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Maggie, black/white Border Collie missing from Breeding area

Cindy Thrasher writes:
Maggie, a black and white border collie with a pink collar on is missing from the Breeding area. She may have traveled several miles. She is afraid of thunder and of strangers. If you have seen her in the past couple of days (missing 2011-05-22) please call. She may be heading south towards Burkesville off 61S. Phone 270-459-2969.-Cindy Thrasher

This story was posted on 2011-05-24 03:46:26
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2011-05-24 - Joppa, KY - Photo by Maury Lewis.
This a picture of the puppy I want to give away because she likes toherd and pounce on our free range chickens. The chickens have not been freeranging for several days because she will not leave them alone.She is 14 weeks old, very lively and likes to chew on hands and ankles. Sheis 1/2 border collie and 1/2 Australian Shepherd. Maury Lewis 270-384-8890

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