|"Our precious Boston Terrier, Bean, is missing. Here is what happened. |
On January 17th, 2007 we were planning to return to NY from Puerto Rico the next day. So, on the 17th, Miguel and our 3 year old son took Bean to a veterinarian to make sure that we had all necessary paper work for our flight back. After leaving the vet Miguel decided to make one quick stop to pick up a puzzle promised to our son. He parked in the shade next to the El Amal pharmacy on Avenida Camp Rico, in Carolina, a municipality of San Juan, and left the windows open enough to let air in for Bean. We do not usually leave the dog in the car and Miguel came out more than once to check on him while he waited to check out. In less than a minute from Miguel’s last going outside to check on Bean, someone took him. It was clear on the window of the car that someone pushed the window down enough to open the door which had been locked. Again, this happened in a VERY quick instant. We do not leave Bean or any other pet in the car normally. We have filed a report with the police and passed out fliers to nearby businesses and residents. We very much want to get our dear Bean back. Our three year old especially misses Bean.
We are attaching a flyer with Bean's information. We were advised to list a reward specifically, to attract attention. Bean is a Boston Terrier, and weighs about 14 lbs. He is two and a half years old which means almost done with his puppy energy! He has been neutered. He was taken with a black collar with reflective footprints on it, and three tags (rabies, town license and identifying tag). He had a black leash on. Bean is very friendly and usually very happy. He is incredibly patient with children. "