Santa Ana resident Jennifer Aguilar has lost her Australian Cattle Dog, Ozzy. Her family is offering a reward for his safe return.
Ozzy has been missing for five days. He was last seen at Lyon St. and McFadden in Santa Ana. Continue reading
UPDATE: My daughter filed a police report. I imagine that the suspects we named are going to have a rough time with the SAPD tomorrow…
I received a panicked phone call from my son Joey last night. He is at UCLA, where he lives in an off-campus apartment with other students. He was wondering if our dog Sparky was lost. This took me by surprise as Sparky was sitting next to me on the couch. So I asked Joey why he thought Sparky might be lost. And that is when this tale took a turn for the weird.
Someone apparently put up lost dog fliers all over Downtown Santa Ana and in my own neighborhood. The fliers include my name and cell phone number and a picture of my dog that was posted a long time ago on Facebook. A friend of Joey’s saw the flier on a pole, while he was at the Downtown Santa Ana Art Walk last night and he texted the picture to Joey. We later found a flier on our own street, also on a pole. That means whoever is behind this walked right by my home… Continue reading→
One of my neighbors in the Santa Ana’s Park Santiago Neighborhood sent me a note yesterday to let me know that his dog has been lost. Below is his note. Please keep an eye out for her!
On Sunday nite between 5-7pm, we lost our dog. We were away and she was not home when we returned. She is a black, tan and grey terrior mix and weights ~30lbs. Her face is mostly grey. She has been with us for 8 years. Her name is Marlow. If anyone has any information, please call 714.953.6836, please leave a message if we are not home.