Family and friends of Kit Johnson are concerned for the wellbeing of his two beloved dogs.
Johnson, who went missing over a month ago under mysterious circumstances, was recently confirmed to have passed away by Sophiatown Police Station’s Warrant Officer TJ De Bruyn.
His passing has meant that family and friends have to take control of his affairs, including the rehoming of his pets.
Koda is a boerboel-ridgeback cross and is five years old, and Coco is a seven-year-old Jack Russell. Both dogs have been sterilised and vaccinated.
Cousin-in-law, Tracey Hagen said, “Kit was an animal lover, and he certainly loved his dogs. He was close to them and they even slept inside the house with him, and he would never leave them out in the cold.
“The dogs are used to being walked every day, and they are great with children. Unfortunately, Coco is not so great with other dogs, but it could be that he is not used to them.”
Family and friends are now looking for a suitable home to place the two dogs.
Details: Tracey Hagen 084 774 0993
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