Last Updated on January 25, 2024 by Pets Feed
For the young hunter, his two dogs, who disappeared thirteen days ago, are worth “much more than a car”.
Two Brittany Spaniels hunting dogs named Thaïs and Tyna escaped from their home in Saint-Hilaire-sur-Helpe, a French commune in the Nord department. It’s been eighteen days since then and their owner, Kevyne Deltour, hasn’t stopped looking for them. But he had no luck. Since the morning of January 7 when he opened the door of the house for them to run into the garden, he has not seen them again. The front door to the property was left open. So he decided to enlist the help of his neighbors and anyone who wants a car as a reward for the return of his dogs.
A Peugeot 107 for his hunting dogs
Kevyne is a fan, in addition to hunting, and mechanics. That’s why he buys used cars and tunes them up. This led him to accumulate a total of six vehicles in his possession. And it’s a small turquoise blue Peugeot 107 with 140,000 kilometers that he offers to the person who will help him recover the Bretons.
According to the hunter, its market value would be around 3,400 euros, but for him, Thaïs and Tyna, his two hunting dogs, are worth much more than that: “They are members of my family. Since they disappeared, my house has been very empty.
Kevyne Deltour told La Voix du Nord :
“I don’t care about the car, it’s just equipment. Tyna and Thaïs are worth much more than that, they are like members of my family. Since they disappeared, my house has been very empty.”
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