Memorial plaque is planned in Royston after Lulu remains are found
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A much-loved dog has been found dead to bring to an end a search which has been going on since September.
Chihuahua Lulu went missing after being chased by a another dog near Bassingbourn and more than 30 people joined owner Kaz Wagland on a search party to find her.
On Monday Kaz received a call saying the skull of a dog had been found and a vet confirmed it was her beloved pooch.
Kaz, of Grays Close in Royston, said: “I have buried Lulu in my garden. She’s at rest now. In the end I just wanted someone to love her. She was a funny little dog, loving and very faithful. She was my daughter’s dog but she used to sleep with me every night.”
On Facebook she wrote a heartfelt message to the dog saying: “I will miss you forever and ever my little Lulu.”
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Kaz plans to put up a memorial plaque at the site where Lulu was found.
She said: “I would like to thank everyone who has helped in the search and sent flowers and kind messages.”
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