It rained this morning! I really enjoyed walking the dogs at 4 in the morning in the rain. It made good working conditions for Mu. We searched in Edmonds, in a mix of homes and apartments. In one yard, a woman threw open the door screaming at us to get out of her yard, saying we had violated her rights and she was calling the police. The cat’s owner had obtained specific permission for the search, but apparently this woman didn’t understand what she had agreed to. It took ten minutes for the cat’s owner to calm this woman down so we could resume the search. I wouldn’t be surprised if we were shot one of these days. It says LOST PET RESCUE on the back of my jacket, and Mu wears an orange vest. I make sure to position my body between Mu and the upset person, so any bullets would hit me and not him. We are just looking for a lost cat. Maybe people need to turn off the TV and unplug the Internet so they won’t get so worked up.
August 2nd, 2019
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Principal at Three Retrievers Lost Pet Rescue, volunteer at Useless Bay Sanctuary, author of A Voice for the Lost