A neighbor wrote to tell us about a friendly dog found wandering on Beacon Hill a couple of days ago. Know who he belongs to? See this Craigslist page for more information.
Neighbor Andy writes:
“Small dachshund mix spotted at Jefferson Park on 5/5/13 at about 9:00am. Dog was mostly black with a white neck and no collar. Was very skittish and took off toward the food forest when I tried to call it. Email email@example.com if you have any questions.”
Neighbor Bridge Joyce writes:
“A dog was found the evening of 1/29 on Atlantic, at the bottom of the stairs. It is a tall stature, male, probably 1-2 years old. He is friendly but skittish, and is probably a wolfdog mix of some sort. I’ve attached some photos. I’ll take it to the vet tomorrow to see if it’s chipped. If this is your dog, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.”
We’ve had stories about lost and found cats, dogs, and chickens here on the Beacon Hill Blog. We’ve even run a story about a goat (who turned out to be a sheep). But today we have a first — a found parakeet.
Neighbor Barbara writes:
“[My partner] found a parakeet walking on the sidewalk at about 12th and Judkins on Sunday, January 27th, by the condo development right before the park/picnic area near the dog park by the Jose Rizal Bridge.
Attached is a flyer that our 8-year-old daughter put together, along with a photo. Can you post it on the blog?
I’m sure he or she is someone’s pet, that perhaps flew out the window!”
Neighbor Maureen writes:
Found Black Male Dog Poodle Mix on Beacon Avenue South of the VA Hospital around noon today. He has a collar but no ID tags. Not chipped per our vet. Very sweet!! Please call 303-589-1468 (I am in Seattle.).
A quick note from neighbor Kristin:
I have found a lost elderly poodle. Male – auburn hair color with red collar.
Please call 206-618-8765. Thank you!
Neighbor Heather writes:
“Can you please put this photo up of this cat? A couple of us have seen it around 13th-14th Avenue South and Stevens. It’s super friendly, but has no collar. Just want to make sure it has a home.”
Neighbor Bryna writes:
A gorgeous, large, wirehaired, black and tan, dog showed up in Benefit park this morning. No tags, just a large choke type collar and a heavy carabiner. I can be reached at 916-838-5849.
Please help me find this dog’s home!
Neighbor Joshua sent us this message last night:
“This sweet girl ran up to me this afternoon on 13th near Angeline around 5:30. She would really like to go home. Is she yours? Give me a call at 206.354.2582.”
Another dog is not where he should be. Neighbor Allison posted a plea to the Beacon Hill Mailing List last night: “Our golden retriever Jack escaped our yard near El Centro. As of 10pm he's out and about. He typically comes home on his own. He wears a tag but the current one may not have our phone numbers on it.” Contact us here at the blog if you find Jack.
(Editor’s note: Jack has now been found!)
(Editor’s note, 1/13: We have been told that the dog is back with his family now.)
Are you missing a pit bull? A neighbor reported to us via Twitter:
“Found this beautiful fixed male pit trying to get into our yard to play. South Beacon Hill. We had to take him to the Seattle Animal Shelter. They will hold him and can be contacted about him. He was super sweet.”