Amaz­ing Air­lie

Whitsunday Times - - WHITSUNDAY VIEWS -

WE WOULD like to sin­cerely thank the won­der­ful peo­ple of the Air­lie Beach re­gion for their help with find­ing our lost dog Roxy.

Roxy es­caped from a carer while we were vis­it­ing Air­lie for Easter.

Thanks to the kind­ness of lo­cals, and thanks to the Face­book Page – Lost Pet Co­or­di­na­tor Whit­sun­days Re­gion – Roxy was thank­fully re­united with us.

The Lost Pet Co­or­di­na­tor Face­book page is run by a won­der­ful group of vol­un­teers (thanks so much to Ca­role and Jane who we had the plea­sure of meet­ing).

They, as well as many other peo­ple of Air­lie, went out of their way to help us search for our lost best mate, who was found af­ter 22 hours of ex­ten­sive search­ing (and many blis­ters).

If you ever lose your pet, find a lost pet or sight a loose pet, please post de­tails on the Lost Pet Co­or­di­na­tor Whit­sun­days Re­gion page on Face­book. It works! We had so many lo­cals, taxi driv­ers, bus driv­ers etc call us to ad­vise of sight­ings.

This in­cred­i­ble group and Face­book page will save so many pets by re­unit­ing them with their loved ones, and this group will also save the fran­tic own­ers a great deal of heartache.

Once again, thank you so much to the de­light­ful peo­ple of Air­lie Beach who as­sisted us to find our beloved 14-year-old dog.

So many peo­ple helped us by search­ing for her, let­ting us stomp through their yards, ad­ver­tis­ing that she was miss­ing, call­ing with sight­ings etc.

To­tal strangers even drove the streets look­ing for her.

Such a car­ing com­mu­nity – words can­not ex­press our grat­i­tude.

Tracy Thomp­son and Paul Kan­ters,

Yep­poon

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