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5 April 2000 Issue
Finding A Lost Pet

A great article on what to do when the dreaded happens -- how to find a lost pet. First off, they recommend that you have a plan. Secondly, ALWAYS have pet ID tags on them with current information. Most animals that are lost will have no chance of ever being found without ID tags. As an animal rescuer myself, so many times I've come across animals with no sign of hope. They also instruct you on how to go about posting signs, what to write, rewards, etc.. This is too stressful a situation to take lightly, so plan ahead!

http://www.briefme.com/a/article.cgi?id=8680&uid=3077&link=cyberpe 

Source: DTapkowski@aol.com

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