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Mandy, the therapy dog missing since a Jan. 11 car accident and fire in the Finn Hill neighborhood, was found Saturday morning, Jan. 25.

Her owner is one happy man. Some cyclists spotted her in the woods near Northeast 138th Street. They tracked her until she tired enough so she could be cornered in a back yard. Her owner, who was also out searching, was notified and hurried to the scene, where they were reunited.

Mandy was very wet, and had a sore rear paw, but was otherwise in good shape. She was taken to Inglewood Veterinary Clinic, checked out, bathed and dried, and released to her owner. Several neighbors participated in the search in addition to the cyclists. There were a lot of smiles and congratulations exchanged in a story that has a happy ending.

Earl Thurston, Kenmore

 

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