Cavalier King Charles Spaniel missing in blizzard
ATTLEBORO, Mass. —An extensive search is underway in Attleboro for a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel and veteran show dog, which has been missing since Thursday morning, the Sun Chronicle reported.
“I’m very worried about B.K. because of the snow and cold weather,” Tracie Laliberte, the dog’s owner, told the newspaper.
B.K. was last seen being picked up by a woman near Bliss’s Dairy in Attleboro Friday morning, said Joan Geoghegan of Cavalier Communications.
B.K., short for Butterscotch Kiss, wears a pink collar and was last seen running down Davis Street in Attleboro around 8:15 a.m. on Thursday, Laliberte said.
Laliberte said she has been posting fliers and trying to spread the word on social media. She said many area residents and shelter volunteers at the Attleboro Animal Shelter are helping with the search.
“The outpouring of support has been amazing. It really spread like wildfire,” Laliberte told the newspaper. “B.K. has fans all over the world that have been super helpful in getting the word out.”
Laliberte is offering a $3,000 reward for the safe return of the dog.