A cross post from a friend in one of our dogster groups. If by some small chance someone knows something they can contact the Auburn Police Dept. Thanks.
A message for Min Pin Manchester Mania!
FROM: Teddi Sue*MISSING* REPLY TO SENDER
________________________________________ Subject: STOLEN with Mommy's car in Auburn, Washington Sent: Wed Apr 18
Message: This is D'Ann and my heart is aching terribly. Teddi Sue and I took a trip up to Washington State this past weekend, intending to be home on Monday afternoon. On Monday morning I filled my car's gas tank, and then stopped to eat a quick breakfast before beginning the 5 hour drive back home to Eugene from Auburn, Washinton. I left Teddi Sue in my locked car, a 1990 white Toyota Camry, in her crate. I had covered the crate with a blanket so that it could not be seen if anyone were to look into my car. It was a sunny day up here, but not overly warm. I ordered my food then went out to check my little sweetie to make sure that it wasn't getting hot in the car. I got my food and then went back to check her again before I ate. The temp. in the car was comfortable and she was content. I went in, ate my food and paid. I had last checked her no longer than 15 minutes before. When I went out to begin the 5 hour drive home to Eugene, my car, with Teddi Sue inside, was gone. The Auburn police took the report and have issued an alert to look for my car. I am totally devastated and worrying about my baby girl. The police have asked me to remain here in Auburn for the next few days, because if my car, and/or Teddi Sue, are found, it will probably be within the following 2-3 days . I am doing all I can think of to get the word out and look for Teddi Sue. I will let you know, or phone a pal to let you know (if I don't have computer access) if I find out anything about my darling little girl. Please, please, please pray for my Teddi to come back to me. Thank you. - Mommy D'Ann
Thanks! I do belong and already posted it there too and in several dogster groups. We have another friend in our dogster group that lives in the Seattle area that is contacting shelters, news and others that she is hoping will help.