I will be contacting NCRD but they weren’t open today.
If by chance you come/came across it, let me know.
If you’ve realized there’s no place like home “R”
We still have a humble place for you in the marsh grass on the bay off the hwy. Please come home!
No questions asked.
CALL MURPHY AT 503-368-7729
After receiving a call from a member of the community who spotted Luna, we were able to successfully rescue her!
The BBQ came through!
Thank you to the person who spotted her, during the rush of emotion, I couldn’t recall your name, but we are eternally grateful to you.
Good things happen, thank you all!!
Luna went missing around 1 pm yesterday about a mile down Miami Foley from Mohler, just before Foss Rd.
She is a small, tri-color Australian Shepherd mix, about 30 Ibs.
She is hesitant to approach strangers and unfamiliar dogs, and she may be hiding underneath something in an attempt to seek shelter.
If you have any information as to her whereabouts, see her walking down a road, or hiding underneath something, please contact me at 845-616-6954.
Moon is our very beloved Kitty. She is a wild child and lives indoor/outdoor. She is a tabby with lots of orange coloring, including a little orange “flame” on her forehead. If you’ve seen her please know she has a home – she is very loved and cared for. Please call or text 503-819-9400 if you have seen her.
She went missing in the Spyglass/ Necarney area of Manzanita.
They were in the case (I think), a bigger plastic Lacoste hard clamshell case. Gold rimmed metal frames. Lord it was nice to see so well for a couple of days— please let me know if you have any leads!
Name: Uni (Pronounced Oo-knee).
Age: 4 years old.
Color: Red and White coat with blue eyes.
Weight: 45lbs. A bit smaller, stockier than average huskies. (Will probably look skinnier now)
Lost in Ecola State Park on June 11th.
Last Seen: Short Sand Beach and NeahKahnie Beach on 7/6/2022.
Note: She was wearing a white biothane buckle collar with a name tag on plus a black e-collar high up on her neck at the time of her missing.
If you spot her, please DO NOT APPROACH OR ATTEMPT TO LURE HER. Keep a distance and call me ASAP 419-787-8331 with as much detail as possible.’
With palms together,
Early this morning, our female tuxedo rescue, Wave, escaped our home. We live on SPRUCE ST. in Wheeler. Wave, just under 2 years old, is skittish and lives indoors, previously being too scared to venture more than a few feet outside of our house, and not without her twin brother Tide being there. It’s highly unusual that she’s gone far enough to go missing, so we are very worried. We have searched extensively on our property, and surrounding natural areas, including up and down Spruce St., and through the neighborhood. Wave is half of a deeply-bonded twin pair, and her brother is distraught about her disappearance.
If you live in Wheeler, and especially on Spruce Street, please keep your eyes peeled and ears open for meowing. If you are up for it, even check out potential hiding spots like bushes and sheds for us, we would be so very appreciative.
If you see her or think you see her, please CALL or TEXT Alaya: 206-618-9705 or Chad: 503-778-0174. We can also be reached by email: email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org.
She is micro-chipped. We have also cross posted on Facebook, and Instagram for sharing purposes.
Thank you for your help! Let’s bring Wave home!