Find My Dog Chris Need Help Schools & Kids, posted by Monica Yeung Arima, a resident of the Professorville neighborhood, on Aug 15, 2012 at 1:00 am Monica Yeung Arima is a member (registered user) of Palo Alto Online
I have a full page ad for Chris this last Friday on PA Weekly. I found my dog Chris from some leads. Some kids have him and decided to keep him. He goes to Menlo Atherton High School and I need help to locate where he lives. He is going to be a senior and I have his name. Call me at 650 888-4116 if you can help.
Posted by Owner of Dog, a resident of the Professorville neighborhood, on Aug 15, 2012 at 4:56 pm
Thanks for your kindness. Chris was back to where he belong.
There was dog tag, microchip in the dog, so there is no reason not to locate the owner. It was also reported to the Palo Alto Animal Services and Peninsula Human Society. Flyers in the neighborhood, pet shops, groomers, vet within the 15 miles.
The teens got the dog and have the nerve to call me and play with me but yet did not give me their numbers and hang up multiple times. Until they got loose and did not remember to block the number. I manage to call them back and they were shocked. They did text me "xyz" language on my phone but the calls stopped.
Then the mom of the teen was so attached to the dog, she did not want to give up the dog until the police called. I did go down there with a couple friends to get Chris back. We are united and thanks for all the leads and help from friends. The full page ad in the Palo Alto Weekely (8/10) helped to bring the leads in. Thank you for all your help.
Posted by Hmmm, a resident of East Palo Alto, on Aug 15, 2012 at 9:53 pm
Monica Arima - I am soooo glad for you! Chris is just gorgeous & must be very happy. What a wonderful relief. How selfish that these people were so attached to the dog they couldn't give him up - & the adult was the instigator.
Sparty - love your dog! We have several that look similar but are convinced they're lap dogs - & that's why we can sleep w/the windows open on a hot night.
Posted by Nora Charles, a resident of Stanford, on Aug 22, 2012 at 5:40 pm
I'm so happy your beloved Chris is home, safe and sound.
How sick of those teens to taunt you, rather than immediately returning Chris. And for the mother to wanted to keep him; what an irresponsible message to give to her kids. Too bad they all didn't receive a big slap on the wrist or fine for what should be illegal acts.