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An abandoned puppy found dumped in a hedge in Norfolk is to return to the county, RSPCA staff have revealed.
Snoopi was discovered last week in Downham Market with a note asking for a new home because "my owner doesn't want me anymore".
Just a week later, he has been found a new family and will be returning to Norfolk to live.
A puppy found abandoned in a hedge is being cared for by a Buckinghamshire animal charity.
The pup, called Snoopi, is being looked after on the RSPCA's Blackberry Farm Centre.
The animal was found in Norfolk with a note saying: "Please look after me as my owner doesn't want me anymore. I'll try my best top keep you happy."
Staff at the centre think the animal was an unwanted Christmas present.
RSPCA workers looking after a puppy who was abandoned in a hedge in west Norfolk have described him as a "cheeky puppy who loves to play".
Snoopi was discovered on Monday in a cage hidden in a bush at Downham Market.
He had been dumped with a note asking someone to look after him.
The RSPCA believes he may have been a Christmas present.
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A puppy who was abandoned in a hedge in Norfolk with a note asking for a new home is preparing to move in with his new family.
A young puppy thought to be an unwanted Christmas present was found dumped in a bush in Downham Market.