At some point, even the most inert household pet may suddenly heed the call of the wild and adventure into the forest primeval.
In the past, frantic masters have had few options beyond driving aimlessly around hill and dale hanging fliers and yelling themselves hoarse. Now, thanks to some proven technology and Evergreen Animal Protective League volunteer Isobel McQuiston, there’s a far more effective — and far less exhausting — way to bring wandering homebodies in from the cold.
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