lost and found …

by Sharon Santoni
 [blank]Oh my goodness!  You very nearly didn’t get a blog post today, nor any other day for a while.
These two monster pups went missing early yesterday, and I think we lived the most horrible 24 hours we have experienced as  a family.
Posters were photocopied and distributed around the valley; local radio stations ran alerts; the postman and the policemen had pictures of them in their vans; the butchers and the bakers had pictures of them in their store ….even my hairdressers had their picture up on the wall!
Dinner last night was a lifeless affair, nobody chatting, nobody even eating that much…
What made it worse for me was that I was the one who left the gate open.  Oh the incriminating looks that earned me!  Guilt lay heavily on me all night, and at five this morning I was out looking for them again.
How much we attach ourselves to these fur balls!  It is quite incredible.  How much love and affection we pour on them; how we love their funny ways.  Today they are home and I’d forgive them anything – even if they dig holes in the lawn again!
If you don’t have any animals I’m sure that you are rolling your eyes to the ceiling right now in utter disbelief at this blogger’s foolishness.  But if you have a cat or a dog or horse that you care for, I hope you’ll understand how we felt.
And where were they found in the end?  In the next village along the valley, they had managed to get into the garden of an uninhabited house, and then couldn’t find their way back out.  Luckily someone saw our poster and recognised their little mutt faces.[blank]
[blank]…the weekend can start now …[blank]


Anonymous May 17, 2013 - 12:28 pm

Having a pup go missing is heartbreaking. So glad they were found – they are precious.

mariondee-designs May 17, 2013 - 12:40 pm

I'm pretty sure they're happy to be back home too! We have animals and it is very easy to get attached, after all they are part of the family. all the best, Maryann

Roxane May 17, 2013 - 12:40 pm

I know exactly how you felt! Happy to hear they are back safe & sound 😀

Manon-London May 17, 2013 - 12:51 pm

I'm really happy for you that you found them!! I once lost my dog on the day of my birthday and I spent awful hours searching at him. He turned out that he was just chasing…. GIRLS!! I can still remember his little, happy and very excited head that popped on a road's turn when he finally decided that it was time he came back…after at least 3 hours!!

Francine Gardner May 17, 2013 - 12:54 pm

I have spent atrocious nights waiting for my dogs. As you, when my dog went missing (a large number of times), we would put posters everywhere, call and search. Sometimes, we did not even realized my beloved Cali was missing, and we would get phone calls, we have your lovely Cali in our backyard. She would go through the invisible fence, no matter how high the voltage was and then run for her life…one time she disappeared the night before we went on our family holiday to Greece…. we searched the entire night and found her at 5AM… and she was quite a ….hole digger!, i broke an ankle thanks to her … i am so glad you found your really sweet looking guys!

Fi.P May 17, 2013 - 1:01 pm

My heart goes out to you!! I'm so glad you found them.

Marina Pérez May 17, 2013 - 1:04 pm

Oh! Sharon, I'm very happy for you and your whole family, It must be horrible living something like that. I hope your sweet pets are ok. They look a little bit worried in the pictures. They promise you that they are not going to do it again..

Hugs from Spain


Di May 17, 2013 - 1:07 pm

They just wanted a night on the town! Di

Vlaďka May 17, 2013 - 1:17 pm

Hi Sharon I'm happy with you !!!!I know how did you feel. We had this same terrier for 16 years an I still love him.Your dogs are amazing and enjoy the time with them.
Have a nice summer Vladka

The White Pear Tree May 17, 2013 - 1:34 pm

What a relief this must have been! They're sooo cute! Have a lovely week-end.

Mystica May 17, 2013 - 1:40 pm

Thank God it ended well. I would have wanted to kill them and smother them with kisses at the same time.

Delaine May 17, 2013 - 1:47 pm

Oh me….tears came to my eyes when I read this post this morning! Sharon, I haven't physically met you and your family including these precious pups, but I can't help but feel like I really know you!! It's hard not to when I read your posts every day and you allow us into your wonderful world! This really hurt my heart to know what you went through not knowing where these beloved pets were! I am sooo happy these babies were found! I am a animal lover and I know how I would feel if Miz Duke came up missing! I can totally empathize with how you and your family felt…what a terrible feeling! There are nothing like dogs and their unconditional love. I know you will be spending the rest of the weekend hugging these pups! I look forward to more of your lovely posts of Gibson and Ghetto! 😀

Denise at Forest Manor May 17, 2013 - 1:49 pm

Oh Sharon, I'm so glad the sweeties are back home!!! I feel so bad for you and your family that you had to worry like that; we would have been the same way at our house. We do indeed get attached to our furbabies, and we would have been worried sick, as you were. They are quite the adventurers, those two. 🙂 It was so nice that the whole village was on the lookout for them; I'm glad the helpful neighbor recognized them and contacted you. Now you truly can enjoy your weekend.


Anonymous May 17, 2013 - 2:40 pm

Hi Sharon thank god you found them we would have all been broken hearted for you and your family. My daughter has a Labrador I love him dearly. My parents first dog got sick and they had to put him down we still cry about it. They become a part of the family and they matter. Now I know you are going to have a wonderful weekend. Regards Esther from Sydney.

Acquired Objects May 17, 2013 - 2:43 pm

We're innocent Mom, we're innocent! I know exactly how you feel Sharon yesterday Dylan dog gave chase down the drive after a coyote and didn't come home for an hour. I was worrying the whole time not because of the coyote because Dylan isn't fast eenough to catch it. I was worried about him getting lost but thankfully he knows where he lives. Glad your two monsters are back safe and sound.


Katherine May 17, 2013 - 2:45 pm

They are adventuresome little boys and thankfully stayed together on the while they explored. Good to hear that the community helped out and the pups are safely home. It will be a good weekend indeed.

Jennifer C. Webb May 17, 2013 - 2:46 pm

welcome home pups, thank goodness. I thought I had lost my husbands dog just days before our wedding….fearing I would be left at the altar over this dog. Many tears, runs of the neighborhood, and hours later….I noticed the usually closed door to the bathroom was firmly closed. Yes, she had somehow gotten gotten trapped inside….didn't bark to alert me…just lounging in the bathroom. Never been so happy to see her. That was six years ago….we sadly lost her to cancer this past fall. Thank you for reminding me the love we shared…my furry child.

Our tribute…


Gina May 17, 2013 - 2:49 pm

Dear Sharon, Not silly at all. I know exactly how you and your family felt. It has happened to us. So glad you found them, safe and sound. ox, Gina

Alison May 17, 2013 - 2:59 pm

What a relief that they are home safe and sound. Wouldn't it have been interesting to see what they had been up to the time they were away? I'm sure you'll never leave that gate open again. Should be a great weekend of snuggles and scratches and they'll never want to do that again!

Catherine May 17, 2013 - 3:15 pm

I can imagine the gut wrenching heartbreak and panic. No one is any sloppier about their animals then I am. I am so VERY glad they are home and this story has a happy ending. Have a peaceful weekend. XXX

Ann May 17, 2013 - 3:42 pm

Very happy they returned home. It is truly an anxious feeling to have pets disappear like that. A happy ending with lesson learned – close the gate always.

hostess of the humble bungalow May 17, 2013 - 4:11 pm

You must be so relieved. Our kitten escaped via a second story window and we were distraught for the 6 hours until we found him with the help of a neighbour.
Our pets are family.
I hope you rest easy now and give those pups an extra big cuddle.

LM2Cats May 17, 2013 - 4:40 pm

OMG totally understand I would be physically ill… we have 2 English Cocker Spaniels… if my girls went missing I would be beside myself, they are our fur kids !!! they are great with our children – perfect family pets ! so glad you found them 🙂 hubby left the gate open over the Xmas break and at 11 pm at night Lola one of our girls went missing for about half an hr… we walked up and down the st calling her, thankfully one of the kids spotted her under a tree – heart attack stuff !

Wild Oak Designs May 17, 2013 - 4:45 pm

I totally can relate, and I can rest that you found them.
Our two labs are like children to us…really. If they went missing, the world would stop spinning…
So glad to hear you found them….

The Blue Farmhouse May 17, 2013 - 4:56 pm

Honestly what would "My French Country Home" be without them? It would be like Ricardo without Lucy (I Love Lucy Show), jelly without peanut butter, McDonald's without hamburgers….unthinkable. {Sigh}…I'm glad they were found, so now I can keep reading!:)


lavenderandlinen May 17, 2013 - 5:00 pm

Ahh…so glad you found them! They are so adorable!

Mr. & Mrs. P May 17, 2013 - 5:18 pm

Your doggys seem to be quite the trouble makers!!

Lee McKenzie May 17, 2013 - 5:34 pm

I completely understand your anguish, and your relief at having found them. Now that your family is intact again, I hope you have a happy weekend!

peggy braswell May 17, 2013 - 5:37 pm

so glad they are home safe + sound. Our pets are like family, when they are in trouble, lost, suffering we want to ease their life. Bless them both. xxpeggybraswelldesign.com

Ms Lemon of Make Mine Lemon May 17, 2013 - 5:55 pm

Personally I think Ghetto is behind this. I am sure Gibson would not have left without his influence. 🙂 So sorry for the anxiety he caused. Hugs all around.

Anonymous May 17, 2013 - 5:56 pm

Wonderful for you and your family! The heart goes numb when they go missing. We've had a kind soul lure our Husky with a huge steak, another time she was once finally found at the county pound, so-o-o happy to see us. Celebrate your good fortune in finding them, Sharon!

Mary May 17, 2013 - 7:06 pm

My first thought: one of your bloggers finally couldn't stand it (hehehehe) – jumped on a plane and went to get those two absolutely loveable, irrisistible doggies. It is not funny. I really thought someone had taken them because they are so adorable. Nothing can be right for a family when one of theirs is missing. I've been there. I know how it feels. So happy they were found. All is well, now.

Kris Vogelsang May 17, 2013 - 8:05 pm

PHEW! So glad for the happy ending! They were so smart to stay together, and thank goodness you have a fabulously supportive community! Gotta wonder if Gibson was trying to get Ghetto to turn around and head home the entire time…

Anonymous May 17, 2013 - 8:56 pm

My eyes are filling up with tears. So happy they are home!


Sarah Malone, European Farmhouse Charm May 17, 2013 - 9:13 pm

Oh Sharon! So happy for you that little rascals are home safe. We know that feeling 🙂
Give them an extra pet today
Have a lovely weekend!
XO Sarah

KarenéeH May 17, 2013 - 9:23 pm

I'm glad they are home safe. When our golden went missing for just a little while, we were so worried. I can't imagine a whole day!
As an adult, I understand much better how worried my mother was when our St. Bernard pulled a board from our back fence and he and I went for a walk . . . I was about 4 or 5.

Amelia May 17, 2013 - 9:35 pm

No eye rolling from me. Totally understandy. Have gone through similar experience with my two dogs. Instead of being mad at both for sneaking out through the opened gate, they were both welcomed with open arms and kisses like the proverbial son & ( a daughter)…lol.

So happy Gibson and Ghetto were found and are home safely. I love my two furballs so much and totally identify with how you feel when your two were lost.

XOXO to G & G 🙂


Inside a British Mum's Kitchen May 17, 2013 - 10:13 pm

SO glad they're back home safe and sound – what a horrid scare.

sharon santoni at my french country home May 17, 2013 - 11:00 pm

heartbreaking is the word, it's amazing how many bad things you can imagine in just 24 hours!

sharon santoni at my french country home May 17, 2013 - 11:01 pm

They do look very pleased to by home Maryann, and they were certainly pleased to be fed!

sharon santoni at my french country home May 17, 2013 - 11:01 pm

thank you Roxane, we all feel the same way 🙂

sharon santoni at my french country home May 17, 2013 - 11:02 pm

Wow! Talk about a birthday to remember!!

sharon santoni at my french country home May 17, 2013 - 11:03 pm

we have tried that invisible fence for young ghetto, but getting a shock made him look so unhappy that we unplugged it!

sharon santoni at my french country home May 17, 2013 - 11:03 pm

thank you

sharon santoni at my french country home May 17, 2013 - 11:04 pm

I'm not sure they are worried but they do seem particularly pleased to be here again, almost as much as we are to see them!

sharon santoni at my french country home May 17, 2013 - 11:04 pm

you are probably right Di

sharon santoni at my french country home May 17, 2013 - 11:04 pm

thank you Vladka, it's nice to know I have readers who understand what we went through

sharon santoni at my french country home May 17, 2013 - 11:05 pm

relief is a huge understatement!

sharon santoni at my french country home May 17, 2013 - 11:05 pm

yup! except that I forgot about the killing part straight away 🙂

SALLY May 17, 2013 - 11:06 pm

Ohmygosh! I totally understand. Two days before our daughter's wedding, our beloved Wally ( a King Charles Cavalier )
went missing–my fault, having left the gate open. As I was searching for him, I kept thinking " Well, We'll have to postpone the wedding if we can't find Wally) I know that sounds nutty, but when I told my daughter what happened–after finding him–she said the same thing!
So Gibson and Ghetto made their way alllll the way to another village?? Maybe it's for the best they were trapped in a garden, thereby keeping them "put." Hooray for all your neighbors for putting out the posters and being alert!

sharon santoni at my french country home May 17, 2013 - 11:06 pm

unconditional love, that is it Delaine. They are very special indeed

sharon santoni at my french country home May 17, 2013 - 11:07 pm

I was amazed and very touched the way everyone joined in the hunt. I even had neighbours who set out to search for them yesterday evening!

sharon santoni at my french country home May 17, 2013 - 11:08 pm

Yup Esther, we have cried over the loss of a dog, it is very hard indeed

sharon santoni at my french country home May 17, 2013 - 11:08 pm

Hi Debra, I was sure you would understand. As you say it is all the stuff that we imagine could happen that gets us … that and the look of sadness on my children's' faces…

sharon santoni at my french country home May 17, 2013 - 11:09 pm

adventuresome, yes, that about nails it!

Pat May 18, 2013 - 1:55 am

Bet Ghetto was the leader.

Lee May 18, 2013 - 3:29 am

Oh Gosh, so glad you found them. I would have died if my pups had gone. So happy they are home.

Anonymous May 18, 2013 - 7:09 am

So happy to hear that your little travelers are back where they belong! I know exactly how you felt missing and wondering where they were. We once lost our Siberian Husky for three days after the gardener left the gate open. Finally after putting a lost ad in the newspaper, someone called us with the good news of finding him; but those three days were horrible – searching everywhere we could think and praying he would be returned. Glad all turned out wonderfully for you and your family! Let the weekend happily begin for you! 🙂

Pat F.
Las Vegas, NV USA

Colleen Taylor May 18, 2013 - 7:24 am

My heart goes out to you, the anxiety of it all. I'm so happy to hear they were found & are now home at last. Sweet weekend to you all. XO

Melissa Hebbard May 18, 2013 - 8:40 am

Sharon, I am so pleased for you that they were found. Great job with the posters, they were obviously most effective. I am sure that Gibson wasn't the ringleader here and he is looking most contrite!
I have had my beloved cats go missing for days and worried myself sick about them. Unfortunately not always a happy outcome, once I found one dead under the shed and frantically hacked at the shed floor with an axe, tears blinding me in an effort to retrieve his body.
Probably the worse though was minding my Mum's Jack Russell when she went overseas one winter. Old, blind, and deaf, she got out in a rainstorm and was missing for 3 days until a neighbour called to say she had seen Lucy in the vineyard. It was dusk and we raced around to see a huge vineyard stretching row upon row with the darkness minutes away. I feel to my knees, closed my eyes and preyed to God to let me open my eyes and see Lucy, and there she was, a few rows away huddled up and miserable. Well the lickings from her and the sobs of tears of relief from me. I don't think she would have survived another cold night.
Now give your two a big hug from all your Blog followers;)

Anonymous May 18, 2013 - 10:42 am

Love your blog, but have not commented before. I am so glad you have your lovely doggies home safe and sound again! I bet they were pleased to see you too!

Kathy from Tasmania

mnestorc May 18, 2013 - 11:47 am

So glad they are home safe and sound. I have a little jack russell and I would be devastated to lose her. Happy weekend!

Cynthia Watson May 18, 2013 - 12:04 pm

So glad for the happy ending – I found myself scrolling down to see if you found them, then I went back and read the rest of the post.

Amazing they were still together.

Poshe Poche May 18, 2013 - 12:19 pm

I'm so happy for you that your beasts are back; one of my two ~ a Jack Russell ~ is a runner, up and over the woodpile to freedom in the Charente countryside, and sometimes the whippet goes with him! Fortunately the longest they have been missing is 4 hours, and that was dreadful. You would think that nearly an acre of garden would be enough for them, but no ~ they have to go and see what that tractor is doing 3 fields away…

Lost in Provence May 18, 2013 - 12:41 pm

Sharon, I am just seeing this now and so wish that I could reach through the screen to give you a big, long hug. How we love our puppers. They are part of our family. I consider Ben and Kipling amongst my best friends.They are there for us through thick and thin, so we do the same for them willingly. So very grateful that your wonderful boys are home safe and sound…whoever found them deserves a good bottle of wine! 🙂

The enchanted home May 18, 2013 - 1:26 pm

My heart raced reading this..have been there and know that horrible sinking feeling. I soooo feel your pain and am so very happy they were found and returned home!!!!!! I can only imagine the agony you felt. Happy they are home where they belong!

Vickie May 18, 2013 - 3:06 pm

Sharon, I completely understand! Rose the Rat Terrier and Coco Chanel the rescued Chihuahua are family to me. I wouldn't be photographing or writing for quite some time if anything happened to either of them. In fact, my friends could probably be visiting me in the crazy hospital, for that is where I would be! I'm so glad your babies were found. Give them a big smooch from me! xxxooo

debbiespence.com May 18, 2013 - 3:43 pm

I am sorry for the stress and turmoil of your lost doggie ordeal, but so happy for you and your family that they have returned home wagging their tails behind them. Our beautiful Sheltie Lilly is a devoted friend to my children and they adore her. Sometimes she can drive you nuts with her barking and I want to just ship her away; especially last night when she attacked our cat. But then I read your tale of woe and I'm glad she is here right at home following me wherever I go. I so enjoy your blog and wonderful photos, they bring such charm to my days. Thank you!

Anonymous May 18, 2013 - 4:01 pm

Dear Sharon:
I totally understand how you felt and how you feel about your little family members. I am so glad that you were able to find them and that you can continue your wonderful blog in peace and harmony.
Angela Muller

painting and fine art May 18, 2013 - 4:46 pm

Oh that's awful. I have had pups go missing before. It's the worst. So so glad they were found ok! Can't imagine anything happening to those sweet faces!

Anonymous May 18, 2013 - 7:38 pm

I totally understand!!! Glad they were found and are home relaxing with the rest of the family!!!

Victoria May 18, 2013 - 8:38 pm

I am so happy for all of you. I would be heart sick too.

Leslie in Portland, Oregon May 18, 2013 - 10:54 pm

Our neighbors had an invisible fence put around their 3-acre property, but if their dog, Lola, was sufficiently tempted, she'd bolt through the fence, enduring a second of pain to reach whatever was on the other side. And then she could not get back onto their property without another jolt, so she'd camp in adjacent gardens! The neighbors finally unplugged their invisible fence too.

Leslie in Portland, Oregon May 18, 2013 - 11:19 pm

Sharon, I'm so sorry for what you and your family went through while Ghetto and Gibson were lost…it must have been excruciating. You swung into action, though, and did just the right thing in letting your community know that they were missing and asking for help. In fact, you've given me a couple of ideas to add to the protocols that our neighborhood petsearch team uses to help neighbors find lost pets. (It's amazing how often the missing pet is confined someplace.) I'm so glad that Gibson and Ghetto stayed together and were found without further anguish. Have a lovely weekend knowing that all of your family members are safe and happy. Well done, Leslie

P.S. If G&G; go on independent walkabouts every once in a while, you may want to equip their collars with GPS devices.

Laurie May 18, 2013 - 11:37 pm

Oh, I would never roll my eyes at this post, Sharon, as we have been through such an experience with our golden retriever, Lucy. I am so happy for you that Ghetto and Gibson were found and are now at home. (Just as Lucy is home with us now!)

Tish Jett May 19, 2013 - 12:49 am

Oh, Sharon, I would have jumped into my car and sped over to help you.Those little devils and, entre nous, we know who was responsible for the adventure. . .


RobinfromCA May 19, 2013 - 2:27 am

I'm so happy you found your pups! I know I would go crazy if our little dog got out and went missing! Whew, breathing a sigh of relief with you.
Enjoy your weekend – now!

paigenicholl May 19, 2013 - 3:50 am

I've spent some sleepless nights too – glad you found your family. Been reading your blog for awhile now and I'm hooked. One of the best out there. From one animal lover to another ….

Anonymous May 19, 2013 - 6:21 am

Reading the kind responses on this blog makes me feel like all is right with the world.

Vicki May 19, 2013 - 6:34 am

I know that horrible feeling; the instant moment when you know they're gone. No other word for it but frantic…how far have they gone, are they still together, are they hurt, has someone snatched them. Dogs are like quicksilver; gone in a minute on fast legs. Oh, I am so GLAD they are found; to have lost Ghetto and Gibson would be the worst, just the worst. We have come to know them, and they are special..Ghetto, a spirited sprite; Gibson, a noble gentleman. I know you know you are lucky, Sharon; it can often go the other way (tragedy). But we are human; we make mistakes (Mother would always say to me, " 'tis human to err, my dear"); yet these loving, loyal companion animals depend on us. Their noses lead them from any kind of logic (of course, we're all going to blame Ghetto for being the instigator!!).

My husband and I were in a car where we were rendered helpless to act on a busy, urban boulevard yesterday but, come running was one chihuahua and then, in the next block, also in front of who-knows-how-many cars, another. I knew they were a pair who had become separated. And you can see their confusion when they are lost. Heartbreaking.

But we also, usually, can't keep them so much under lock and key when there's a chance they can be supervised but free under a sunny sky, on the trail of a good smell, hearing a sound that could be…a cat?!!…watching a squirrel scamper up a tree or tasting something delicious in tall grass. We have spent the last two days at the beach while I recover from major surgery and to see dogs running on the sand, barking at the gulls and either leaping into, or scurrying away from the foamy water breaking the waves is very healing, perhaps for them as well as me. Dogs ask for little more than what we ask for ourselves.

Babi May 19, 2013 - 10:02 am

I know that horrible feeling.
The same happens me with my sweet Strike.
I'm happy you've found them. I can't imagine to live without my love.
Now there are many girls in heat … poor boy dogs!
Have a great week end with your beloved gods.
Bisous, Babi

Karen (Back Road Journal) May 19, 2013 - 2:23 pm

I know you have to be so relieved to have them safely home…now everyone can relax.

andiamo! May 19, 2013 - 3:18 pm

I have felt those horrible feelings, that rock in the pit of your stomach. I am so glad the pups returned safe and sound after their adventure. Enjoy the rest of your weekend!

tia maria luiza May 19, 2013 - 9:04 pm

This is my first comment here, after many visits to your delightful blog and lots of laughs over these two funny, adorable buddies. I am very happy they are back safe and sound from one of their adventures.
I would like to ask your permission to have some of their photos for my use only in one of my collection of screen savers and desktop images. I am a translator, one of my hobbies is tematic screen savers, and DOGGIES is the largest one!
Give them both a big hug from me and thank you for sharing all that with us!
Wish you a happy week,
Maria Luiza
(from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)

Julie May 20, 2013 - 4:46 am

You poor thing. I understand completely. I am so happy that they are safely home. It's horrible when a pet passes from old age but to lose one and never know what happened would be so much worse. I'm glad you didn't have to go through that for too long (although I'm sure it felt like forever). J

penelopebianchi May 20, 2013 - 7:10 am

10 years ago I lived through this exact ordeal. One of our dogs (she was the "dog of our life" for both my husband and me! We rescued her from "gang territory" in Los Angeles years before)!

Just gone! From the car! She went looking for me….the people in the restaurant saw her jump out! Why didn't they put her back in ??
I searched for 7 hours…..and my daughter and friends helped me!

Then, I left the car in the spot where she jumped out..with the back door of the car open!

Anyway……I did; as you did…..stayed up all night….finally at 3:30 am…..home. Woke up with daybreak….and drove to the car (expecting to find her little body on the side of the road!)
She was in the back seat of the car……..quivering!

she had heard the "panic" in my voice…..thought she was "in trouble" and hid!

If anyone has this happen! Do this! put the car where you were when the dog jumped out…..leave the door open (write a note….so no Good Samaritans shut the door)!!

I hope you will have the same "happy ending!!"

Nothing is worse than "lost dogs"!! My heart sang at the end of your story!!!

ps this happened here on December 23rd. My daughter said to her family…….."I have to go see if I can help find "Georgie"!! If something happens to Georgie…..there will be no Christmas!"

Very cute!! And very true!! We had Georgie for another 7 years!

Great post!!

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