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Cleopatra came back of own accord. Commits not to run away again

Comments re photo 55593 Help Cleopatra is missing Brothers and sisters miss her too

By Barbara Armitage

Cleo is back! This is the first time she's ever left the farm and we were all worried half to death. Bull Run is not a busy road but it only takes one car . . .

I don't know how far she ran but I just found her sitting by the gate panting and totally exhausted.

We had a very stern mother/daughter talk and she promised that this will never let this happen again. She also sends her apologies to Ed, CM and all the good people watching for her - she says that she will never run away again.

Oh yea, her dad filled the hole she dug under the fence with rock just to make sure that she keeps her promise. - Barbara Armitage

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Help - Cleopatra missing. (Update: Happy Ending - She's home)

2014-06-26 - 1535 Bull Run Road, Columbia, KY - Photo by Barbara Armitage.
Cleopatra, one of the four legged members of our family
has gone on walk-about out on Bull Run Road. "Cleo" is a beagle mix with an over active sense of curiosity. She was last seen leaving Tucker's Station Farm heading west. Her brothers and sisters are missing her and would appreciate a call if anyone sees her. Call mom (Barbara Armitage) at 270-250-2979. Thank you. - BARBARA

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