Mercer Island Reporter


Letter | Young heroes find Frannie frightened by fireworks

July 8, 2013 · 9:40 AM

Despite sedatives from the vet, the wearing of a ThunderJacket vest, and Music To Soothe A Dog’s Ears playing in every room, one of our dogs, Frannie, was so terrified by the fireworks popping off in our neighborhood that she mouthed the latch away from a window and jumped out. She ran off in a crazed, panicked state. She was found roaming in a panic in Pioneer Park, off of Island Crest Way.

If anyone knows the two young women who helped us find our Frannie — Jennifer Peterson and Jenesa Chin — please let us know. We would like to thank them properly.

They comforted me after I had been out running and calling for Frannie with no luck. They told me to take heart that they would not stop looking until she was found. They were true to their word. They did not stop until she was found. Surely these young women are earthly angels.

If you know them, let them know no act of random kindness goes unappreciated.

Hal Quinn, Terri Hildebrandt & Family



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