If we were a champion female whippet (shut up) and we bore the AKC name Bohem C’est La Vie, yeah, we’d wanna run away from the people who thought that up for us. And we wouldn’t like coming to the nickname Vivy either, don’t get us started. So we don’t blame Vivy for escaping her cage at JFK airport on Tuesday as she was being transported back to Cali from the Westminster dog show. If in fact she escaped and was not abducted. The search for the three-year-old in the cold, damp New York night was as impressive as if the pup had been a spunky human preschooler: Search teams and helicopters combed a 4,900-acre area for 24 hours before the search was finally called off. “I’m just hoping that she’s hiding in the wooded area,” said her breeder today. “If she headed south through a fence into the marshland the cold water would be bad for her.” “When it’s cold, she’s not happy,” said her owner, fighting back tears. Vivy had been protected from the winter by a fetching black wool sweater, but not from predatory dog molesters who hang around JFK during the Westminster show with Milk Bones®.