If You’ve Lost A Pet, You Need To Spread The Word Quickly!!
My husband and I went to church one Sunday and there was a dog that had been there for 3 days. Others tried to capture her but didn't have any luck. Also, the church is on a major street so we did not want to spook her. We put some food and water down and sat in the grass close by. After she was done eating and she saw we were not trying to come after her, we were able to pet her and get a leash on her. She had a part in her fur that looked like she had recently worn a collar. She had also recently had a litter of pups, but they were not with her. However, she looked healthy and taken care of. At the time, we thought she had been dumped and maybe she was, but not by the true owner. Now we think when she first was lost, a third party took her and then left her after she had the pups. Anyway, we went home and posted on many sites and had her checked for a microchip. We thought we had them all covered, but on the second day, someone recommended PawMaw, so I posted there as well. In less than a day, we got a phone call from the true owner that we had found his Lucy Maria. Apparently, Lucy Maria had been missing since April and she was originally posted as lost on PawMaw. As the owner was still monitoring the site, he had seen her picture on your Facebook page for Glendale, AZ. Looking at the picture he posted in April, you could see that it was her by small details. She went missing at 4 months old and was now almost 8 months, so there were some differences. Without PawMaw, I don't think this reunion would have happened. Thank you PawMaw, after only a few days we already had grown attached as she is so sweet. However, the ideal situation is for her to be with her people and we are very glad that we were able to help make that happen.
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