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Lost Husky in Morin Heights (Qc)/ Wentworth North-Laurel - Kiki

moosedogg
November 24th, 2008, 10:50 AM
Lost Husky in Morin Heights / Wentworth North - Laurel (Qc)

Missing from the 'Blue Hills' near Morin Heights, Qc since the evening of November 2, 2008, Kiki is a small female husky, cream colored with light brown and black on 'saddle', brown eyes, ~ 35 lbs, wearing red collar with name and phone number stitched into material (collar may have been lost or removed). She is a shy, but friendly dog.

Last sighting in Wentworth North (Laurel), Qc about four days later at which time a seemingly credible witness saw her loaded into a car (without red collar) by a family with young child or baby, in a grayish chevrolet, said to be from Ste. Anne des Lacs or Ste. Anne de Bellevue. Signs posted around Morin Heights, St. Sauveur, Ste. Adele, Ste. Anne des Lacs. Will now focus on Montreal at vet clinics, shelters, newspapers. Dearly missed by family!!

If anyone has news of Kiki - please contact at

Correct Email:

moosedogg3@yahoo.ca

or post any news of her on this site. Many thanks.

Am also attaching another photo.

BenMax
November 24th, 2008, 10:58 AM
There is a very high kill animal control in St-Sauveur. Please find out where they are located and bring a picture with you. Advise all vet clinics around you and post posters everywhere including depanneurs and grocery stores. I wish you luck and a safe return to your baby.

Frenchy
November 24th, 2008, 08:21 PM
Have you called the Labelle SPCA ? They're for Laurentides area.

moosedogg
November 26th, 2008, 03:44 PM
Thank you for the recommendation to check with SPCA Laurentides - Labelle which we have done (and left a flyer with them). Also we have notified the SPCM which is responsible for animal control in the St. Sauveur / Ste. Adele / Morin Heights region.

We had been warned from day one that they are 'high kill', which may be the norm. In our case though, Carole, the dogcatcher with SPCM has been extremely helpful in the search for Kiki, including posting flyers and keeping alert for news of her, especially in Ste. Anne des Lacs. She is obviously a woman who cares about dogs which is wonderful - especially in her line of work.

BenMax
November 26th, 2008, 03:51 PM
I wish you the very best of luck. Good for the lady - nice to hear!