Kelsy searched for Lucas today. The scent trail looped back around, and did not seem to cross 116th, the busy main street. We got a sighting from Friday afternoon, and started Kelsy from that point. It led into the woods, on a long dead-end trail. Lucas wouldn't have known it was a dead end when he started down it.
Another reported sighting came in about 2:00 Sunday afternoon, that Lucas was seen a block north of the Chevron at 116th and Kent Kangley Road. It took us a long time to verify the information, and Kelsy was not able to work out the scent trail from the point of the sighting. It was getting hot by that time, and Kelsy was getting tired. When she has to pant to stay cool, it makes it harder to work the scent trail. We are hoping for a fresh sighting. At least we know that Lucas is getting around and being seen. The key is to get the attention of those people who have seen him. Getting the word out about Lucas could make a big difference.