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Second Noah Animal Welfare Organization


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Sitting pooch

PATCHES....Female tricolor Beagle. Missing since 4/11/02 Patches is 6 yrs old, tan face, unbroken white "collar" area, white line mark on rump. Has eraser sized wart on right shoulder. Been micro chipped. Was wearing red collar. Missing from Swiss Alpine Village, north west of Evart Mi. Needs ongoing medication.
 
HENRY....Male tricolor Basset. Since 5/09/02 Henry has brown face and ears, black back with crescent mark on rump. Illinois.
 
MOCHA....FemaleSaint/Shepherd mix. Since 5/20/02 Black/brown brindle markings, medium long hair, black muzzle. Approximately 55 pounds, wearing orange collar. Missing from Orono rd/ Mackinaw Trail, Reed City. South of Cadillac Mi.
 
OREO....Male cat, Black, with white markings on face and throat. Looks like he has a moustache and goatee. Lost from Reed City upper elementary school Since June 2002.
 
MOE....Male Shepherd/Husky White with tan on face, head, ears, back. 8yrs old. Curly tail, pink nose, erect ears. Extra dewclaws. Black nylon collar, no tags. . Moe is clumsy with poor coordination. May be timid around people.  River rd area of Evart Mi since Nov, 2002





This page will be continously updated. If you have any information regarding any of these pets, contact Second Noah immediately. these owners are heartsick  and frantic. Help these loved pets get home again.
 
If you have lost a pet, contact us with details and we will post it on this page. Be sure you contact your local animal control, newspapers etc.
 
If you have found a pet, first contact your local animal control. You may also send a description to us to be posted here. We want all pets to be home where they belong.
 
Bunchers prey on straying pets, and pets left outside when the owners are not at home. Please keep your pets safely supervised, and be sure they are wearing identification.

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