Simba went missing on 9 June in a field with "hundreds and hundreds of rabbit holes"

A puppy thought to possess fallen down a rabbit burrow fortnight ago has click .

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Owner Stephen Arnott said: "I'd even bought a plaque saying 'RIP Simba' so when he suddenly reappeared we couldn't believe it - we were overjoyed."

Mr Arnott said that they had been walking near their range in Aldbourne during a field with "hundreds and many rabbit holes", and therefore the tiny dog was with them "one second and gone the next".

"There are numerous rabbit holes, we didn't know which hole he could have gone in," he said.

"We looked in every hole, it had been torture not knowing exactly which hole he must have fallen down."

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After four days of searching and with "no idea where he was", Mr Arnott and his wife Kathy asked a a psychic to assist
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"He'd obviously lost such a lot weight he could wiggle out of the opening but he's tough we named him well - 'Simba the Lion'."

Vet Lynne Gaskarth from Drove Veterinary Hospital said it had been "incredible" that Simba "survived goodbye underground without access to food and water".

She said he had been "severely dehydrated" and had lost 1 / 4 of his weight .

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