Devastated pet owners plea for the return of their much-loved staffies after they went missing from a padlocked yard
- Pet owners have issued an urgent plea after their two Staffy dogs went missing
- The Nothern Territory owners said their padlocked front gate was broken into
- Two beloved staffies Rocky and Rumble went missing on Wednesday night
Pet owners of two staffies have issued an urgent plea to the community, after their beloved dogs went missing from their padlocked yard on Wednesday night.
Rocky, a four-year-old Staffordshire Bull Terrier, and Rumble, an 18-month-old puppy, went missing after the owner’s front gate was broken into between 7pm and 8am on Coolibah Crescent, East Side in the Northern Territory.
The owners took to social media to notify the Alice Springs Community on their missing pets, claiming they are ‘devastated’ by their loss.
Rocky, four-year-old Staffordshire Bull Terrier, (pictured, right) and Rumble, an 18-month-old puppy (pictured, left) went missing from their owner’s Northern Territory home on Wednesday night
It is unknown whether the dogs were stolen or escaped through the broken gate, but owners suspect their two beloved staffies ‘were stolen’.
The owners described their two dogs in a desperate plea to help locate their beloved pets.
The first dog named Rocky is microchipped with one white front paw, two rear white paws with a white patch on his chest.
The puppy named Rumble has a brindle coat with white patches on nose, chest and both rear paws.
Rocky (pictured) is microchipped with one white front paw, two rear white paws with a white patch on his chest
The pet owner’s desperate plea lead to a flood of sympathy from the local community.
‘I hope you get your fur-babies back’, one said.
‘That is so sad and cruel, hope they are found soon’, another wrote.
‘My heart is hurting reading this, I am thinking of you’, another commented.
The incident has been reported to police.
Daily Mail Australia has contacted Northern territory Police for comment.
The owners of Rocky (pictured) and Rumble are ‘devastated’ and has asked the local community to help locate their beloved pets