In Brittany, the theft of the puppy Sunny arouses excitement, until the support of Julien Doré

The dog Sunny disappeared on Friday April 29, 2022 in Plouarzel (Finistère). ©DR

Julien Doré, passing through Brest for a concert at the Arena on Friday May 6, 2022, was moved by the distress of a Brestoise, whose dog was stolen Friday April 29 in Plouarzel, on the beach of Porsévigné (Finistère). The musician posted a message of support on Instagram: “Help find him”.

“I am extremely touched,” recognizes Nathalie. Since the disappearance of her dog Sunny, a four-month-old Miniature Shepherd, she mobilize on social networks to find him. His latest video has reached nearly 1.5 million views.

A call to Brigitte Bardot

Several personalities have relayed it, including director and film producer Dominique Farrugia, Delphine Wespiser, former Miss France, or even host Julien Coubert. “This magnitude is beyond me”, recognizes the Brestoise.

Upset but combative. She now appeals to Brigitte Bardot to “collect testimonies from victims of dog thefts and make things happen”.

“No recklessness”

“These are professionals who did that,” says Nathalie, who remembers the events over and over. “I did not commit any recklessness,” she assures. This Friday, April 29, around 12:30 p.m., the young woman, self-employed pet-sitter, returns from a walk on the beach. And drops his dog Sunny in the back of his car. “He was strapped into the passenger seat with the window wide open,” she said.

Videos: currently on Actu

Nathalie continues: “A couple arrived to ask for information while I was in the back of the vehicle, ready to drop off a client’s dog in a transport crate”. The man would then have moved away to telephone and the woman asking questions about his services and showed him pictures of his missing dog on his phone.

They leave in a white utility vehicle, I take care of putting the client’s dog in a transport crate and on returning to the driver’s side, Sunny had disappeared, the strap of his seat cut.

The Finistère tried to find them in vain. “I didn’t know in which direction to go”, breathes the young woman. She filed a complaint with the Saint-Renan gendarmerie. An investigation has been opened.

Hope to find him

Nathalie is living “a real nightmare”. “I wonder how he is,” she sighs. She remains hopeful of finding him, scrutinizes online animal resale sites, just in case. And continues to alert on social networks: “I can’t bring myself not to see him again. »

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