KATY (Covering Katy News) – A six pound Chihuahua that’s been missing since escaping the care of its Cinco Ranch area groomer was recently spotted at George Bush Park but has not been captured. The dog escaped May 29, 2019.
The dog’s name is Daisy, and she was gone for several hours before anyone noticed. Owner Kim Tremblay says she escaped through the fence at 9 a.m. and she was not notified of the problem until 1 p.m.
“Daisy was spotted Sunday evening crossing the first bridge on the bike trails behind Fun Fair Positive Soccer fields,” said Tremblay. “Then (she) turned east into the park,” Tremblay added.
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There is a $500 reward for the recovery and return of Daisy. There is also hope that today’s rain will help in the recovery efforts.
“I’m hoping that if she’s still alive, the rain will push her toward the main paths,” Tremblay said.
“We had around ten folks out looking and someone said they spotted her near George Bush Park,” said friend Robert Willeby.
“Some people think, it’s just a dog. What they don’t get, is that for an animal lover, these are our babies and that we carry the same emotions for them as we do our children,” Tremblay said.
The Harris County Precinct 5 Constable’s Office patrols George Bush Park and its deputies are on notice to be watching for Daisy.
“My husband even canceled his flight back to West Texas yesterday so we could hop on bikes and canvass the trails. We were out there the entire day on bikes and foot, with the exception of a few hours in the afternoon,” Tremblay said.
If you have any information on Daisy, call Kim Tremblay at 832-574-0192.
They have no doubt that Daisy is still alive, probably quite hungry, and in need of being returned home.
“She’s a survivor and she’s fast,” Tremblay said.