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DFD Tracking Stories - Dog Tales (Cat Tales, Other Tales)


WalkerWalker's Story

Walker for what ever reason, probably nature, jumped a vulnerable part of our fence when our backs were turned and ran away. We did not know which way to turn. We made up a few flyers, signs for posts and contacted the Humane Society. Then Anne from Dogs Finding Dogs contacted us. Over the next two weeks we spent time with Anne and Janel following the trained noses of Heidi and Lee each time that there was a Walker sighting. All of a sudden, sightings of Walker stopped coming in. On July 3, we received a call that Walker had been found. Tragically though, he was found lying between the North and Southbound rails of the Baltimore Light rail. We positively identified him and completed our goal of bringing him home on July 4, 2009. While we are extremely saddened and heartbroken by the loss of our dear, funny, energetic and tenacious friend, we can thank Walker for being the catalyst to gaining two new friends, Anne and Janel and their faithful companions Heidi and Lee of Dogs Finding Dogs.

The Walker Fund was initiated by Paul and Betsy Marchand of Finksburg, MD in honor of their dog Walker. This fund was set up to help offset the costs of our services for pet owners who could otherwise not afford it. Click here for the entire Heart Warming Story of Walker and how the Walker Fund began. If you are interested in helping continue The Walker Fund, please contact us.

- Paul & Betsy Marchand in Finksburg, MD


MagooLost in the Park, Stolen, Sold and then Stolen Again by a Prostitute - 6 Times Cops Called

We're going to try to lay this out so it can be followed. Back in March, Magoo ran away in the State Park. He had on tags. A man picks him up, calls the number but doesn't leave a message. DFD brought out Anne And K9 Heidi. The phone number is called while there to hear the guy say he threw Magoo back into the woods. Yeah Right! The tracking path with the dog only showed a small path so it looked like the story was a lie. We got the callers number and went to his house in Dundalk with the police. He denied it. We hung flyers up outside his house and his child calls stating that Magoo was in Dundalk. Strange! The guy then sells him to a prostitute in Brooklyn. On Mothers Day, the prostitute is visiting her mom on Landsdowne and looses Magoo. A kind neighbor picks him up and calls the number on his tags. Criminals are stupid! Really....left the original tags on. While on the phone with us the prostitute assaults her and steals Magoo back out of her arms. Cops are called 2 times to come to the house with us. They would not give Magoo back. They were VERY VIOLENT! Then they send a family member to the good neighbors house and he threatens her for turning them in. Cops called again. We then research the house to find out the mom's name. In the process we find an obituary that lists all the kids. Researched their addresses and put flyers up all around their homes. Prostitute thinks its funny and tells her friend about it..laughing. Friend does not think its funny and calls us from a Craigslist Posting. At 10pm at night here we are with Baltimore City Police, Magoo's Owners. Baltimore City doesn't play!!! They knocked that door so hard and for so long it sounded like it was going to break. The prostitute comes out and lies of course. The neighbors come out and says Magoo is there. A warrant was going to be issued to raid the house and just as all of this was to happen, out comes the prostitute's boyfriend with Magoo and he gives him back. Now to show how STUPID criminals are......there was a $1000.00 reward for Magoo. They could have had the money but instead almost got arrested for stolen property. I don't think any other stolen dog case will top this one.

- Special Thanks to all who helped in Magoo's search in Ellicott City, MD


SampsonI Forgot How to Bark for 4 Whole Days!

Sampson a 8 month old German Shepherd mysteriously went missing on a Saturday night during the fireworks. He is a therapy dog for his owner who has cerebal palsy. Having feared the worst that Sampson had been stolen out of their yard, Sampson's owners called DFD for help. Christine and Keelah went over to their house to see what could have happened. Keelah was scented up at the gate and she pulled Christine into the back yard and to the basement door. Then as Keelah was sniffing Sampson gave out one short bark. Hmmm.... could this be true? Sure was! Sampson had mistakenly gotten himself locked into the basement for 4 whole days and never made a peep! When he was let out of the basement he could care less that his owners were there. He was extremely interested in Ms. Keelah, the search dog who rescued him.

- Annapolis, MD


Little ManRest in Peace Little Man

Dogs Finding Dogs wants to send is sympathies to the family of Little Man, a wonderful friendly kind hearted Boston Terrier. Little Man was unfortunately hit by a car after escaping from a person who stole him. He is now over the rainbow bridge where he can rejoice forever more.

- With Deepest Sympathies from all the staff at DFD


FoundWho Says Senior Dogs Don't Explore

This sweet little lady is 15 years old and has the typical problems as all old dogs do. But one day she decided that she was going to go off and explore the woods of the Patapsco State Park. Down the hills, thru the streams she went. Finally caught up with in a backyard that edged the woods. What a experience she had! This just goes to show that even the doggy senior citizens will take a vacation when they want to. Don't under estimate them.

- Sue in Ellicott City, MD


LexiLexi Stolen by Thugs

Lexi is not the nicest dog to strangers. She tries to bite them but somehow some thugs in the nearby neighborhood got their hands on her and were going to sell her. I live in Baltimore City. After 4 days and some rain I thought it would be impossible for a dog to help find Lexi. I am very happy to say I was wrong. I was given DFD's name by our local shelter. They brought out Heidi who is good at doing concrete tracks. She scented up at my front door where Lexi went missing from and off we went. Lexi had started to run around the blocks and everywhere we went the kids and adults said "Yes we tried to get Lexi but she tried to bite us!". Eventually the track led to one row home and when we got close the people inside got nervous and started asking alot of questions. They then gave Lexi up. They had stolen her, ignored the signs, and were going to sell her to someone they knew. Thank goodness for Heidi the big black scary looking dog! I think they thought we were the police. Don't I wish we were! Thank you DFD!

- Karen in Baltimore City, MD


CricketGreat Pyrenees "Cricket" Recovered from Fatal Car Crash

DFD first wants to extend its deepest sympathies to Mr. Jack Perry and family for the loss of a beautiful, kind and wonderful woman, Charlotte Perry. Mr. and Mrs. Perry were involved in a fatal car accident while coming home from a dog show that featured Cricket. Mrs. Perry sadly was killed in the accident.

Cricket was thrown from the van and escaped from her crate at the accident site. Dogs Finding Dogs along with Mr. Perry and his family, friends and the local news stations led a search for Cricket which started at 6:30pm 2 days after the accident. The public support of loving strangers for Mr. Perry was overwhelming.

DFD took its most senior SAR dog Heidi out to search for Cricket. With media in tow, friends and family of Mr. Perry, we all followed behind the search dog. Without going into a books worth of details, Cricket was running a wooded power line nearby the crash site. Cricket answered by barking back to Mr. Perry's grandaughters cries for her. Cricket was showing us where she was. The trick was catching up to her in all the 4 foot tall massive field of weeds.

After 3 hours of searching, Cricket finally was caught by the side of a road.

Mr. Perry, whom had just been released from the hospital, sat in the back of his family's van all night waiting for us to find his dog. It was with the MOST GREATEST pleasure that Cricket was reunited with him at approximately 10pm. It was the determination of all those involved to find Cricket for Mr. Perry. Where this is the saddest case we have ever had, there was still some happiness that we could give back to a wonderful man who had just lost his wife. He needed Cricket back to help go on with his life.

This Memorial Fund for Charlotte Perry in the name of her dog Cricket has been set up in conjunction with members of the National Capital Area Great Pyrenees Club to honor Charlotte's memory. All the donations will go towards helping DFD offset the costs of reuniting the missing pets of owners who cannot afford to make a donation. Donators will be highlighted in a special section of our Angels page specifically for Charlotte.

For me, I have never cried so much with a case as this one. Before I started Heidi tracking, Mr. Perry's family asked me to come to the van for a minute. I walked with them as they told me that their father wanted to talk to me. As the van door opened, there was Mr. Perry sitting there. He grabbed my hand and asked that we find Cricket. With tears coming down, I said to him "Mr. Perry, I am so so sorry for your loss. I GUARANTEE that we will find Cricket! You have my word sir! We will get her back to you".

By the Grace of God and the hard work of alot of wonderful people, Cricket was back in Mr. Perry's arms that night.

- Written by Anne Wills - Executive Director and Lead Tracker for Cricket's Search in Haymarket, VA


CandiCandy is Back! Sweet!

I'd like to take this opportunity to thank you & Dogs Finding Dogs for your quick response to my phone call last Wednesday pleading for help in finding Candy, a very damaged puppy mill survivor. To our utter delight, Candy was back in her home 24-hours later. Candy's Mom) & I are convinced this could not have been accomplished without the help of Lynn & Mabel. Once Candy was located, it took expert directions from Lynn to actually get close enough to Candy to capture her & of course, it took a lot of time & patience. The end result was thrilling. Now that Candy is back home, she's adjusting beautifully. There doesn't appear to be any ill-effects of her 4-1/2 days on the run but she'll be checked out at the vet's on Saturday. Thank you again for your quick response & for Dogs Finding Dogs being there in our time of need.

- Linda & Jane in Maryland


MaggieMaggie Does a Repeat and Sends Us All Out Looking for Her Again

Anne and Dogs Finding Dogs helped find my dog Maggie not once, but TWICE!!! And Maggie didn’t make it easy for us, either! She is an ultra runner and is notorious for ‘going to ground’ and practically dropping off the face of the earth when she doesn’t want to be seen. Most recently, Maggie escaped my yard with my other dog, Morgan to play with our neighbor’s poodle. When the neighbor came outside and tried to herd the dogs into the house, Maggie became frightened (in her typical fashion) and ran faster than the speed of light into a nearby wooded area. Morgan and I went to the wooded area to draw her out, but we were unsuccessful. When I called Dogs Finding Dogs, Anne remembered me from last time. Once again, her insights and expertise were integral in getting Maggie back. Anne was super attentive and very consistent in her follow up for the entire month it took to catch Maggie in a humane trap near the woods. Today Maggie is home safe and sound, no worse for the wear and that wouldn’t have been possible without Dogs Finding Dogs :O)

- Terel, Morgan, and Maggie in Baltimore, MD


ChiK9 Corpsman Makes Debut with DFD on a Stolen Dog Case

We love Corpsman! Without him we would not have found out who stole our little Chihuahua. Corpsman and Jim came out and tracked my dogs path for 2 hours straight in the heat. Corpsman took us straight to the house of the gal who stole my dog. It was incredible. But what was hard was getting him back. The police had to be called. The girl admitted to seeing him and we knew he was inside. After alot of hard work we got him back home safe and sound. My little dog was just fine. He was my husbands fathers dog. He has passed away so the dog was really important. We are so happy he is home safe and sound.

- Ashley in Crofton, MD


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Dogs Finding Dogs Tracking Stories - Cat Tales (Dog Tales)


Cat Saved by FiremenWalker Fund Supports Search for Cats Lost in Fire

This is a picture of a kitty that was saved in a house fire that myself, Christine and Dick went out to. We all took our dogs. The fire was awful and in Crownsville. There were 6 cats total in the house. 2 were found in a closet and were brought out. 2 more were found and the firemen revived them and they are doing well. There were 2 still missing. We went out the very next morning with Heidi, Keelah and Jean. Dick,myself and Heidi did the interior search to find one of the kitties hiding in the drop ceiling/rafters of the basement. Then we all went outside to look for the other cat. There was scent path on the ground below the windows of the bedroom. Keelah started the track outside and led the way. Jean was to first to find the final hiding spot of the last cat. All the dogs hit really hard in the woods behind the fellow's house that lead to his back neighbors shed. It was amazing in many ways. This was a Walker Fund case. Folks, this is what it is all about. These people have no home for at least 6 months or more until their house is repaired. It was pretty bad. But the only smiles that the owner had was to have all his kitties home safe and sound. He is very grateful that we found his last 2 cats. He cannot thank us enough.

- Crownsville, MD


PatchesPatches Found A Good Patch of Woods

Out off all the color combinations for kittys, the tortie is the hardest to spot! Patches, and well named went missing from my basement when the repair men left the door open. Living in a row home neighborhood with alleys and woods I had no idea where to go to look for her. Heidi came out to sniff the ground and away she went. Straight down the fenceline and into a wooded section of the back alley. We didn't chase Patches in the woods. We instead laid out food and scent trails and put out a trap at the back door. All this after 1 whole week of being missing led Patches straight back to the house that same night. What a relief! Without the use of the dogs nose and the things that we did to show Patches how to come home, we may have never gotten her back. Thank you to Heidi and Dogs Finding Dogs! I will refer you for sure!

- Marsha in Hamilton, MD


StevenOperation Steven!

Steven is a 15lb, 11 year old indoor/outdoor cat who has rarely missed a meal much less a night at home. On a Monday night as we arrived home from work the other 2 family cats came running up the sidewalk in anticipation of dinner. Steven did not appear. Five nights passed without sight or sound of Steven. So, we called Dogs Finding Dogs in hopes to locate Steven. On day six, Christine and Keelah (the dog) came out to Steven’s home in downtown Annapolis to begin a search and rescue operation – Operation Steven. The Operation Steven search lasted 4 hours and included a sweep of many square blocks. One area really caused Keelah to transform her mouth into a suction cup/hoover vacuum cleaner as she ran along the lattice under a huge wrap-around porch. Using flashlights, the area under the porch was scanned for Steven. Keelah would push her way in during the porch scan, getting in the way with her determination and persistence. Still, no Steven. Eventually Operation Steven ended for the day with Christine offering us advice to continue to monitor the hot spots, preferably after dark and late at night. At 11pm later that same evening we were walking home from dinner at a friend’s house, which happened to be one block further than the house with the huge wrap-around porch, and we stopped to pull out our tuna rescue kit (smelly tuna in a Ziploc bag filled with water). The objective was going to be to make a trail from the hot spot region all the way home in case Steven was around. While standing next to the house, we pinched a small hole in the tuna rescue kit bag and before the first drop hit the ground we heard a high pitched meow/shriek come from under the porch. We immediately ran to the porch, yanked back the lattice, and out popped Steven’s head. There he was, stuck for 6 days underneath the porch of a house about 8 blocks away. We were overjoyed. Steven was so dirty, skinny, hungry, and had an injured foot but he was happy to be carried home. We can’t thank Christine and Keelah for their tireless efforts in pinpointing Steven’s location. It was a surreal experience and if we were doubters before, we are advocates now. Feel free to contact us if you have any questions about Operation Steven. Dogs Finding Dogs is an incredible organization. Thank you!!

- Emmy in Annapolis, MD


SookieSookie Carries Her Mom's Socks Around While Lost

The story of the little lost kitty began on February 27th. The couple was relocating from Florida to Lexington Park, Maryland. After 2 of travel with 2 cats, they arrived and got a room at the Days Inn, where they would be staying for a few days until their house was ready. Their overly curious, precocious female cat escaped. They searched the area around the hotel that night with no luck, but they did receive information from a hotel worker that he had seen her in the area a couple of hours after she went missing. This distraught cat owner was not going to give up. She did everything that she could think of: placed an ad on Craigslist, put up flyers, hired Dogs Finding Dogs, and set a trap in various "hot-spot" locations. One day, she returned to the place where she had set up the trap, only to find that someone had stolen her trap. She left a can of tuna with one of her socks, just in case her cat was still in the area. (The reason she left her sock was because one of her cat's odd little habits was that she liked to carry her owners' socks around the house.) Imagine her surprise when she returned the next day to find most of the tuna gone and the sock was missing also. Naturally, she assumed that something else had taken the sock. Not one to give up, the owner purchased another trap and set it up in another location not too far away. Her perseverance paid off - four days later, she found her little wanderer in the trap! But the most amazing part of the story was that the missing sock was in the trap also! She can only assume that the kitty was walking around with the sock in her mouth for those last days of her adventure. What a special feline!!!

- Amy in Lexington Park, MD


LuluLulu Trapped Under Deck for 6 Days

Despite several warnings to close the door behind him, my son’s friend leaves the front door open and Lulu escapes. After many hours of searching the neighborhood and calling her name, there is simply no trace of her. Several days of brutally cold weather and we wonder if Lulu could survive such cold. After six days and out of options, the SPCA mentions that Dogs Finding Dogs might be an option. The idea of a dog finding a cat was just incongruous to us but we are willing to give it a try. Christine contacted us promptly and arrived last Saturday with Keelah, a shepadoodle. Keelah sniffs Lulu’s bedding and, with her nose glued to the ground, starts following Lulu’s scent in the direction she was last seen. We follow as Keelah bounds through several neighbors' yards. The further away she get, the weaker the scent. On several occasions, Keelah sticks her nose in the air apparently able to catch a smell of Lulu. After 15 minutes we enter a yard two houses away and Keelah clearly locks onto a strong scent. She sniffs, paws ground and tries to climb under the deck that only has a foot or so of clearance. We use flashlights to try and see if we can see Lulu. No luck. We again set off to where she was also supposedly sighted. Again, the trail goes cold. Christine feels strongly that we should return to neighbor’s yard where the scent was strongest. Again Keelah shows real interest in the small step under the deck. As I lay on the ground at the opposite end of the deck shining the flashlight, Christine wiggles a long stick under the deck to see if we can flush out whatever is under there. Finally, Lulu emerges, looks at the flashlight, meows and returns to her place of safety. At this point Keelah backs off and lets the human retrieve Lulu. We rip up two slats on the deck and lay a trail of treats to get Lulu within my grasp. A very thin and hungry kitty inches forward to where I’m able to grab her by the scruff of the neck and dump her in a waiting crate. Cat found! Keelah and Christine were simply amazing throughout our ordeal. DFD has proved many friends and neighborhood skeptics wrong about the ability of a dog finding a cat and they’re all eating crow. Thanks again to Keelah and Christine for reuniting us with Lulu.

- Alan in Annapolis, MD


SpiceSpice Reunited with Salt and Pepper

We had 3 cats. Salt, Pepper, and Spice. On November 18, 2011 we went to work as usual and somehow the back door was unlocked and blew open. When we returned our darling Spice was gone. For days we looked putting up signs, visiting animal control, etc. On the 3rd night we saw a black cat that might have been her in our yard, but she ran away from us. The next day we brought in Dogs Finding Dogs. Christine with her dog, Keelah, confirmed that the black cat we had seen was Spice by first picking up her scent from Spice’s bedding and then sniffing around until she came up with the trail. Keelah retraced the exact path that we had seen the black cat travel the night before! This was so exciting and although we didn’t actually see her that day, we knew without a doubt that it was our little Spice. With our hopes sky high now and our minds relieved that Spice was okay and close by, we set a “have a heart” trap that night and baited it with canned salmon. At 4:00 the next morning, Salt woke us up, and we went to the door to see what was going on outside. There was Spice in the trap, scared, hungry, and SO HAPPY TO COME HOME! Thanks to Dogs Finding Dogs, Keelah, and Christine for finding her whereabouts, helping us stay the course, learn about traps, and about what to do next. It was a wonderful Thanksgiving! Thanks again to DOGS FINDING DOGS for the wonderful/professional service they provide!

- Willa in Annapolis, MD


OpeyPraise the Lord, and my mommy, I found Opey!!!

After talking to you, we went and put the fliers up, and stopped at a few houses as well. I had to go grocery shopping to stock up for my friend Ina’s homecoming today, so I proceeded to do that. Ina is 81 and she never had children and Opey is her child. My heart was so so so heavy, knowing how sad she would be to come home to no Opey. After I finished at her house, I decided to go home and make one more try, if the rain was stopped. On the way home, I prayed to God and my mom. My mom was blessed with 8 of us children and over 100 grandchildren, great-grandchildren and even 9 great-great-grandchildren. She always felt bad for Ina who did not have any children. On my way home I prayed to God, but mostly to my mom, reminding her how lucky she was to have had so much family and poor Ina only had Opey and to please, please, please help me find him. At around 11:30 p.m. I took a flashlight and circled our property, calling to Opey, telling him his momma was coming home and she was going to be so sad if he wasn’t there, it started raining… and then WALA! There he was! Thank you so, so much for all your help. It was because you said they were almost always nearby hiding that I decided to give it one more try. So again, thank you. And thank you Mommy!!!!

- Martha in MD


KittensKittens Kittens and More Kittens - 22 to be Exact!

My local rescue for cats had a big problem! A abandoned farm, whose owner passed away, left a trust for all of her animals. The trust fell into the wrong hands and the animals suffered. Horses were rescued and the cats were left behind. We went and trapped 18 of the adults and had them fixed. But we then realized that 10 of them were moms. So WHERE ARE the KITTENS? We looked high and dry and needed help. Having used DFD to rescue some of our fosters from a house fire, K9 Heidi came to the rescue. She first found a litter of 6 2 week old babies under a broken down rabbit hutch. We quickly scooped them up and bottle fed them right there on the spot. Then she found more under a shed. Then in debris. Then 2 more in the neighbors broken down cars. All in 1 day!!!!! Without the nose of the dog these babies surely would have died! The kittens are now being bottle fed and some have been adopted. Heidi was in her ABSOLUTE GLORY! So many babies hidden everywhere! And she was as gentle with the babies as the momma cats would have been. She would follow us back to the car with the kittens and would not leave to search for more until she got to sniff the babies and see that they were all OK. Then it was off baby hunting again.

- CATS R US in Annapolis, MD


MoxieKitty Attracted to Litter Trail -- Finds Way Home

I must share with you my experience with Dogs Finding Dogs. My cat was missing and had never been out before and is 9 months young. A horrible storm came through just as he got out. The following day I called your team and spoke to Anne who assured me Kitty wasn't far and put me at ease. Anne then gave me TONS of information on how I could get Kitty to come home. One of the things she suggested was to put trails of used kitty litter from the cat box outside so he could find his way back home. I saw where my cat ran to, so I made a trail through the woods and along the side my neighbors house across the street. Funny thing is I stopped the trail at my neighbors front yard. Anne also informed me that Kitty most likely wouldn't come out of hiding until later in the evening when things were quiet. I walked outside at 10:30 PM with a flashlight to start calling him again. Wouldn't you know it....he was laying (crouched down and scared) in my neighbors front lawn right at the end of the litter trail. I COULDN'T BELIEVE IT!!! I should've ran it to my front door. AMAZING!!! I was offered SO many hints and tips and did several (my husband was scratching his head as I was doing my "come back home, Kitty ritual" slinging cat food all over the yard and making these litter trails). I can't thank you enough, Anne, for taking an extensive amount of time to feed me your knowledge. I will recommend you to anyone that is missing their furry family member.

- Julie Maryland


MoxieCorpsman Gets His Moxie

Thank you DFD for assigning Corpsman to come out. Without your showing me where Moxie was and for helping us set up the area to get her back inside we would have never found her. She is several pounds smaller, whiskers singed, thigh fur matted, and very very hungry. Her fur is falling out in clumps - probably from the stress and weight loss. Hubby spotted her in the back yard while I was on my meditation cushion, and when he opened the door she dashed in --- he brought her upstairs to me --- she curled up in my arms and we're both still purring. Thank you again for your support!

- Tracey in Severn, MD


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DFD Tracking Stories - Other Tales (Dog Tales, Cat Tales)


NemoFinding Nemo - Who Won? the Tortoise or the Dog

One evening Nemo a 8" tortoise decided to crawl out of the doggy door while his owners were sleeping on the couch. He then managed to fall off of a 6' high deck, land right side up and off he went exploring! Unbelievable but it gets better. Nemo managed to cross the street, go up 3 houses, into the backyards and thru a small wooded patch that the neighbors all shared. Having been gone for several days, Dogs Finding Dogs was called to come out to look for Nemo. At first, we thought this could be a friend pulling a joke on us. A tortoise thru a doggy door and off a deck....hmmm To make matters worse, it was pouring down rain when we arrived. The dog scented up on some dirt from Nemo's cage and off she went fully excited to track something different. Low and behold, within a half hour in the pouring rain Nemo's hiding spot under a bush was found. Nemo sure gave the dog a good race!

- Katie in Columbia, MD


Lady AdaWhite House Presidential Aide's Horse Stolen!

Lady Ada is owned by one of President Obama's aides in the White House. They were referred to us to find out what happened to her. Arriving at the beautiful horse farm in Damascus, something seemed really wierd. This huge horse magically disappeared overnight while being held in an outside corral. There were reports of strange scuffing sounds around the stables that night. The door to the corral was off its hinges. Lady Ada was MIA. When DFD arrived with Heidi the K9 they were not told immediately who this horse belonged to. It came to light later on. Heidi was scented up where the horse was being kept outside and off she went down the grassy side of the long 1/2 mile driveway. This was strange. Why would the horse choose to walk only on the grass? Then as the driveway made a turn the scent moved to the center of the pavement. And very, very abruptly Heidi alerts to the end of the track and sits right in the middle of the driveway. How in the world can this be!!! Then looking down at the ground long hoof marks were scraped into the pavement. The stable owners said that horses do that when they don't want to go into a trailer and that there has been no other horses at this area. It was Lady Ada's marks! The rest of the property was scanned heavily for this horse. Auctions were scoured to see if she would appear for sale. With the hinges so perfectly removed from the corral and the findings of the search dog it helped to confirm the theft. It will not be known why she was stolen. Only that whoever did it had to have had some inside info.

- Anonymous in Damascus, MD


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Friend
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Hagan
Jasmine
Jasmine
rosie
Rosie
Jack
Jack
Gibson
Gibson
Ralph
Ralph
Misha
Misha
Loki
Loki
Jessie
Jessie
Mouse
Mouse
Toby
Toby
Poncho
Poncho
Norman
Norman
Rich
Rich
Bernie
Bernie
Sierra
Sierra
Reggie
Reggie
Damian
Damian
Barley
Barley
Jewel
Jewel
Onyx
Onyx
Paisley
Paisley
Pepe
Pepe
Dewey
Dewey
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Sunny
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Zeke
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Molly

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