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Eight week old puppy Radley was abandoned in a handbag

Puppy hobbled with hairband and dumped in handbag tied to charity shop door handle.

Little Radley was found in a red handbag left hanging from the door of a London charity shop in the middle of the night.

A tiny puppy who was found with his front legs tied together and dumped in a handbag is winning over the hearts of RSPCA staff caring for him.

Eight-week-old Radley was found by a member of the public in the early hours of Monday morning (17 September).

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Tiny Radley

The small, male puppy - thought to be a border terrier cross - initially had some damage to his paws where the hairband had cut off his circulation but has now recovered and seems to be moving well.

Radley was abandoned

The small, male puppy - thought to be a border terrier cross - initially had some damage to his paws where the hairband had cut off his circulation but has now recovered and seems to be moving well.

The handbag Radley was found in

RSPCA Inspector Phil Norman, who is investigating, said: “We received a call from a woman who’d found a little puppy in a red handbag fastened to the door handle of a charity shop in The Broadway, Greenford.

Sweet Radley

Eight-week-old Radley was found by a member of the public in the early hours of Monday morning (17 September).

Radley

Eight-week-old Radley was found by a member of the public in the early hours of Monday morning (17 September).

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