Celebrities back campaign to find stolen dog

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Celebrities back campaign to find stolen dog
5th December 2014

After theatre veteran John Fahey, 70, had his terminally ill dog stolen while out shopping in Morrison’s, he decided to do something about it. 

A heartbroken John launched a campaign to have Minnie safely returned to him.  She needs regular medication to survive. Actor friends of his and colleagues got involved in the hunt, helping send a video of Minnie playing, Minnie vs Lino, go viral. 

Amanda Holden, Michael Ball and Rufus Hound have all joined the search. 

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