sightings at all from that date until Sun 8 July when possibly sighted Cardowan Moss.

(Her home address is Bearmore Park, Parkhead but she will not know how to get there)
There is a FB group for Mica here https://www.facebook.com/groups/Helpfindmica/
The Lost Dogs Glasgow team are working really hard to try and find Mica but she has not been spotted since soon after she went missing. It is now believed unlikely that she's found her way back to the Parkhead area (which is known to her) and must be lost somewhere else. Any help postering in the areas surrounding Bridgeton, Parkhead, Tollcross and Dalmarnock would be very much appreciated. We desperately need sightings to know she is still alive. Thank you.
DogLostJayne - Administrator, Head Office
Alerts sent to helpers in G1,4,21,31,32,33,40.
On Dog Lost Glasgow pages it says she was in Gallowgate area, was spooked by stranger trying to pet her and she escaped her harness and ran. I’ll edit the info above to reflect this. EDIT - this was in Sword Street, and she ran off towards London RoadLast edited: 2018-07-01 14:33:02 by Butternut
DogLostGeoffA - Area Volunteer, Cornwall, Scotland & Northumberland
Re-posted to DogLost Central Scotland. Good luck to the ladies at Lost Dogs Glasgow who are helping once more.
DogLostSarah - Twitter Co-ordinator & Area Co-ordinator, Cambridgeshire
Details shared to DogLost.co.uk Facebook Group & Tweeted @DogLostUK x
This dog is a Romanian Rescue. She will be very frightened. She may have dug a deep hole to shelter from the sun and to hide in.
Very concerned about her in this heat. Some wonderful Lost Dog Glasgow volunteers have been out almost all night searching for her, but no luck. Last edited: 2018-07-01 14:33:47 by Butternut
Sorry to see that MICA POSSIBLE SIGHTING is missing.
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