Lost Beagle in Lakes of Eldrige Area, Houston

March 3, 2011

As you know, as an avid animal lover, I frequently post lost or found pets in our area.

Female Beagle lost 3/2/11

Look at that sweet face. This pretty gal was lost from her owner’s home in Lakes of Eldridge on March 2, 2011. Who wouldn’t miss such a nice pet. Please let us know if you see her or hear of someone who found a Beagle so that we can help get her home where she belongs.

You may leave a comment here or contact me directly at christi@christiborden.com or 281-492-5984. Thank you for your attention to this matter.


Cat found in Cinco Ranch… Do you know this lovely pet?

March 1, 2011

As you know, I post lost or found pets in our area of Katy, TX.

Found cat in Katy, TX

Another shot of found cat in Cinco Ranch, Katy TXAttached are photos of a sweet cat found off Enchanted Meadows in the Sierra Meadows neighborhood of Cinco Ranch (near Cinco Ranch Boulevard and Kilpatrick Elementary).

He is about two years old and neutered. Please comment here or call Katie if you recognize this cat or think you may know the owners. Katie’s contact number is 281-923-4107 or 281-395-9417.

The people who found the cat are urgently looking for someone to foster the cat until the owners are found as she is allergic to cats and having him here is starting to get to her! They are such a wonderful animal lovers and cannot bear to take it to a shelter… thanks again for your help.


All for the love of a Dog!

February 21, 2011

by christiborden

Macie, The Wonder Mutt

Our loving Macie who died 2/20/2011

Day one after my sweet loving companion has forever left my side and I am slightly numb. Day two and it promises more of the same.

I still walk gently in the dark to avoid stepping on her. I still wait for her to peek around the corner to see what I am up to. Cats had nothing on her curious nature. My daily routines so wrapped around her needs that I must now reorganize my day. Every little task, a memory of her. Something so simple as pouring that first cup off coffee…her signal that it was time for her treat and a walk to her lake. Pavlov’s theory in full force, although I am not quite sure I wasn’t the one being trained to respond.

Amazing how much our lives become entrenched with those of our pets. When the kids flew the nest, the dog and I developed our “you and me, pal” attitude to get through our day. We eventually settled into a comfortable partnership that filled the void left by their departure. We both loved when our boys and their smelly friends blew in for weekends and holidays. The house then filled up again with laundry, fun and laughter. She would give me that knowing look that said, “ah, this is as it should be”. Both of us sad to see them go but also content with a home at peace.

Quiet… now it is all too quiet and suffocating. I know this will pass. I welcome the day when I can replace the searing pain of loss with the sweet joy of memory. I know in my heart that she was loved and returned that love completely. I know she is not in pain. I know that if dogs have souls, hers is shining above with a bright light, a wet nose and a wagging tail. And for her brief time on this earth, I thank God that I was her Human.


Dog Found in Katy, TX Area…

February 19, 2011

I regularly post pets that are either lost or found in my area. Please leave a comment here or contact me if you have a lead on the owner so we can get this cute girl home to her family tonight. 

 

We found this young tan with white legs female dog (seemed part Lab) in the front garden. We took turns with the neighbors to go around asking whose it belongs to. (No success)

She is well looked after, very well-behaved, and she seemed a bit disoriented. She stayed with us last night, but we have no room for another dog. She refused to eat but finally a little food, water and a bone (see pictures)

We took it her to CAP as recommended by neighbors. Therefore, I wonder what else could we do, and we all hope she gets back to her home.

We wonder if you would mind posting her pictures in your site

Best regards,

Luis Garcia