Summary: Marisol’s Story

Our dog, Marisol, was attacked by another dog on Nov. 2 and ran away from her dog walking group in the Fells Reservation near Medford, MA.


Call/text us at 781-334-8364 AS SOON AS POSSIBLE after a sighting. Call or text any time, 24/7, if you think you’ve seen Marisol! [click to email]

—> Why shouldn’t I yell her name? How can I help?

—> I live nearby and want to volunteer. Sign me up!

—> I want to hang signs, what do I do?

—> If I happen to see Marisol, what should I do?

Most recent sighting: 5/16/12

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104 Responses to Summary: Marisol’s Story

  1. Laura says:

    Hi Anindita, so sorry Marisol is missing. What about putting out notices to the bars, and the college kids in the area?

  2. Gillian says:

    I know you are trying to reach out to as many people as possible. Why not contact city hall and see if it is possible to do a automated phone message like when we have street cleaning or a trash collection message. Just a thought.

  3. Carla Iwata says:

    I know this sounds ridiculously obvious and I’m sure you and others have scoured the direct area from where Marisol ran, but twice when my pets escaped/became lost they were hiding very close to where they had disappeared. Are there any sheds/abandoned buldings in the immediate area of Fells Reservation she could have possibly entered from BENEATH (such structures)? From what I have experienced first-hand and heard second-hand, cats are more likely to have the uncanny ability to find their way home, even from quite far away. Dogs, on the other hand, tend to stick closer to the site where they went missing. Just a thought… It could also be possible that someone took her in and has not reported it yet, and hasn’t heard of your plight. I’m sure you have alerted many police stations in surrounding cities and towns, which is great. Finally, have you contacted Fox TV? Go onto their website myfoxboston and click “submit news tips” . I’ll bet they will find this newsworthy for a human interest story and help you get the word out!! Very best wishes for a speedy return…Don’t lose hope! My thoughts and prayers are with you and your beloved pet.

    • anindita says:

      There are just too many possibilities — so many porches she could hide under, sheds, open garages. There’s also a hospital and a high school in the area, and we’ve been walking all around them. We also checked the alleys by the restaurants nearby in case she was scavenging there and hiding close by… thanks for the news suggestion. We’re looking into it.

      • Nancy says:

        My landlords dog was found just one street up – but it seems that Marisol has wandered farther away. I pray you find her. I work and live near you, so will definitely be on the lookout for you. Poor thing – and it’s so wet and rainy!

        • anindita says:

          Thank you for keeping an eye out for her!

          • Nancy says:

            You probably have already done this, but make sure the local cities dogcatchers are aware – sometimes people just call them to come get the dog (I know someone who got their dog back that way).

          • anindita says:

            Thanks, Nancy! I’ve been checking in with animal control every couple of days to let them know that Marisol is still missing and when there’s a recent sighting in their area.

  4. Bianca says:

    I am so sorry about your dog, I understand what you must be going through. I am thinking positive thoughts for her to come home safely!

  5. Deborah Kops says:

    Anindita, I’m really sorry you’re still searching. I was cleaning out very old files and found some advice re: lost dogs that was unusual. This was from someone on a list serve for Portuguese Water Dogs (I have a 10-yr-old, Elsie). She advised not to call out to the dog because they are in a flight/panic mode and hear better than usual, which is very, very well. Her advise when you finally see the dog: become very still and slow. If you can, approach from down wind. Crouch down. Don’t use direct eye contact. Let your dog become used to your presence and approach you, all of which can take hours! She says that according to animal tracking experts your dog literally may not recognize you if it’s in panic mode. This is odd advice, but fyi in case you find it of value. Good luck!

    With admiration for your strenght and courage,

    • anindita says:

      Thanks, Deborah. The tracker we worked with said something similar — she said if we see her, we can call her for attention and talk to her in a playful voice, but we should actually run away from her and then crouch down, essentially turning ourselves from predator to prey, and then let her come over to investigate us. She said once Marisol touches us, she’ll know who we are and become our dog again, but for now her priorities are safety, water, food, and shelter.

  6. Danielle says: is an automated line that will call everyone in your neighborhood. It’s not free but it’s not a ton of money either.

  7. L-Train says:

    That is so sad- your pup is adorable. I’ll keep my eyes peeled since I’m in that area from time to time.

    A NOTE TO ANYONE READING THIS: Program that contact info into your cell phone and walk/run/ride the Fells with peanut butter in your pocket if you’re going to be there, anyway.

  8. Monica says:

    My family lives on Governors Ave and my niece was the one who found the first dog that was attacked. I am in that area reguarly and I have your number programmed in my cell. Please know I will do whatever I can to help bring Marisol home.
    Best wishes.

    • anindita says:

      Thanks so much, Monica! Toby was such a brave dog. He’s normally on the timid side, but he put his whole body between the attacker and his group. He’s still recovering, but he’s doing a lot better. I’m so glad your niece found him!

  9. Jody says:

    I received your flier and live near Medford Sq. on chestnut st. I sent out your website and notice to a triathlon team that I am on because lots of people on the team either run or bike in the Fells. Also this could be a total coincidence but there was a dog poop in my backyard last week when I came out in the morning to let my own dog out (either thursday or friday can’t remember for sure) it was not my own dogs, so who knows….we are certainly keeping a watchful eye out and have been taking an extra leash with us out on our walks. best of luck!

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  11. Heather says:

    This is so heartbreaking. I work at Tufts in Medford and just asked a student to send this out to the Tufts Mountain Club, which has a weekly trip to the Fells. I hope it helps!

  12. Stefanie says:

    Have you posted to the Arlington List yet? They have a huge readership, and there are frequently lost dog postings on there.

    I really hope Marisol returns to you safe and sound, and soon.

  13. Mindy says:

    Make sure to check with the post office and sanitation office!!! My friend’s dog was lost in the Fell’s and after 1 week of sightings, was returning tired, and where she was lost, but the post office was so helpful with sightings.

  14. pam sarno says:

    Does she like hot dogs?

  15. Rachel H. says:

    We will keep an eye out when we go walking Fri in the Fells. I’ve also printed a poster to put up at Canine University (where I work). Best of luck!

  16. Teri Carper says:

    Saw your ad on my FB and posted the story to my wall. You and Marisol are in my thoughts and prayers.

    • anindita says:

      Thank you, Teri!

      • Teri Carper says:

        Is there any chance that this story would be interesting to one of the local news/media outlets? I know they don’t do stories on missing animals themselves, but the grassroots movement you started in and of itself is newsworthy, no? And it’d of course be more advertising for Marisol! Might be worth a shot!

        • anindita says:

          InsideMedford, Medford & Melrose Patch, and the Winchester Star, all ran something about Marisol, which was terrific — we’re trying to reach people who live in the area where she has been seen, so that was really helpful!

  17. Meredith K says:

    I am so sorry to hear about your missing pup. I’ve posted to twitter and facebook in hopes that folks in my network may be able to help find her. We go to the Fells almost every weekend with our pup Cleo so we will be on the lookout this Saturday when we go. I hope you have good news soon!

  18. John says:

    Keep your chin up. My dog got hit by a car and ran off, I plastered the city with flyers, ads in the paper, nothing. A MONTH later got a call from a woman who said “I think my friend has your dog, but she loves her so much she may not want to give her back, I gave her your flyer but you should call her.” I called, she was out of town on vacation…a week later when she returned from a trip to the beach (with my dog!) I went over and gratefully got her back. There is hope! Plus reddit’s on the case and that crew of freaks are scarygood when they hivemind in on something.

    • andrew says:

      Hey John I’m really glad you got your dog back. Also, your story totally made me laugh (which I seriously needed, thanks). I’m sure it was awful at the time, but how can you beat a free beach trip! Mari would approve.

  19. Karen Priest says:

    Marisol’s picture flashed up on a FB ad this morning and caught my eye. I posted a link on my page b/c we have several puppy owners who walk at the Fells, and a a lot of “dog people” check our page daily.

    I just know Marisol’s adventure will have a happy ending. If everyone sticks to your plan, I am sure you will have her back soon!

  20. Lauren says:

    My heart breaks for you both and Marisol. As a former MSPCA employee, I adore animals and want nothing more than every animal to have a family as loving as you guys. I’m now a stay-at-home mom and we spent Tuesday driving/walking the Medford/Winchester area trying to look for Marisol. I truly was hoping for a miracle sighting. Another suggestion I had was to check in at the local cemetaries and ask employees to keep an eye out for Mari. Cemetaries are often quiet places and might seem safe to a confused and lost dog. Also, be sure to check in with all the animal control agencies often due to holds, etc. (Frequently, if people do pick up a stray pet, they often turn in the animal at a shelter close to their home which might not necessarily be in the neighborhood where Mari was found.) I’ll be praying for Mari’s safe return.

    • anindita says:

      Thanks, Lauren! The cemetery is a great idea — there’s a big one in Winchester across from the Fells. We’ll stop by and talk to someone there.

  21. Sarah says:

    Hi, I just found your website. Unfortunately I do not live near where Marisol has been sighted, but I’ll keep an eye out in my area, just in case (Somerville).

    I did find this website though, it might be helpful (since it’s a pet fostering network, they’re spread out and the dogs must get walked!).

    Best wishes for you both and Marisol, the pictures are adorable and I hope you find each other soon!

    • anindita says:

      Thanks, Sarah! Pets in Need has been great, actually — they’ve been posting and distributing our flyer at their events, which we really appreciate.

  22. Susan says:

    Hi, I wanted to let you know that I have been spreading the word – I even carry a picture of your dog to show people. did a hike on Thursday (met one of your people posting flyers) and today for about an hour. Today I couldn’t access the long pond lot so I went to the next lot (towards Medford). I did roam (it was very quiet outside of my steps and that of my dog and friends). I also drove the South Border Rd area last evening 7:30-8:00 and on the back side Hillcrest I think that loops around the back of the woods. I hope you find her soon. Are you planning any organized search missions (very quietly) to avoid scaring the dog? Please keep me posted. thank you!

    • anindita says:

      Thank you so much, Susan! For now we’re trying to keep things as normal as possible (ie not too many people descending on the woods at once) so that Marisol sticks around and doesn’t get spooked. At some point we’ll set up a feeding station for Marisol and then hopefully stake it out, but for now we’d love for Fells regulars to keep an eye out for her and call in sightings, so we’re doing as much as we can to make sure people who hike there know about her.

  23. Susan says:

    one last thing. did the tracker say whether the dog would be more apt to move during the day or evening hours? So far, my trips (outside of the drive) have been early morning 8:00-9:00

    • anindita says:

      It’s hard to say — for now we’re trying to collect as much information as we can through sightings (and right now it’s tough to say which are “real” sightings because a lot of people are unsure whether they saw Marisol or another dog or even a fox!), and then the pet profiler’s going to look for patterns so we can set up a feeding station and try to create some new, predictable patterns.

  24. Jesse Beach says:

    My girlfriend and I saw her here yesterday, 11/13, around 3.30pm, right on the little strip of land between the Quarter Mile pond and the Spot Pond. She seemed to be walking down a path from Woodland Rd. She seemed healthy.

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  26. Kathie Gagne & Brady the Lil Boston Terrier says:

    My heart aches for you…..please don’t give up hope…I truly believe you will get Marisol back….I lost my Lil Man Brady in Dover, Delaware at the NASCAR race for 5 days and the same thing happened….constant sightings and calls being placed to us….we put over 300 posters out with pictures of him on every street sign, school area, churches, shopping plazas and every street and house within the 10 mile radius of where he went missing….

    Consider leaving familiar scents outside for her…..your clothing, her blankies, bedding, toys, favorite treats, anything!!

    My thoughts and prayers are with you and Marisol…..Brady and I will be sending all the positive vibes we can your way in hopes it sends you towards one another…I wish you nothing but the best….Good luck and stay positive…Marisol needs that right now…..Hugs to you and God Bless

    • anindita says:

      Thanks, Kathie! We’ve been doing everything we can to get the word out — lawn signs, 1500 posters/flyers, 500 mini-fliers, a Facebook ad — we even hired a tracker and PI. We’re planning to leave the familiar stuff out as soon as we get some sightings, but right now we’re just waiting and trying to keep doing outreach because it’s been a couple of days since the last one. I’m so glad you got Brady back!

  27. Crystal says:

    I’ve been walking in the Fells every day keeping a lookout. I’ve usually got a couple dogs with me so I hope that wouldn’t scare her off.
    Would you know if she’d be prone to staying on the trails or close by them, or wandering around randomly? There are a lot of little foot paths that go off of the main trails everywhere. She might be following those?
    Anyway, I have your phone number programmed in my phone. I really hope she gets found!!

    • anindita says:

      Thanks, Crystal! She hasn’t approached any groups, and I don’t think she’ll put herself in a situation where she’s outnumbered (she was a street dog, so she’s pretty savvy!) but she’s a social dog so she’ll look for playmates. Our PI said she’s probably hanging out of sight and observing people for a while before deciding whether to approach them, so I’m guessing she’s off of the main trails but close enough that she can come play if she finds someone she considers safe.

  28. joyce says:

    I am thinking of you at this sad time i cant imagine what you must be going through lets hope your lovely Marisol is reunited with you soon i will say a pray for you both oxox

  29. Anindita,

    I lost my golden Teddy when I was out of the state a while back. Searhcing for Teddy was done primarily on foot. You need to get your sent out here where the dog was lost. It sticks to the trees, leaves, grass etc. That will keep your dog in the ares. Please feel free to email me and I can call you with some valuable advise that worked for us.
    Also, I helped a woman who lost her dog in Springfield this summer. This particular dog had many is issues. He was very fearful and very timid by nature. They contacted animal control. Animal control set up some traps with food in them and that is how they caught him after 86 days. Good luck and call if you need me out there. Or, just call and I can tell you what I did to get our Teddy back. Patricia

  30. Kim says:

    My friend Susan, Susan’s dog Baxter, and I were over at the Cambridge resevoir on Sunday looking for Marisol, as there was a sighting there earlier in the day. While there, we passed out many fliers to other folks walking dogs in the park. At least one other person said they had seen Marisol, while they were in the park. It is possible that Marisol still there because it is a very animal-friendly place. If you go, there is plenty of parking, but it is normally for Cambridge residents only. However, if you tell the park ranger that you are looking for a lost dog, you can easily get a visitor parking pass for your vehicle.

    • anindita says:

      Thank you, Kim! You and Susan are amazing for everything you did to follow up on the sighting. The area (along with Danehy Park and a couple of other nearby places) has now been postered, so hopefully anyone else who saw Mari that day will call.

  31. karen says:

    Are you able to say where in the fells the latest possible sighting was located? Did any other info come in with the call? Are you able to question people to try to determine if they are reporting a fox or not?

    • anindita says:

      That was a blurry possible sighting from yesterday — today we received a detailed sighting that completely trumps it. Andrew just posted about it, actually…

  32. karen says:

    Sometimes I am up at 4 or 5 am like now! If you want a person to drive/walk around to try and catch another sighting send an email.

  33. bella says:

    so happy to see there was another sighting yesterday, 11/28! such great news…

  34. patty says:

    My heart goes out to you. When im out driving around, I look for both Marisol and Daisey. Im on the Daisey team, been on it from the start, since july. its been a while but shes still out there. And Im sure so is Marisol.
    One of the things I did, I would like to share with you. I have written the story for “Letters to the Editor”, and sent to local papers. Its free and it gets your story out there. You can ask for help through the letter, give your website, tell people what to do if the see her. Also, if you do this, please remember to send a picture. The papers have been great with us. Some towns have multiple papers. Like Stoneham has the Stoneham Sun and Stoneham Independant. If you want me to send you the names/phone numbers I have for the papers, pls send email to And ask to forward to Patty. I hope this helps. God bless Marisol and Daisey. And their owners.

    • anindita says:

      Thanks so much, Patty! I really appreciate your keeping an eye out for Mari while looking for Daisey — we have a lot of wonderful people looking out for both dogs, and I hope they’re brought home soon. Many thanks!

  35. Sarah says:

    I’m so sorry you’re going through this, but I have faith that you’ll find your pup! Two years ago our dog went missing in South Boston (where we live) and we found him a few days later a couple of miles away in Dorchester. It was amazing how he got there and that he was able to survive his city travels (he was spotted running south on I-93 northbound at one point). We forget how remarkable their instincts are!

    Anyway, at the time, my grandfather told us that when he went rabbit hunting with his beagles, one would sometimes take off after a rabbit and not come back. Once it started to get dark with no sign of the dog, he would take off his jacket and lie it on the ground. The next morning he would come back and the dog would be lying on his jacket. You might take a used bed sheet or towel or a sweaty t-shirt and hang it in a strategic location in the Fells. It might do the trick!

    Best of luck and I will keep my eyes peeled when I’m there with Buddy!


    • anindita says:

      Thanks! We’ve been leaving out t-shirts and things at the comfort stations we’ve set up but unfortunately haven’t intercepted her yet. Hopefully sometime soon…

  36. Katelyn says:

    Hi, I just wanted to let you know I posted this link to the rescue that I adopted from Lucky Lab Rescue on facebook. The rescue is out of Indiana but there are a ton of adopters in the Boston area. They actually just went through a similar situation a couple months ago with a lost dog that was found. I think she was lost for over a month but ended up coming home-I hope your dog returns home soon!

  37. Danny says:

    It is terrible to read the story about Marisol. Anyone who has lost a pet will have empathy for you. What is learned from the article is that Marisol has changed into a wild animal in such a short time. Now you are hunting Marisol as a feral animal not as a pet. Taking directions from a professional pet detective (trapper) is good. She recommends the strategy trappers throughout North America follow when they perform their art to capture wild animals during a highly regulated season. This is why we use professionals to manage our domestic animals along with our wildlife.

    Andrew the scientist, the natural thinker is having a hard time thinking there is no technology he can use to help him.” There is. Because Marisol has stopped thinking like a pet and has turned into a roaming dog, the scientific Best Management Practices and equipment recommended by Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies- The organization that represents North American Fish and Wildlife Agencies is the skill to follow. The association has studied capturing wild animals with the animal welfare as its primary goal. However, emotional governmental officials such as Senator Jahlen from Medfore, who listen to highly paid lobbyist, use there power to stop gathering the scientific dada needed in ( H.4943 “Safeguarding our Natural Resources”) to get to the next step that scientist need to find a answer to their rational thinking.

  38. jongdg says:

    You’ve probably thought of this but here it goes…

    1. Shelter.
    Does that state have any more detailed maps that are available to the public which show drainage pipes? Cause that’s we’re I’d go to stay out of the weather.

    2. Heat
    I bet there are more hot spots in the fells and along it’s edges then most people think. I wonder if there are any thermal maps of the areas that might hint at where she’s sleep at night.

  39. sammy bourke says:

    Posted at http://www.sammystory,net.
    Cross posted on Sammy’s FB page.

    • Isabelle Anne says:

      @sammy bourke: incredible & inspirational story of love and commitment in saving Sammy! What a compassionate spirit Sammy’s human has. May Marisol find someone as kind & wise in the way of dogs to help her find her way home. The above link to Sammy’s page is incorrect. Should be:

      Incorrect address has a comma before “net”. How do I find Sammy’s FB page, please.

  40. William says:

    Have you contacted the American dowsing society out of Vermont they have people that can map dowse for your pet worth a try they have a website you can go to for help

  41. Robin says:

    Are you having any orgainized walks/searches of the area…I would love to help out or walk with you looking for her. This makes me so sad to hear she is still not found.
    Please let me know.

  42. Ana says:

    Hi there,
    I have been following your story since the beginning. I saw it on a facebook ad around the time you first put it up. Every week I re-post it on my facebook page and tell people to look out for her. It breaks my heart every time I read your updates.
    I, too, have a SATO dog and I fear her running away and getting lost while chasing a squirrel. I wonder if she would be difficult to catch as well. Would she go back to her street dog ways after a period of time? I don’t know what I would do if this happened. I’m so sorry that you have to experience this pain.
    Also, I had a rescue dog from Spain and she used to escape our yard and run off for days. I wouldn’t be able to sleep or eat, and I would feel so anxious and upset. But she always came back. We had no idea where she would go, but somehow she found her way back home. I really hope Marisol does too. I’ll keep posting your updates on my facebook and spreading the word. Thinking of Marisol everyday…

  43. Robin says:

    Merry Christmas, as much as it can be. I am praying for you and Marisol. My husband passes the Fells everyday on his way to work, so he is keeping his eyes peeled. I am also passing along your information to family and friends in MA, NH, and anyone who is travels this way.

    I am a volunteer for animal rescue. We had a semi-socialized cat climb over our cat enclosure on July 3rd. His sightings are posted on you-tube, if you search Pippi.mp4. He was trapped in our driveway, using a drop trap on October 8th. He returned to us skinny, worm-infested, but other than that in good spirits. It is so hard to understand how animals that love us and share our beds can suddenly turn feral and be frightened of us. It’s a survival instinct. And Marisol is a fighter and survivor.

    I hope she is returned to you soon. In the mean time keep the faith and don’t give up.

  44. nancy says:

    So sorry to hear you lost your baby. Hoping and praying that you find her very soon.

  45. Jennifer says:

    We lost our dog, too – Jan 8 2011. We think someone has him. Hitting up all vets/shelters/craigslist/paper/ etc that we can. Posters galore. Hope you find Marisol!!! We hope we find our boy, too. Family is missing :(

  46. Dave Meuse says:

    I had 2 Satos. They are extremely reliable on their own. I pray each night she will be returned to yoy. Whenever I drive down that area I look at the side of the road to see if there are any signs.

    I wish you two all the best. You are GREAT people!!!

  47. Susan says:

    I am so sorry to hear about your loss. We also had a PR Sato for 9 years and know just how special these dogs are to their owners. My prayers go out to you in hopes that you may find your baby.

  48. Elisha says:

    I am so very sorry about Marisol. When I first read your story my heart hurt for you. I will be praying you find her. Best wishes.

  49. Dana says:

    I think about Marisol everyday. I haven’t given up! I hope she comes home soon.

  50. Jan S, says:

    always thinking of Marisol

  51. Rima says:

    Every time it snows, I think about your dog. I can’t imagine how I’d handle things if this had happened to my Herbie. :( You know, before I moved back to Somerville, I lived in a planned neighborhood with lots of walking trails. Dogs would get loose and run off without their collars, and I’d always see them in the trail.

    They would approach me–every time–and I would crouch down. They would keep their distance, but they’d stick around. I tried calling someone to come get the dogs so that they’d be safe, but I was never on these trails during business hours, and unfortunately, that’s the only time said authorities operated. :(

    Anyway, it seems random, I know, but I hope Marisol does this–approaches a stranger and just stares at them until they can get their phone out and call. I hope she comes out of hiding.

  52. Dave Meuse says:

    I post your updates on facebook every day. All of my friends are praying for her safe return. I am sure that she will be returned to you. Do NOT give up hope! These Satos are extremely resourseful and hearty souls!! They are tough, smart, and simply lovable!!

  53. Kerry says:

    Try – they will call HUNDREDS of homes and leave a message about your dog. Helped me a great deal when I lost mine.

  54. Gail Flynn says:

    Thinking and praying for Marisol’s return since she first went missing. Don’t give up, she will come back to you!

  55. Dave Meuse says:

    I have posted your updates everyday since the first one on face book. I know its hard but I feel this is the time Marisol will be moving around more with the weather getting warmer and you will have more sightings.
    I have never heard the name Marisol before but there is another Marisol at the Northeast Animal Shelter where I got my 2 Satos from. One of my girls would have been too old to survive the winter but my other girl would have thrived out in the snow!!! Keep trying and God bless all of you!!

  56. paula says:

    Hi – not sure what missing/lost dog specialists you have used but i just saw this one on facebook and thought no harm in passing it along to you. my heart is with you all.
    About Private Investigator Karin TarQwyn… Missing Dog Expert
    Phone 402-872-3114

  57. Kathy says:

    I need adoption (Waltham MA)

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  58. Kathy says:

    thid dog looks like your girl – I am always watching for her

  59. Kerry says:

    Still thinking about Marisol and hoping you find her. Do you know about Bridgett? She is a husky in the Acton area that has been missing a long time, and the owner just this weekend confirmed a sighting by scent. This makes me believe that there is still hope for Marisol (and Daisy, and now Snappy…).

  60. Amy says:

    I just wanted to let you know that I was still thinking about Marisol, even though it is been a while I still have hope that she will be returned to your family someday

  61. Jennifer says:

    Have you tried putting some of your clothing out with your scent on it? This worked for me also siting in the area showing you are calm and sending out a safe energy in the atmosphere. I say on my porch reading a book and eating (scent) showing it was safe since searching and calling her name was only making her more scared. My cocoa looks just like your dog :( she was a street dog from Puerto Rico so you can imagine how scared she was on her own in the neighborhood! so sorry to hear this but happy to see you have not given up! It is possible :) good luck

  62. Jennifer says:

    Oh my goodness Marisol is a Sato too!!?? I can’t believe it I missed that part… If love to help search and bring my girl along to help!

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