NO-ONE has come forward to claim a runaway dog after a photograph of it traveling alone on a bus sparked an appeal.
The sad looking Staffie-cross stray was pictured boarding a bus in West Yorkshire before taking a seat.
The dejected pooch was seen to get aboard the 620 First Bus, which was heading towards Bradford on Wednesday.
Bus staff removed the dog from the bus when it arrived in the city centre.
Gemma Burton, who was sat on the bus when the pooch got aboard and shared an image of the tragic sight, explained: “She got on at Bierley.
“She did try and get off the bus at one point but it was on the busy main road, so we got her to stay on and someone stayed with her on the bus before she was taken off at Bradford Interchange.”
The dog was then taken into kennels of the rescue charity Yorkshire Rose Dog.
But their appeals in the local media for the owners to come forward has so far fallen on deaf ears.
Trustee Janet Burrell told Yorkshire Evening Post said: “Whoever her owner is musn’t be missing her that much, it’s been 48 hours now.
“She just got on the bus all by herself in Bierley and stayed on until she was removed by the staff in the city centre.
“We need a new home for her.