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If I'd lost a beloved pet, I'd be camped on their doorstep everyday! Especially if I knew that pet had no identification.


From what I understand, the woman (or possibly her friends) had visited the humane society 4 times after the dog was lost. I have no idea why they didn't see the dog or ask someone if the dog was turned in. I know for a fact that the HS keeps a file of all the dogs/cats/whatever that are turned in, including when/where they are found. Either the woman never spoke to anybody at the shelter (and just wandered around the pens) or was given incorrect information by the staff.

--Ben
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