Dog reunited with family
call saying that Angie had been caught. Later that evening Angie was back in their arms.
“A friend of the family had the idea of putting a kennel out in the area with a blanket and some things from Angie’s family, “said Sgt. Demmon. “It worked and the next morning, Angie was curled up on the blanket. She is a little bit thinner, but she is home now.”
“There were lots of people in the community that spent time looking, the Linden Citizens on Patrol (COPS) group, Howdy Robinson, Sherri Trithart, Flo Robinson, and Carrie Penner especially. The Carbon Fire Department had members out just about every day searching. Sgt. Demmon was an absolute godsend. He refused to give up and was contacting media, going door to door for us, and never gave up. Darlene Burt spent more nights and days staked out than I can tell you.” Cal and Debbie’s daughter, Sheri White told “We aren’t sure how she stayed warm. We found tracks near a coyote den that looked like she may have been curling up in it. We found lots of dead cow and deer carcasses that she was munching on in the