A family and the community join forces to find stolen therapy dog

Cori Gentry has been working tirelessly, looking high and low for her dog that was stolen May 30, 2021. The dog is named Cress and she’s a therapy dog. She helps the members of her family suffering from medical conditions. “A couple of my children and myself have an anxiety disorder. We all have a fainting disorder and before one of us faints, she’ll come press her body up against us.” The community stepped up to help in the search, doing everything possible to get the word out. So far, they say the search has been a full-time job. “We’ve been on the phone contacting different people and finding different ways to get the word out, making posters, making calls, it’s 24 hours a day.” said co-owner of the dog, Eric Gentry. The message they have to the person who their dog, Cress — “The Monterey Police Department is involved and it is a criminal case. But we’re not interested in anyone getting punished, we just want our dog back that’s all we care about.” Gentry said.

Cori Gentry has been working tirelessly, looking high and low for her dog that was stolen May 30, 2021.

The dog is named Cress and she’s a therapy dog. She helps the members of her family suffering from medical conditions.

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“A couple of my children and myself have an anxiety disorder. We all have a fainting disorder and before one of us faints, she’ll come press her body up against us.”

The community stepped up to help in the search, doing everything possible to get the word out. So far, they say the search has been a full-time job.

“We’ve been on the phone contacting different people and finding different ways to get the word out, making posters, making calls, it’s 24 hours a day.” said co-owner of the dog, Eric Gentry.

The message they have to the person who their dog, Cress —

“The Monterey Police Department is involved and it is a criminal case. But we’re not interested in anyone getting punished, we just want our dog back that’s all we care about.” Gentry said.

Contributed by local news sources

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