Yesterday, before the down time of all servers for the announced maintainance, I was out fishing with my fisherman and a bonded, blue Beetle. The fisherman is also a miner and all there is in the stables is that Blue Beetle and a Fire Beetle. I took the Blue Beetle out of the stable, thus leaving only the fire Beetle there (which means that there was plenty of stables' slot room available for auto stabling....) and went out fishing. Since it is not allowed to fish while mounted, I had the Bonded Blue Beetle follow me around as I fished. When the warning came up for the Servers going down, I mounted the Blue Beetle and recalled to my home to safely log out. Apparently, thugh, I must not have done it soon enough because when I logged back in, after the servers had resumed working from the maintainance down time, I found myself NOT in my home, riding my Blue Beetle but rather, at a spot I was fishing before the servers went down. That is, the game saved before I mounted my Beetle and recalled to my home to safely log out. Upon logging back in after the servers resumed working from maintainance, my Beetle was there, by my side at the fishing location but it was no longer bonded. It had gone wild and I had to retame it. Now, though it does is annoying because now I have to wait again 7 days before it bonds back, it is not a tragedy. Still, it makes me wonder why on earth, when my character logged out, the bonded Beetle which was standing right by my character side did not automatically log out with my character, auto-stabling......., There was plenty room in the stables, the beetle was bonded and it was standing right by the side of my character yet, it did not auto stable. Was auto stabling turned off for some reasons ? Is it a bug ? In my case it was not a tragedy but I can imagine someone loosing a valuable high stats Greater Dragon or some other pet for a problem like this. There are pets that can take months upon months of searching because of their special stats not to mention the tiime spent into their training. I think this is an issue important enough to be worthy of immediate attention, priority and fixing from the Developers. Sometimes I read of bugs fixes in patch notes which I wonder who might be interested from their being taken care of.... Sure, it is nice that all bugs go fixed whether nasty or irrelevant ones but I would imagine that bugs that can really hurt players like this auto stabling one might get absolute attention and priority over many other minor bugs that still infest the game.