The extremely occasional blog of Colleen Lindsay, professional nerd, cat herder, publishing optimist, and sartorial tragedy.
Ag shame! Kim, I live in South Africa so a bit far away to help look for beautiful Cleo, but do hope you find her soon!
Oh, that is *such* a beautiful dog. I hope they find him!
What a beautiful dog! All I can do is send good thoughts and prayers from here.*hopes Cleo gets home safely*
Poor thing. I'd be devastated and out looking until I dropped.
I live in Whistler. Amazingly small world this Internet is. I will look out for Cleo, and post links to my Whistler connections. (Its pretty far from Vancouver, about a 2-3 hour drive)
Thank you so much, Colleen! We're still searching and hoping. Support like yours is keeping me sane today.
So sorry. Our newly adopted beagle mix took off a couple of months back. He was so shy the spca had thought he couldn't be adopted. And so shy that the sound of everyone shouting his name made him duck for cover. He didn't come back out until it was only my daughter calling very softly (hard to shout after crying for two and a half hours). Will Cleo run or hide if called? Or come for a treat?I heard a story of another dog who came home after they left a plate of bacon on the back step. Maybe a plate of bacon inside an open crate.Hoping for Cleo's safe return,Karen in Virginia
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