Irish Rail has appealed to the public to find the owners of a mystery dog who decided to take a trip to Dublin on Tuesday morning.
The pooch hopped on the train at Newbridge Railway Station and made its way to the capital, getting off at Heuston Station.
One passenger on the train took to Twitter in an attempt to find the owner of the friendly four legged commuter.
In a tweet, they said: “Anyone missing a dog in Newbridge? This chap hopped on the train to Heuston about 10 minutes ago. Friendly dog, takes a pet like no problem. Has a collar but no name or details on it!”
The passenger shared another picture as the dog looked out the window as the train passed by Straffan.
He joked: “Look, pal, that’s just Straffan you’re staring at. Nothing to see there.”
Other people were quick to point out that the dog may be chipped, saying: “He is likely chipped, make sure someone brings him to a vet to check”.
To which the passenger said: “I’d imagine they’re going to do that. He’s definitely someone’s dog, looks and smells clean and he’s very friendly.”
The dog is now being cared for by Irish Rail until the owner comes forward.
Taking to Twitter, they said: “Another Newbridge dog that likes to take the train. This little guy has just arrived in #HuestonStation & is being looked after by our Customer Information Team. Is this your #LostDog ? @lostfoundpets”.
If this is your dog or you know the owner, you are advised to contact the Irish Rail Customer Information Team.
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