Amandine Henry and Wendie Renard turned to Twitter to get help from the public in their efforts to find their priceless possessions.

Ozil, not Mesut, but French captain Amandine Henry's dog went missing on Saturday and he has not returned home. After days missing, Henry shared and pinned a tweet to her Twitter profile with a short description and pictures of Ozil hoping that someone can help them reunite.

Ozil is a medium-sized white Siberian Husky who was lost in Solaize, Ozon district.

The French midfielder wasn't the only one who shared the loss of something precious in the last week. The 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup tallest player and Henry's teammate, Wendie Renard, left behind her recently awarded FIFA "The Best" and Ballon d'Or, Women's World XI, trophies inside her suitcase on a train. She retrieved the suitcase from the reception desk but she did not find her "The Best" award when she anxiously opened it. 

Like Henry, the Lyon defender turned to Twitter and wrote this:

"Yesterday, I took the Paris-Lyon train at 9:56 a.m. (express) and I arrived at 12 noon at Part-Dieu station. Unfortunately for me, I forgot my suitcase and in it I had my trophies (France Football and The Best). I realized this oversight once I got home. So, I left for the direction of Perrache station. The reception desk gave me the suitcase, but inside there was no longer my "The Best" trophy."

The FIFA Women's World Cup twitter account responded with the following statement:

"Hello Wendie, we are sorry that this misadventure happened to you. We will try to help you on our side!"

Renard won the Division 1 Feminine, the Coupe de France Feminine and the UEFA Women's Champions League treble with Lyon last season. During the summer, the defender scored four goals in helping France to the Women's World Cup quarter-finals. 

We hope that Ozil returns home so that Henry can cuddle with her pup once again and that whoever took Renard's trophy, if someone did, can be brought to justice.