Monthly Archives: June 2011

Thank you

I just wanted to post a thank you to the Daisy Team for having Marisol mini-fliers and a poster at their booth at the Stoneham Kiwanis dog show on Saturday and to Gail for arranging it. I found a couple … Continue reading

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Thinking of you

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Some quick notes

- The long-haired chihuahua who was found in Reading is not Mari. Thanks for calls, emails, comments, and tweets letting us know about her. Hope she’s reunited with her family soon. She looks like a sweet little creature. – “Feeding … Continue reading

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Busy night at the feeding station

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Hot dog

It’s weird to go from worrying about a puppy in a blizzard to a puppy overheating in near 100 degree weather. At least this is weather you know — and swimming is always an option to cool off. Oh, sol. … Continue reading

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Quick follow-up

I wanted to post a quick follow up to acknowledge all of the fresh suggestions and offers of help. We’ve been getting a lot both by email and in the comments, and we’re trying to figure those out while trying … Continue reading

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Mistress Mari, quite contrary

Just posted to Twitter: Okay, Marisol, you’re the most crazy-making creature I know. After posting how we’re letting you go, a possible sighting? #marisolsearch I’m tough, but I don’t know if I’m this tough. #marisolsearch And then Andrew said: This: … Continue reading

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Warm weather

It’s been strange, with the warm weather, we’ve been talking about Mari a lot and posting less… no sightings, not even false ones recently — at least not since the ones we eliminated. With the change in weather, we’ve been … Continue reading

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