Gozer Goes Missing; $1,000 Reward for Her Safe Return

The following is a statement issued by Becca Edwards, the Dog Kennel Manager at The Humane Society for Inland Mendocino County:

$1000 dollar reward for Gozer’s return

Or your help in catching her.

We need allies in the area to set up a feeding routine. Get her comfortable enough to stay put so we can set our trap. Who can help us!!!

It’s been 3 days, no sightings of Gozer. I’m not ok 😭 Our team is out flyering and speaking to neighbors in the areas every day. Please please keep your eyes out for our girl. We really need a sighting! Gozer was last seen in 5000 block of Robinson Creek Road on 1/11. She has been missing since 1/7 from Oak Knoll in Ukiah, she needs to be fed and kept in one area. Do not chase, a friendly dog will help. Thank you for sharing. Gozer is a scared dog from a hoarding case in Lake County who was rescued by HSIMC in October 2020 and has been loved in foster care since. She slipped her foster to adopt home and is not willing to be caught. We need a miracle!! We need your help!!

Call 707 472 1272

707 596 0900

707 485 0123

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