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« Reply #30 on: June 22, 2011, 05:43:53 PM »

August, that's a good idea to be talking in the yard. I've done that briefly, calling out to Tiger. Talking for several hours would be difficult because there is no water in the house yet - so no rest room breaks - and no power, so no AC for occasional heat relief. Will try more talking, though, and shaking the kibble, whenever we can get some free evening time (the neighborhood kitties seem to like dusk and right after dark). My Mom needs a lot of attention and care right now.

Thanks everyone for continuing to think of Tiger boy.
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« Reply #31 on: December 03, 2012, 03:53:29 AM »

If your in michigan and lose a pet i strongly suggest you post your lost pet on a facebook page called For the love of louie michigan lost pet lookers. here is a link   https://www.facebook.com/pages/For-the-Love-of-Louie-Michigan-Lost-Pet-Lookers/264553563570926?fref=ts

with nearly 7,500 people following the page when it has only existed for just over a year says alot about the page.  they are super helpful and have amazing results. its amazing how many total strangers will help you look for your pet. both phyiscally out searching  and searching the internet and helping toshare and post ur lost pet to raise aweaness.


this is the pages mission statement.....

Our goal is to provide networking, support, suggestions, and encouragement to people with missing/found Michigan companion animals.

They say it "takes a village" and we gather as a community of supporters maintaining a shared goal. Dedication, strength, compassion, and hope serve as the binding forces of this community. Individually, we positively propel our goal. Collectively, we build bridges of awareness. It is our greatest hope we can collectively construct strong bridges that will successfully connect displaced companion animals with their loving humans.
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