Report a Found Pet

Before posting, review the lost pets to see if the pet you found is listed there. When posting, include a photo and detailed information about the pet and where you found it. Note that the information you enter into this form, including your personal contact information, will be freely available to the public. (We do not screen people viewing this information.) It may take up to 24 hours to approve your posting after submission. Your posting will expire 60 days after initial submission, but can be renewed if you contact us. In addition to posting here, please report all found pets to your town animal control department. We recommend bringing animals to a local veterinarian or the animal shelter so they can be scanned for a microchip.

Pet's Name (if known)

* Date Found:

* City Where Found:

* County Where Found:

Closest Intersection Where Found:

* Type of Pet:

* Pet Gender:

Spayed/Neutered?

* Pet Coat Color:

Pet Breed:

Pet Age:

Pet Weight:

Distinctive Markings:

Collar Color ad Type:

ID Tag Description:

Does the Pet Have a Microchip?

Further Information:

Photo of Pet: (must be .jpg/.jpeg)

* Contact Name:

* Contact Phone:

* Contact Email (required)

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