The last time I saw Pedrito was after he finished eating dinner on Friday, May 5th. He left by himself and I have not seen him since. While he has left in the past, the most he stays gone is two to three days.
Monday, May 8th we were on our way to a doctor's appointment and took the back way out of the subdivision. The back way is a shortcut to the north part of the city where most of the commercial establishments, fast food, and restaurants are located. The road is narrow and in some spots, there is no shoulder to speak of. I thought I saw a dog that resembled Pedrito but I had several cars in back of me and no place to pull over. Anyhow that dog was heading back to our neighborhood.
Even if it had been him there is no way my mother was going to let me put him in the car, not that he would be willing to get in any way. I could not leave him inside the car as we went in for her appointment, he would jump out if I left the window open and I would have to do that.
Returned home the same way just in case but did not see him. I had filled his water container to the brim so I could see if someone had drunk out of it but it was intact. Rode all over the neighborhood with lowered windows calling out his name. He is the only one of the three that actually responds to the name I gave him.
Tuesday we had to go to San Antonio but I left food and water out just in case. Neither he, Tammie or Oscar came around.
Wednesday I even went to the City of Del Rio Dog Pound but they told me that they do not pick up dogs from the county, something I already knew. The lady worker told me that viewing hours were 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
I did not have a picture of him but remembered the blog, the only thing is that header pictures do not show up on cell phones. I described him to her but she said the dogs they had did not match my description.
I walked around the places where I still could on mother's property but I did not smell any foul odors to indicate he had perished. I am at a loss for what could have happened to him. All I can hope is that he is safe and in a loving home.