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Dog Lost at Crocus Creek is Zena: And she's wanted at home

This is an APB for a lost pet which Judy Grant spotted near her home, saw in its appearance that it must be somebody's pet, and announced it in CM yesterday. Now she's confirmed that the black and white female pit bull has a home and her owners are eager to be reunited with her.

Judy Grant writes:
This morning I send a message of a dog that showed up in my front yard. A black and white pit bull female with a flea collar. Later there were posters posted at Crocus creek, a reward poster with this phone number: 270-250-9135. I called it to tell them she had been here. They are very badly wanting this dog back home. So please, if anyone sees her, hold her and call this number. The lady said she couldn't even sleep and is crying her eyes out. She goes by the name Zena, the dog does, that is. So please help them find her. Thank You! - Judy Grant
See Judy Grant's original announcement at Found Dog: came to Judy Grant house this morning

This story was posted on 2012-07-10 04:54:55
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