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Homeless man reunited with beloved rat after his call to be viral it goes
Animals A homeless man from Sydney, was yesterday reunited with his beloved pet: a tame rat named Lucy. The creature disappeared a week ago, and then a call from the guy massively shared on the internet. The police succeeded finally in to Lucy.

The 59-year-old Chris would've been a while on the street stay, along with Lucy. According to local residents is the duo inseparable. But at the beginning of april it disappeared his faithful companion. According to Chris, Lucy stolen when he went to the toilet. the

He wrote a note to passers-by in to lights, in the hope that someone would know where the rat stayed: “My pet rat Lucy was stolen on Saturday. Lucy is black and white with a little brown”.

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Alyson Pearce, Chris and Lucy to say that almost daily pass, took a picture of the sad man. That photo she put on a Facebook page for lost pets. “(Chris and Lucy) are a fixed value of the city life in Sydney and I always had to smile when I saw them,” writes Pearce. “So I was really upset today when I Chris without Lucy saw and heard that a heartless person her had meegegraaid.” She asked for the message as much as possible to spread. the

The call worked. In a few days time, the picture more than five thousand times divided, and, the story was picked up by the local news media. Also the police of Sydney, its advantages are with the case. They could eventually Lucy to debug.

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