Shiba Inu flee after owner hit by motorbike in Bukit Panjang, search ongoing

Owner searches for missing Shiba Inu after Bukit Panjang accident

No matter how careful pawed parents are with their fur babies, unexpected situations can surprise anyone. This is unfortunately what happened when a lady brought her Shiba Inu to Bukit Panjang on Thursday (October 13).

A collision with a motorcycle startled the poor canine who immediately fled.

Source: Facebook

A search for the missing dog is currently underway.

Shiba Inu flees after an accident in Bukit Panjang

Share on the incident in the Lost and Found Pets in Singapore Facebook Groupuser Ms. Wisley wrote that her friend was hit by a motorbike on Bangkit Road in Bukit Panjang on Thursday (October 13) morning.

Probably scared by what happened, his Shiba Inu ran away.

Pictures on the Facebook page SG Road Vigilante – SGRV that same morning showed a seemingly anxious Shiba Inu crossing Bukit Panjang Ring Road around 6:21 a.m.

Fortunately, the passing cars managed to slow down and avoid colliding with the animal.

Later that day, netizens took to the comments section of Ms Wisley’s post to share their sightings of the dog named Ritchie:

The Facebook user who spotted Ritchie in the second location claimed they tried to secure him, but he kept running to the basketball court near block 213.

An update from Mrs. Wisley around 3 p.m. that day mentioned that someone spotted the Shiba Inu running around the Cashew Heights condo.

However, when she went there, she did not find it. The latest update of a missing poster says Ritchie was last seen yesterday (October 14) morning near Bukit Panjang CC.

Source: Facebook

Anyone with useful information should contact the numbers on the poster or join the Telegram chat to help get Ritchie home safely.

Hope Doggo is safe and coming home soon

In response to various comments on her post, Ms Wisley shared that Ritchie’s owner had already filed a lost dog report with the Animal & Veterinary Society (AVS) and the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA ).

They also circulated posters in hopes of raising awareness.

Since Ritchie’s owner is currently nursing a broken collarbone after leaving the hospital, she is unable to look for it herself. Fortunately, Mrs. Wisley is doing everything in her power to help.

We sincerely hope Ritchie is safe and reunited with his family soon.

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Featured image adapted from Facebook and SG Road Vigilante – SGRV on Facebook.

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