Here is her story from her Mother:
"On Saturday, March 13th, our dog, Chulo, ran off and hasn't returned. We live in Galveston and since it was the first Saturday of Spring Break, I suspect he could have been picked up by someone who lives off the island and who thought he was just a stray dog. We have posted signs, gone to the animal shelter, put an ad in the paper, and simply driven for hours at a time with no luck. I'm a teacher and we are currently on Spring Break ourselves, and my nine year old doesn't want to do anything since Chulo went missing. In fact, I found a couple of saved documents that she created saying how she really misses him. I have attached these to this email. They are saved as "I'M GOING TO LOVE YOU CHULO AND MISS U IM CRYING RIGHT NOW L FROM AVALYNA" & "help!!" Last night, as I put her to bed, she cried for quiet a while. I didn't know what to say, except that he might come back. She asked, "How do you know." I obviously responded with, "I don't. I just hope he does." I feel completely useless, yet, I have to be strong for her. I just want my little girl to have a better week than she has so far. Right now, I feel useless as a parent trying to comfort my daughter. As a parent, that's the worst feeling anyone could have. Any news exposure would help at this point. Even our smallest puppy misses Chulo and doesn't want to eat or play much. We've lost a member of our family and would appreciate any little bit of help we can get at this time please."
If you can help bring Chulo home, contact Sarah Guevara at (409) 939-3168