After eluding approximately 40 volunteers from the four rescue groups trying to catch her, a resident caught Ginny by setting a trap in a backyard at McFarland and East Banta roads and baiting it with dog and cat food and bacon.
Calfa said the dog, which she plans to adopt, is doing fine. Ginny had been rescued by Calfa in Spain, where some hunters use greyhounds before they are abandoned or killed.
The pair traveled from Spain to the Southside, where Ginny was being housed before she flew the coop. She had been spotted west of Railroad Road, as far east as I-65, south of County Line Road and north of Thompson Road.