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[Fwd: URGENT!!!!! Missing Miss Bailey]

Post by Ken » Sun, 19 Dec 1999 04:00:00



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Dear Friends, a dear friend of mine is in a frantic state,
her Bailey Boodles has been stolen from her very own backyard!
I know that this list has great powers, could I please implore you..
any and all of you to please help find her?  It would be the best
Christmas present I can think of for her to receive.
PLEASE HELP!!!!!  I have copied the original post that I sent out
to rescue lists (all that I am on anyway) and also ask that the message
be crossposted.  The police, vets, shelters, all delivery and service
people, as well as business people in the area and surrounding areas
have been notified, as well as posters being put up.

Bailey is a very food oriented chow that is extremely friendly.
She will be anyone's best friend for a Chicken Neck...if you are
around the area of Ottawa or Hull could you please keep an eye
out for Bailey?

STOLEN!!! Late evening Dec. 16,  1999  From RENFREW Ontario..
Purebred Female chow chow, shaded red, 4 years old, about 80 pounds.
She is about to come into heat within the next 6 weeks.
Please see attached picture.  If you see this chow, please contact
Renfrew Police at  613-432-3644. her owner, Kathryn Langdon-Sparks at


Miss Bailey is a Show Chow and is tattooed.  Kathryn is frantic
and has had so much loss this year, please help find her "Baily
Boodles!"

Her picture is attached or can be seen at:
http://www.chow-chows.com/images/chowgal/tigh_aruadh_chow_gallery.html
(click on Bailey)

Please cross-post...
Miss Bailey needs to be at home with her doting family before Christmas!

 
 
 

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Post by Ken » Sun, 19 Dec 1999 04:00:00


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> Dear Friends, a dear friend of mine is in a frantic state,
> her Bailey Boodles has been stolen from her very own backyard!

Hi All,

Miss Bailey is back at home where she belongs!!  She was returned
to Kathryn's yard this morning with nothing more than a few
cuts on her neck, some missing fur from a haircut, and a
bruised and battered ego.  Thank goodness for nothing more
serious.

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 Ken

 
 
 

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Post by Eric Hayre » Sun, 19 Dec 1999 04:00:00


Why would someone take her, cut her hair and return her?

Lucy


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> > Dear Friends, a dear friend of mine is in a frantic state,
> > her Bailey Boodles has been stolen from her very own backyard!

> Hi All,

> Miss Bailey is back at home where she belongs!!  She was returned
> to Kathryn's yard this morning with nothing more than a few
> cuts on her neck, some missing fur from a haircut, and a
> bruised and battered ego.  Thank goodness for nothing more
> serious.

> --
>  Ken

 
 
 

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Post by Ken » Sun, 19 Dec 1999 04:00:00


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> Why would someone take her, cut her hair and return her?

Lucy,

My best guess is that the people who took her had second thoughts about
keeping her after the police had been called in. I suspect they had a
pretty good idea who did it.

--
 Ken

 
 
 

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Post by BKenn1 » Sun, 19 Dec 1999 04:00:00


YES!  She's home!

My Dad's toy Eskie got stolen once, she was so damn mean that she was returned,
and she had been groomed...go figure...

 
 
 

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Post by Ashley Crow » Sun, 19 Dec 1999 04:00:00


Thank goodness,I don't know what I  would do if any of mine ever got
stolen.
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> > Why would someone take her, cut her hair and return her?

> Lucy,

> My best guess is that the people who took her had second thoughts about
> keeping her after the police had been called in. I suspect they had a
> pretty good idea who did it.

> --
>  Ken

 
 
 

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Post by Virgini » Wed, 12 Jan 2000 04:00:00



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> Or maybe somebody saw a dog badly in need of grooming and borrowed her
> to do so?  Stranger things have happened..
> Ruth Mays
>  Cinnaminson NJ
> --

Well, that is certainly a failed attempt at subtle insult. Do you know
anything at all about the owner of the dog? Have you seen the dog? So how on
earth can you make such a statement?

Glad she is back home!
***ia