Erica Henderson
Apr 24, 2018

Pup on the loose!

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Just chased a pup on the loose I saw taking off down the street (intersection of 37th and Tunlaw around 5:15pmish).

 

Sort of red like a fox, with a face like one too, and medium sized. Red harness with tags (I think). He was a runner but didn’t really seem scared. More like he really just didn’t care that I was after him. Followed him past the intersection of Tunlaw and W Pl. He went up to the dead end at the end of Tunlaw and came half-way back down the block where I followed him behind a house and he snuck behind the back fence into the bambu/wooded area. Tried to follow him but I had to double back so I lost him. I I figure he’s back in the woods between Whitehaven or across 37th in the woods behind the green lot. Called Animal Control. Crossing my fingers.

 

 

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