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Missing dog allegedly thrown out of car

Tuesday, December 06, 2011
Frosty courtesy of the Santa Cruz SPCA

Frosty courtesy of the Santa Cruz SPCA

A dog missing from the Santa Cruz SPCA was allegedly seen thrown out a car in Monterey, SPCA officials said Monday.

The 1-year-old cream-colored poodle-terrier mix, named Frosty, was last seen on the Coast Guard Pier, bleeding from the mouth and running away after supposedly being thrown from a car near the tunnel by Lighthouse Avenue.

Frosty is still on the loose and may be reluctant to approach people, officials said.

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Anyone who sees or catches Frosty or witnessed the incident with the car is asked to call the Santa Cruz SPCA at (831) 465-5000 or the Monterey SPCA at (831) 373-2631 or 911.

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