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A Bay Roberts couple has renewed hopes of bringing their lost dog home, eight months after she went missing.
Zoe, a yellow Labrador mix, went missing in April after she escaped from a backyard near Brigus.
Her owners, Peter Vaters and Rebecca Curlew, searched for Zoe every day for six weeks, until they got a call saying a dog like Zoe had been found dead along the side of the highway.
"It was heartbreaking … but we thought she was gone and we gave up," said Curlew.
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Late last month, a Brigus man set up a camera in the woods near his property after his moose pelts were dragged away and eaten.
Thinking he'd see a coyote on the camera, the man was surprised to instead find a hungry dog.
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Justine McPherson, 17, was last seen on the afternoon of Sunday, Nov. 24, in the city's Sargent Park area.Justine McPherson, 17, was last seen on the afternoon of Sunday, Nov. 24, in the city's Sargent Park area.
He posted a photo online, which made its way to Zoe's owners.
She was skinny, but easy to identify by her homemade bandana, and it didn't take long for a Facebook group dedicated to finding Zoe to be flooded with more than 4,000 members from all over the world, anxious to see the skinny dog home with her family.
"It's overwhelming, the amount of support from volunteers, from people in the area, from people we have never met, people online," said Vaters. "It's just absolutely amazing, and all that support will help get Zoe home."
It's not as much as a search right now as it is a waiting game. - Peter Vaters
The search team has managed to get a good sense of where Zoe's been spending her time off the grid.
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She's been spotted on the same surveillance cameras around the same time every night.
"She definitely has a good sense of locating food," said Curlew. "We've heard from some people that she's dug up some broccoli.… We've heard that she's been getting into some compost and some trash cans. I know she looks skinny, but we'd like to remind people not to put food out for her. We're trying to lure her into the traps and this food is kind of putting us a step backwards."
Zoe's animal instincts and timid nature may have helped to keep her alive in the wild for the past eight months, but Vaters said that fearfulness is also making her rescue a challenge.
Zoe's owners are encouraging good-meaning people to stay clear of the area to ensure she's not scared away from the traps.
"It's not as much as a search right now as it is a waiting game," he said. "We can't approach her, we can't call out to her.… She'll run."
So her owners keep a close eye out and wait, with renewed hope all these months later, of being reunited with Zoe.
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