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Story of 117 Minute Solution of lost pets mystery


Thanks to Jean White of Wheat Road and, Taylor Stotts is a very happy little girl with her two recently lost and found puppies, Mater and Tater.

Thank You,

s/ Phillip, Dawn, and Taylor

Some other pets are still missing. And there are still animals needing adoption. The list is too long. See them in CM Classifieds: ANIMALS

This story was posted on 2008-11-28 05:27:29
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Taylor, puppies happy to be together again

2008-11-28 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Phillip Stotts.
Taylor Stotts has been reunited with her puppies, Mater and Tater, after Jean White of Wheat Road contacted, Joe Hare and Taylor's father, Phillip Stotts, thought the lost puppies at Jean White's might be Mater and Tater, and they were. It took less than two hours for Jean White to accomplish. It would have been worth 1,000 times the effort for the photo above.

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