Have you seen Susie?

Posted on December 5th, 2011 by Laura Fonda


Susie, a 2-year-old rat terrier is lost.
Susie was last seen, at 3 p.m., Sunday, Dec. 4 running south on Third and Boston streets atop the hill. Susie weighs 10 pounds, is black, brown and white with a white star on her black neck. She is micro-chipped, but was not wearing a collar. She’s likely still in the southeast Queen Anne vicinity. $50 reward for her safe return. Contact Kelli at kellimason@bleitz.com


0 responses to “Have you seen Susie?”

  1. Jenni says:

    Susie was found! I just saw on Facebook that my friend Katie found her and reunited her with her owner. Maybe update the story so people aren’t chasing down everyone with rat terriers! Thanks!

  2. Jenni says:

    Susie was found! I just saw on Facebook that my friend Katie found her and reunited her with her owner. Maybe update the story so people aren’t chasing down everyone with rat terriers! Thanks!

  3. tico says:

    What happened to queenanneview’s ban on descriptions/pictures of missing dogs?

    A change of heart without any acknowledgement that they were wrong?

    How shocking.

    This blog is like Sesame Street. I forward links to all my friends on a daily basis just for laughs.

  4. tico says:

    What happened to queenanneview’s ban on descriptions/pictures of missing dogs?

    A change of heart without any acknowledgement that they were wrong?

    How shocking.

    This blog is like Sesame Street. I forward links to all my friends on a daily basis just for laughs.

  5. MsFrench says:

    Well, Tico, I read this blog almost daily and enjoy it very much. It’s full of useful information about our community. I really don’t get why anybody would work so hard to find fault with somebody who’s trying to be helpful or to do a good deed. Happy Holidays!

  6. MsFrench says:

    Well, Tico, I read this blog almost daily and enjoy it very much. It’s full of useful information about our community. I really don’t get why anybody would work so hard to find fault with somebody who’s trying to be helpful or to do a good deed. Happy Holidays!

  7. tico says:

    Because, MsFrench, this blog posted a dog-on-the-loose story last week that was extremely vague and lacking in any description of the actual animal. Myself and at least two others who live in the area where the animal was caught, and happen to own dogs, wondered why on earth the author would cause such needless worry. How were we to know (while stuck in offices all the way across the lake) if the animal was ours?

    I told my wife this story and she likened it to the local 6 o’clock news broadcasting a story about children being shot in a local school and then refusing to name the school. The piece did nothing but cause worry. It did nothing to reunite the owners with the dog.

    That’s why.

    Anyway, I’m happy to see that they’ve seen their error and will henceforth be providing descriptions of lost animals so that they will be more quickly and safely reunited with their owner.

  8. tico says:

    Because, MsFrench, this blog posted a dog-on-the-loose story last week that was extremely vague and lacking in any description of the actual animal. Myself and at least two others who live in the area where the animal was caught, and happen to own dogs, wondered why on earth the author would cause such needless worry. How were we to know (while stuck in offices all the way across the lake) if the animal was ours?

    I told my wife this story and she likened it to the local 6 o’clock news broadcasting a story about children being shot in a local school and then refusing to name the school. The piece did nothing but cause worry. It did nothing to reunite the owners with the dog.

    That’s why.

    Anyway, I’m happy to see that they’ve seen their error and will henceforth be providing descriptions of lost animals so that they will be more quickly and safely reunited with their owner.

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