Couple extends thanks for pup search

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We want to thank all the wonderful people of Montana for all their efforts to bring our little dog Sophie safely home. We have felt the spirit of caring in all of the volunteers who have searched, lifted our spirits and given us hope these past four months since Sophie has been missing. Your kindness and generosity will always be with us. Your love of animals make us believe that our hearts truly speak as one and that we feel we have become a part of your community in this journey to find her.

The people of Montana have a quite strength and love for animals that is based on a deep apreciation of God’s gift of this great land. We think that is why Sophie has found a special place within your heart, as well. She is a wise and spiritual dog-she is our family-and a part of yours too.

We will continue to search for Sophie. She may be curled up with a family who doesn’t know she is Lost and Loved or she may be escaping the cold in someone’s barn or she may simply just be trying to find her way home.

Please continue to help bring Sophie home again. Keep a watchful eye and please report any sightings of her to our volunteers from KittyMOM’s, All Hearts Rescue and Life Savers Animal Rescue. Sophie is Microchipped so if you can bring her to a veterinarian or shelter, so she can be scanned and returned to us in Florida.

Thank you for the giving of your time in finding Sophie. We wish you the very best Christmas and New Year ever.

Jerilyn and Steve Antonacci,

Ft. Myers Beach, FL

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