Owner Andie Davis said her pet named Hopkins was frightened by some equipment her landlord was using Sunday and ran off.
Davis told The Spokesman-Review that she slept outside Sunday night in hope of seeing Hopkins but fears it may have fallen prey to coyotes in the rural area.
A wallaroo is between a wallaby and kangaroo in size.
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