Find My Horses Presents: NetPosse Stolen Horse Report Texas (Reward)
Stolen Horse International STOLEN HORSE ALERT – Pattison TX – Bullseye O Toole a.k.a Bullseye a 5 year old Sorrel quarter horse gelding is missing and presumed stolen from his pasture. Please copy and paste to all of your social media pages and SHARE SHARE SHARE!!!! Let’s find Bullseye and bring him home. For more information please click on the following link http://www.netposse.com/view_report.asp?reportid=3778
Related to Report: NR003778
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STOLEN EQUINE – Bullseye O Toole, Reward – Texas
PATTISON (WALLER COUNTY), TX Monday, January 18, 2016—Friday, January 8, 2016, Michelle Moffitt’s beloved horse was reported missing and presumed stolen from his pasture late January 7, 2016 or early January 8, 2016.
Michelle Moffitt asked Stolen Horse International for assistance in locating her horse Bullseye, a 5-year-old Chestnut/Sorrel Quarter Horse Gelding, who is believed to have been stolen. Ms. Moffitt has filed a stolen horse report with the Waller County Sheriff’s Office.
Stolen Horse International, a nonprofit organization also known as NetPosse.com, is well known as the “lost and found’ place for horses on the internet for the equine industry. NetPosse.com offers horse theft and equine ID education and assist in search and recovery of stolen or missing horses, as well as other equine equipment.
“There is so much emotion with this horse. There are so many ties to him. His sister died 2 years ago of West Nile. Our 27-year-old horse is grieving the loss of his best friend and literally laid down in the pasture and did not want to get up. He was everybody’s best friend and he is like family”, says Michelle Moffitt. “We’ve had him since the day he was born. We feel as if our child was kidnapped. We just want him home where he belongs. He is just such a cool horse and we pray that he does not get slaughtered or go to a kill pen somewhere. I can’t even sleep at night and we are trying to do everything to save this horse.” Moffitt further explained that Bullseye was taken from their pasture in the Pattison, Texas area. She explained that they have searched daily for him and have found no signs.
On January 18, 2016, Stolen Horse International, Inc. received the first online report on its web site, www.NetPosse.com, filed by Moffitt and, in short order, began distributing the information via their NetPosse Alert (the horse community’s Amber Alert) on the Internet to hundreds of social media groups and private email contacts in an effort to rally the public to help the family.
You will find Bullseye’s webpage with information and a printable flyer in his NetPosse.com listing, which is where any updates or leads will be posted. People interested in helping can search for report number NR003778 or use this direct link on the NetPosse.com site: http://www.netposse.com/view_report.asp?reportid=3778
“Circulating Bullseye’s flyer and the NetPosse.com Alert nationwide is imperative, as the horse could be anywhere by now. These flyers are one tool that brings home many horses and must be posted in as many public places as possible,” says Debi Metcalfe, founder of Stolen Horse International. “And remember, not everyone has internet access. Please post Bullseye’s flyer in public places as well.”
Pictures, flyer, contact information, updates and other information are on the NetPosse webpage to identify this case quickly when calling in a tip. Anyone with information is encouraged to contact the Waller County Sheriff’s Office, the owner or Stolen Horse International with information.
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