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Needles, California: Reward still being offer for a lost dog name Sissy from Mohave Valley, Arizona, a wirehaired female jack russell terrier has been missing Independence Day of Saturday, July 4th, 2020.
Sissy went missing in the area of Willow Drive and Arizona State Route 95 (Highway 95) because of being scared by fireworks, and since Sissy gone missing, sightings of the lost dog has been coming into the family who want Sissy home.
According to Sabrina Walters, recent sightings including Needles Unified School District, crossing the Needles Bridge back to Arizona and possibly with homeless man on the local bus in Needles.
If you have located Sissy, Sabrina Walters ask you to please call Needles Animal Shelter at: 1 (760) 326-4952 and then call or text either Luke at: 1 (928) 916-7009 or Sabrina at: 1 (928) 916-7010.
Please make sure to note the time, exact location and line of travel, and snap a picture if you are able.
Sabrina Walters is asking anybody who spot Sissy to not chase or pursue as she is in “Survival mode, we need her to stay on current path.”
Sabrina Walters said that it’s okay to offer water and treats, but no food as we are trying to get her to use food stations.
A reward of $1,000 is being offered for Sissy; no questions asked and may remain anonymous.
Sabrina Walters said that she have proof of ownership & she has microchip ID (http://www.petkey.org).
The family wants their dog back; their lives are not the same without our baby girl.