Bella is Missing from Coffeyville/Montgomery County, Kansas
Lost/ Picked up in Montgomery County Kansas, 1 Mi. South of HWY 166 & Dearing turnoff intersection.
Five month old French Bulldog pup, white with large black spot on rump. Speckled ears. Fourteen pounds last week.
Went AWOL while outside on potty break with our other dog, a Lab. Lab came back without her. We searched woods and pastures for hours, which turned into days.
Went missing Thursday, Jan. 24th, 2008. We are 1 mile from the Oklahoma border.
Please call 620-948-6249 or email email@example.com .
HER FAMILY MISS HER!!
ps: Please cross post, if you can. Such a tiny puppy, to be out in such terrible weather all alone.
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Poor LuLu! At just eight weeks old on September 1, she is struggling to adjust to her new foster home. Her new foster parents, two teenaged boys, and the resident dogs are all trying to make it easier on her, but she still wakes up in the dark and screams her little heart out. She doesn’t know where she is. She doesn’t recognize the voices around her or the hands holding her.
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