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So far, not many pets have been reported missing as a result of Hurricane Irene. That may change and Rutland County Humane Society (Pittsford, Vermont 05763) wants to remind people that if you have lost or found a pet in Rutland County, call RCHS at 483-6700 24/7. RCHS staff or the answering service can give you information that will help.

You can also post on Rutland County Humane Society’s Facebook page. Thanks to Advanced Answering for providing this service at no charge to RCHS for many years.

Irene was a reminder that disaster planning should include your pets.  For information on how to plan ahead, please visit the ASPCA’s Disaster Preparedness page.

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Miela was lost on May 9, 2011 in Catskill, New York, near the cement plant.

She is very sweet, not aggressive at all, but a little shy when people approach. If you spot her, please do not run after her, but sit down and try to coax her to you.

Perfect Pets Rescue is very worried about her; please help! Reward.

Contact: Allison Bell, 209 Hill Road, Elizaville, New York 12523; call 914-466-4947.

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Phoebe, a 7-year-old tri-colored female Basset Hound was last seen near 270 Second Hill Road, Bridgewater, CT, on 9/19. She has also been spotted in New Milford, CT. Her owner is in the hospital for chemotherapy and is trying his best to organize help for her return.

Please call with any information: 860-355-1441 or 860-354-2138. $500 reward.

Also, New England Basset Hound Rescue is looking for volunteers who can help with Phoebe’s safe capture in one of the rescue’s dog-sized Havahart traps. Phoebe actually went missing when she first came in to NEBHR 18 months ago and they were able to trap her with food. She is a very timid dog and they don’t want to chase her any further — they’re hoping that she’ll be hungry enough like she was last time and go to the traps.

NEBHR needs to arrange to get the traps from Mansfield, Mass., to the Roxbury/New Milford, CT area and also find some volunteers who can help check on the traps once they’ve been placed in the areas where she’s been spotted.

Please contact NEBHR at nebhr@live.com if you can help and please forward this message to others.

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