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RDF818
March 12, 2016 10:33PM

Registered: 3 years ago
Posts: 2

Last Saturday-March 5th, 8 days ago my baby Tuco went missing from his home in W. Caret Bay. He is older 10-1/2 yrs old on a special diet for pancreatitis and has a heart murmur. His most distinguishing feature is that he has no tail, and has markings of a peace sign on the top of his head. I am frantic to get him back he needs his medication, and special diet. Please if you see him call Rita day or night at 340-690-0498.

I have pictures and a poster, this does not allow me to post, but I can send it to an e-mail or you can see on craigslist:
[virgin.craigslist.org]

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