Australia’s Lost Pets: Turning the Local into a National Search
- Listed: August 3, 2009 8:46 am
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Finding Your Lost Pet
At any one time, you may be surprised at how many numbers make up Australia’s lost pets. Despite all the love and care we provide, there are still times when our loved ones go missing. Sometimes it is simply unavoidable.
On a positive note, however, there are ways of finding Australia’s lost pets without going through agonising and discouraging waits. Apart from the more commonly known groups that help us find our lost pets (e.g. the RSPCA and council), there are also online resources. As an animal lover, I see this as one of the most positive uses of the Internet. One such online resource that can help in locating Australia’s lost pets is the Where Pets are Found website. This is a site that connects those who have lost pets with those who have found them. It offers a database in which you can search for your lost loved one.
Although you may have access to local resources to help you track down your missing pet, this might not be enough. We have all heard stories of pets going missing in one part of the country and a few months (or even years) later turning up in another part of the country. The stories can be downright miraculous. This is where using online resources really helps. The Internet knows no boundaries and finding Australia’s lost pets becomes a national search rather than a local one – widening the geographic search area immensely.
Having a lost pet is sometimes unavoidable. If you tap into the online resources for finding lost and found pets, you will essentially widen the area from the immediate surrounds to the entire continent.
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