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imissmydog
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February 8, 2014 3:19 pm  

My dog Usain Bolt (he answers to Bolt) went missing during the loud thunder storm after Christmas from Jolly Hill in the rainforest. He is an escape artist with a personality of his own. He is really tough so I don't want to give up on him. I have plastered the town of Frederiksted with his poster. The animal shelter knows him but I keep checking in. He has run away before despite all my efforts to contain him. He is a fast runner named Usain Bolt for a reason! Please call if you see him. He is a Terrier mix mostly charcoal black with tan paws and feet. He has a shaggy kind of look with whispers of tan in his face making him look older than he is. He is very friendly and won't bite, even if you touch his food while he's eating. Please call 277-8961 if you see him.


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Yearasta
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February 8, 2014 3:44 pm  

Did you call the shelter?


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Alana33
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February 8, 2014 3:58 pm  

Call the shelters or any rescue organizations in STX.
Post pics with them and call and post pics at vet offices as well.
Call the local radio stations and ask that they announce the info on your missing dog.
Place an ad in your local paper and on any and all message boards in public locations.
Good Luck. Hope you get your pup back.


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imissmydog
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February 8, 2014 4:20 pm  

Yes Yearasta, I called the shelter, they know him well and his picture is on their bulletin board. Alana33 thanks also. Senator Hansen must have seen the poster about Bolt because she spoke about it on her radio show. I didn't hear it personally but several people have told me about it and it was a very nice gesture on her part.


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