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  1. LOST SERVICE DOG - URGENT: Bella, our beloved dog is still missing (4 days now) but we have new hope if you help us. Bella has a "Tile" bluetooth GPS tag on her collar that transmits to cell phones within 150 feet running the "Tile App". If you are Lakeside, PLEASE HELP US. It will take less than 5 minutes and may SAVE Bella's life. TILE INSTRUCTIONS: 1) Download the Tile App (no cost), quickly create an account, and enable Tile Notifications: /www.thetileapp.com/es-mx/ 2) Message me (+1 415 746 0768) with your email address used for Tile account. 3) We'll "Share" he
  2. A Mexican friend found a cat this morning in downtown Ajijic, near the church. He/she has a rabies vaccine tag dated 2016 from The Hampstead Animal Hospital, in Hampstead, New Hampshire. http://www.hampsteadanimalhospital.com/ I've contacted the clinic, and by law, they cannot give me the client's name. The clinic did say that they only have a local number for the owner. and will continue to try to contact them from their end. I believe that the owner is probably snowbirding here on the Lake. If you know this cat or people from New Hampshire in general, please share this information, wi
  3. Hello, I know this is a long shot but these earrings have sentimental value (and are beautiful). I lost one on my way back from walking on the Malecon on December 26 in the late afternoon. I know I had the earring when I reached the far end of the Malecon. From there, I walked along Independencia, up Colon, along Guadalupe Victoria, across the Carretera and up Encarnacion Rosas before turning left on Lazaro Cardenas. The earring is one single stone of turquoise, in a rounded teardrop shape, with a hole at the top. The hole is banded by silver filigree and the earring hangs with a traditional
  4. My dog, recently rescued from Lucky Dog escaped this morning from fenced in yard. She was wearing a Thunder-shirt and had a blue and brown collar on. She is a Poodle/Schnauzer mix, mostly black with white eyebrows and white paws. $200p reward. Please call Marlene at 3335970503 or email syver117@gmail.com.
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