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The tiny puppy abandoned at Dublin Airport has found a new home

Little Sneachta will have some happy holidays indeed.

THE TINY WHITE puppy Sneachta that was found in Dublin Airport last week has been successfully re-homed.

PastedImage-72756 Source: Dublin Airport Facebook

It’s a Christmas miracle!

A member of the airport’s security team has taken in the six-week old pup, and re-named him Milo. It was recommended he be housed with another dog, and luckily the security worker was already a dog-owner.

PastedImage-13379 Source: Dublin Airport

A local vet treated Sneachta after he was found in a plastic container behind the Terminal 1 car park last Thursday, and the whole internet wept.

Dublin airport spokeswoman Siobhan O’Donnell said they were “overwhelmed” with offers on social media from members of the public offering to take Sneachta.

PastedImage-61439 Source: Facebook

We also received a number of blankets and toys for him, and these have gone with Milo to his new home.

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