It’s my biggest fear- Izzy lost out in the world somewhere. The unknown would certainly kill me. I don’t have the heart or strength to handle something like that. Yet there are so many families out there who are going through that very thing. How do they handle it? How do they not go out of their minds with worry?
As a dog lover, you too can imagine the horror of not knowing where your best friend is. I feel an obligation to do what I can for these lost dogs, to try and reunite them to their families again. I may not be close enough to help comb streets and fields with others but I can spread awareness through social media. If you’re reading this, then you too have the ability to help through social media. Put yourself in their shoes… you’d want the world to stop and search for your dog.
Please do what you can, no matter how far away you are.
Click. Share. Forward. Post.
You can help make a big difference. Together we can bring dogs home.
Just a few of the many missing dogs I follow:
Baxter & Cooper:
Mirra has been missing since August 2011. For more information and to help Mirra get back home, look for Please Help Find Mirra on Facebook.