TINY Death Row dog Alfie was yesterday reunited with his owners after 6 days in a police bruise for jumping up at a delivery man.
The Yorkshire terrier leapt into gran Claudia Settimo’s arms following his reprieve.
With tears of fun streaming down her face Claudia, 76, cuddled her beloved child as he excitedly wagged his tail.
She said: “I’m so happy, we was so lost and waste but him, it was just awful.
“We do all together — he’s my best crony and companion. we live alone, so he protects me and is shining company.
The Sun told this week how eight cops arrived to squeeze ten-year-old Alfie after he leapt at the delivery man.
Claudia said: “I’m impressed by all of the support and beholden for The Sun for assisting me to finally be reunited with my best friend. When they took Alfie divided we was sad and had vehement nights meditative of him alone in the kennels.
“I was panicking we would never get him back or that they would put him down.
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“His bellow is now very scratchy. we consider he must have been barking an awful lot. we gamble he suspicion we wasn’t coming back for him.”
Alfie was seized last Friday under Section 5 of the Dangerous Dogs Act after a delivery motorist claimed he had bitten him.
Claudia, of Kingston Vale, South West London, pronounced Alfie only ran by her legs and sent his “victim” into a panic.
She said: “He gets vehement and is territorial, he really wouldn’t harm a fly. He always watches out for me and protects me.”
Alfie was allowed home after being assessed by experts but could still be put down.
Claudia said: “I don’t even wish to consider about it.”
A Met Police orator said: “The owners sealed an excusable poise contract. As a outcome the dog has been returned while serve movement is considered.”