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None "Lost" at this time.

Lost and Found


Lost: August 20, 2011 — Found: August 31, 2011


  • Female
  • spayed 3-year old
  • 27 lbs
  • Recently shaved down
  • No beard or fall
  • No microchip
  • Wearing collar with ID, Rabies tag and License


Brannagha was rescued through a private placement at 1 year old (not a KBT Foundation placement). She is very sweet but very shy, not social and will not approach people. When she is nervous, she circles.


185th Avenue NW/Burns Parkway, Nowthen, MN 55330
She is from a rural place, surrounded by cornfields.
It is also coyote country.

Contact Owner:

Trina at



Brannagha is home and safe. The owners had received a call from someone who has spotted Brannagha, however since she is afraid of people, when they called her, she bolted.

They had lost the poster which had been put in their mailbox, but remembered seeing one at the local gas station, so called there to get the owner's number.

When the owners arrived, Brannagha was nowhere to be found. However they concentrated their search in that area and later found her.

Brannagha was 11 days alone, in coyote rich, rural farmland, afraid to accept help from people.

Brannagha is much thinner, but happy to be home with her people.

They promise they will microchip her.

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