Based on numerous sightings and the consultation of trained professionals, we speculate that SEDONA has created a territorial loop around the City that is estimated to 15 miles in circumference.
This area is nearly 8,000 Acres and includes a combination of Private Property, State Parks, City Parks and National Forest land.
SEDONA is intelligent and fast. But she is scared and has gone into fight or flight mode relying on her survival instincts.
If you see SEDONA, we ask that you please do not Chase Her, Whistle or even call her name. We have been advised that this will only cause her to run further away.
Should you see SEDONA, Please immediately call or text me, Natalie, at 832-758-3081 and the search team will proceed accordingly based on the particular details of the sighting.
Community Awareness is critical to bringing SEDONA Home.
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Around 4:00 PM, SEDONA was spotted on heading East on Chavez Ranch Road, near 1425 Chavez Ranch Rd. It is believed she then headed North into the private, gated Mystic Heights subdivision.
Around 10:30 AM, SEDONA was spotted heading North along Dry Creek Road, near 825 Dry Creek Road. She then headed West from Dry Creek Road into the area around the Foothills North Subdivision.
Around 12 Noon, SEDONA was spotted on a security camera at 235 Coronado Trail in the Cibola Hills Subdivision near Uptown.
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