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Homeless Bexley woman appeals for dog fosterer
A homeless woman from Bexleyheath is searching for someone to take care of her dog until she finds permanent housing.
Josephine Morrish, 45, of Dorcis Avenue, is on the hunt for a dog loving fosterer to take care of her seven-year-old black and white Shih Tzu, Munna, until Ms Morrish is able to get re-housed.
Ms Morrish is willing to pay for all of his food, bedding, toys and medication and just wants someone local to the area to volunteer.
She told News Shopper: "Munna can live with children, all female dogs, and some male neutered dogs.
"He needs to be taken for walks a few times a day, as well as a regular haircut every two months."
Munna, who has been neutered and micro-chipped, is currently under the PDSA and receives free worm and flea medication from The Dogs Trust.
If you want to help call Ms Morrish at 07986 231 719.
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