UPDATE: ‘Kandee,’ a Black Female Standard Poodle, Has Been Found!


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9/17/12 UPDATE: BTB Reader Phillip Buchner updated us with this good news Monday night:

KANDEE IS HOME!

Among the many wonderful Burien residents we handed cards with our contact info and Kandee’s picture was Shirley Strand and thank God we did!

We were feeling mighty down because earlier today we heard that she was whining and crying in the ravine she disappeared into last night but could not find her.

Around sunset we decided to take one last look for her and at the same time Shirley went out to get her mail and there was Kandee! We were almost there when she called and Shirley followed Kandee in her car and kept in contact with us guiding us right to her!

THANK YOU SHIRLEY! You are a Goddess in my eyes!

PREVIOUSLY:

BTB Reader Phillip Buchner wants our Readers to be on the lookout for ‘Kandee,’ a black female standard poodle who has been lost in the Burien/Normandy Park since Thursday, Sept. 13.

She has been spotted near the Normandy Park Cove, on Sylvester road, was nearly caught at 170th and 16th Ave SW, and was most recently seen on SW 167th Place in the Three Tree Point neighborhood around 5:30 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 16.

“But she slipped away down a ravine and we were unable to locate her again,” Phillip said.

Phillip adds, “the pictures attached do not really look like her as poodles’ appearance is affected by the current haircut.”

She is currently shaggy around her head, ears and paws and short cut on the rest of her body.

Here are some pics of Kandee – click images to see larger versions/slideshow:

Kandee is wearing her collar and license.

If you see her please call 206-850-2135, 206-484-3193 or Pretty Paws at 206-444-4656.

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7 Responses to “UPDATE: ‘Kandee,’ a Black Female Standard Poodle, Has Been Found!”
  1. Jim Branson says:

    I would urge everyone not to try to catch her. The more people try to catch her, the more she will run and hide. I would recommend a humane trap, and calming signals.

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  2. Stan says:

    Best wishes on Kandee’s swift return.

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  3. Joe Wills says:

    Hope your puppy makes it home soon…

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  4. Jim Longoria says:

    Kandee harvests fruit in her own yard and as she has got to be very hungry please forgive her if you see her eating in your garden!

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  5. Phillip Buchner says:

    KANDEE IS HOME! Among the many wonderful Burien residents we handed cards with our contact info and Kandee’s picture was Shirley Strand and thank God we did! We were feeling mighty down because earlier today we heard that she was whining and crying in the ravine she disappeared into last night but could not find her. Around sunset we decided to take one last look for her and at the same time Shirley went out to get her mail and there was Kandee! We were almost there when she called and Shirley followed Kandee in her car and kept in contact with us guiding us right to her! THANK YOU SHIRLEY! You are a Goddess in my eyes!

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  6. Inga says:

    Oh congratulations! My Gracie was missing last week and we found her too.

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    • Phillip Buchner says:

      Gracie still has a sign up at Seahurst park, shall I take it down when I remove Kandee’s later today?

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