Popular rescue community with local volunteers helping lost pets!
My dog Simon wandered away from my yard when I got distracted by an important phone call. He was not wearing his collar but he is chipped. He was found almost immediately only 2 blocks away. A Good Samaritan reported him found to the humane society but the found report essentially ended up buried in their inbox.
Having done their duty to report Simon found, they took Simon home (75 miles away) thinking that if no one claimed him from their report they would just keep him as they realized what a good dog he is.
I was distraught all day and that evening. While checking the local vet emergency rooms I was given the suggestion to try there. I had nothing to lose. Many parts of this community are helpful including the email blast, printable flier, and most importantly, a Facebook posting.
The next day, the wife of a friend of the finder noticed the Facebook posting and realized that they had found a dog with a home and a worried owner. They contacted me right away and brought Simon home the next morning.
If it had not been for them, Simon would have likely never come home. He would have had a new home and my daughter and I would have been devastated. Thank you for your service and what you do to reunite lost pets with their worried owners and bring them home to a happy ending.
We moved here to Kelseyville and this cat is always at our door and wanting food and attention, assuming it's a female shes super sweet, has a collar with a name Snowflake, and she has a phone number but when we call the number the lady who answers says she gets calls all the time about the cat but that it isn't hers. Just wondering if snowflake wondered too far from home and just camped out here. If anyone knows her owners please contact me. She is here everyday, by the soda bay market off soda bay rd.
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