Humane society explains why lost pet was never returned to owner

Humane society explains why lost pet was never returned to owner


A LOST DOG THAT WAS TURNED IN TO THE HUMANE SOCIETY WAS NEVER RETURNED TO ITS OWNER. OFFICIALS SAY THERE COULD HAVE BEEN A PROPER IDENTIFICATION. THE HUMANE SOCIETY SAYS WITHOUT AN I-D TAG OR A MICROCHIP, LOST PETS WILL BE UP FOR LOST PET BACK. MANOLO? MANOLO: JOE, IT’S ALSO IMPORTANT TO CONTACT THE HUMANE was told it had already been adopted. The dog did not have any identification so the humane society says it didn’t have a choice. Suzy Tam, Hawaiian Humane adoptions floor.” adopted out and during that time the humane society will also try to get a hold of the owner.” Suzy Tam, Hawaiian Humane your contact information is also updated with us we will send out an email we’ll try to Tam tells me a microchip is the best form of identification In the past fiscal year, the Hawaiian Humane Society tells us that it has reunited more than 26-hundred pets society’s website. Suzy Tam, Hawaiian Humane you know your dog or your cat or whatever animal you have is not there and that way we can try to make a match just As for the woman who contacted us, she wanted to Suzy Tam, Hawaiian Humane privacy is safeguarded through us.” MANOLO: WE’VE POSTED A LINK TO REPORT A LOST PET TO THE HAWAIIAN HUMANE SOCIETY ON OUR WEBSITE

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