A Note from OBG President, Teresa Butler
It is now Day 9 since Ainsley first ran away from her adoptive home. A tracking dog followed her scent for about a mile away from her home. A humane trap was set up at that location and a camera with a motion sensor was set up so that we would know if Ainsley came near the trap. She did not, so today, the tracking dog will be making another attempt to find her. Meanwhile there have been a number of calls from people who have seen the missing dog flyers and have spotted Ainsley. The good news is that she is alive and as long as she is alive, there is hope.
Ainsley's adopters are working very closely with OBG volunteers who are helping with the search for Ainsley. I want to give a very special thank you to Debbie, Shannon, Melissa, Mary and Mark for all they have been doing to try and find Ainsley, as well as a thank you to all volunteers who have been involved in hanging flyers.
The story of Ainsley and her "Be Mine 9" brothers and sisters touched so many hearts and we are all pulling for a happy ending for this little sweetheart. Many of you have emailed me asking for updates and I know she is in your thoughts and prayers. I will continue to keep you all updated as to the status of our search.
If Ainsley is spotted, please call Cathy at 540-907-7226. If you are unable to reach anyone at that number, please leave a message at that number and also leave a message on the OBG line at 703-533-2373.