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Thousands and thousands of people on Twitter have joined forces to search for the owner of a stuffed toy unicorn who was found near a baggage claim at the Airport, to and from London’s Heathrow airport on Sunday night.

On Nov. 3, Sarah, Doran was passing through terminal 2 of the air hub, when it turned out the toy and decided to put it to the house after learning that the lost-and-found, had been closed, according to news agency South West News Service (SWNS.)

In the hope that it will work on a range of social media magic in order to bring the magical creature, with its fur-ever home, Doran tweeted a photo of the toy and the details of their place of residence.

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To her surprise, her plea quickly went viral, and in a field that has since been shared more than 26,000 times and has received hundreds of comments.

In the days following the unicorn to the rescue of the woman, who works as an entertainment reporter, and has kept followers in the loop and shared the stuffed animal, the family has not yet been found.

Doran said that the little unicorn was kept company by a number of fellow globetrotters” – a stuffed and mounted grizzly bear, the moose and the penguin and she sincerely hopes that the toy’s owners will be found soon.

“The response to this tweet was completely unheard of. A big thank you to everyone who has shared it. Not an owner yet, but I’ll keep the unicorn safe, and until we can find them,” she tweeted on Nov. 5.

Commenters, meanwhile, have been largely associated with the search query, using the enthusiasm, as a precursor to the London of the woman as a “good Samaritan” for her good deed. A much-praised Doran’s benevolent intentions, while others shared their own stories of lost stuffed animals.

“As someone who has lost a loved one to kiss as a kid, thanks so much for all this effort to try to keep this unicorn and go back to their rightful owners. You are the rock,” one user wrote.

“Did a double take for a minute there, but our unicorn is safely tucked away in bed, and do not have the most distinctive facial tattoo. Lost hope of Heathrow airport, a unicorn will find its owner!” another chimed in.

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“Oh, God. I now have a 19-year-old son lost his Elmo when he was on a cruise at the age of 5, and I still haven’t gotten over it. Someone please help this unicorn to find his kiddo!” comment.

“I’m hoping that they will be back soon & it’s amazing what you miss out on her best friend. I was 3 [years old] little grand daughter made her very popular, and a Large Bird in the park, and then we realized that, we ran back, and someone had left him at the gate, at the entrance,” said one of the others. “We were just so grateful.”

“My daughter once lost her favourite duck (stuffed cat), and whoa nelly, she was devastated, until I tracked it down. You’re a good Samaritan,” one chimed in.

Another one said that the quest was a great use of Twitter, while the other referred to as, compared with the viral tale of the Toy Story 5.”

“I’m not very confident in finding the owner in this case. I think it’s easy to forget that the vast majority of people don’t have a Twitter or social media,” said Doran. “I’m hoping that someone will come forward and I will keep it safe until they do so.”
(SWNS)

As for her own record, Doran said she never expected the pitch to go as far as it has been.

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“I certainly didn’t expect the response it has had,” she told SWNS.

“I’m not very confident in finding the owner in this case. I think it’s easy to forget that the vast majority of people don’t have a Twitter or social media,” she went on. “I’m hoping that someone will come forward and I will keep it safe until they do so.”

“I’m trying to register from the unicorn, with the lost and found at Heathrow airport in the hope that someone will get in touch with them,” she added.

While a spokesman for Heathrow Airport was not immediately available to further comment on Wednesday morning as to whether or not the owner of the lost, a unicorn, had not yet been identified, and officials of the air hub, tweeted their support for Doran’s quest on Monday.

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