PLEASE HELP HARLEY GET BACK TO HIS OWNERS.....IF YOU HAVE ANY INFORMATION ON HARLEY PLEASE CALL THE NUMBER ON THE POSTER.
A Joplin, MO family is still searching for Harley who has been missing since the tornado hit on May 22nd. They need your help sharing his picture and information. By now he could be anywhere including possibly out of state.
Harley is a male Corgi/shephed mix, light tan, cream color. Somewhat fluffy, shorter like a Corgi but looks more like a shepherd. About 18 inches tall and 40 pounds. He was last seen in his apartment at 20th and Connecticut. He was wearing an orange Harley Davidson Collar. He is microchipped and registered to Friends for Life in Gilbert, Arizona. All the animals in his apartment building were smal.ler then he is and were found alive. He is very friendly, loves people and loves children.
He has lived in Joplin since Jan. 9, 2011, just 18 weeks or so before the tornado.
He was possibly seen at Junge Stadium at 6:40 pm on Saturday July 23, by someone saying they saw a dog with an orange collar. They were walking to the Guitar Bar and Grill and then saw Harley's photo and said they were sure it was him!
Harley is also posted as a lost dog on Amber Alerts for Pets and Find My Animal, both have Facebook pages. He also has his own facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Wheres-Harley/126385987458950Please visit his page and share.
Contact Info: Owner, Caitlin 480-202-4502 or 417-438-9911 Grandmother, Karen Webster Longstreth 480-813-9034 or 602-622-3924
FROM: Sharon Williams // PHONE: 480-202-4502 Caitlin 480-813-9034 Karen // EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
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