Lost and Found Pets
Lost and Found Pets
Lost and found pets are only a click away when you use the Internet to help search for your furry four-legged friends. There is nothing more heart-wrenching than having one of your pets go missing. With the help of online and traditional resources, it has never been easier to find lost and found pets.
SEARCH WHERE PETS ARE FOUND
When looking for your lost and found pets, don’t go past our lost and found pet listings. Where Pets Are Found offers owners a streamlined method for finding lost pets. Those who have found pets can connect instantaneously with owners of lost pets. Our site also unites pets for adoption with individuals who want to adopt and breeders with pure bred pets for sale.
At Where Pets Are Found, we are strong believers that the best approach to finding your lost pet, or reuniting found pets with their owners is to get the word out to as many people as possible, as soon as possible. We use the power of social media on the Internet to get pet profiles as much coverage as possible. Pet owners (or finders) can use our site themselves, running their own social media campaigns regardless of geography. The Internet is everywhere. This being the case, Where Pets Are Found works across the globe; however we also recommend other geo-specific pet related lost and found websites. If you need help, send us a message below or tweet us on Twitter @PetsAreFound
LOST OR FOUND PETS – WHAT TO DO
If you find a lost pet, your first action should be to remain composed. Chances are that it will be stressed from being in an unfamiliar environment. Although in a state of anxiety, many lost and found pets respond to food. It signals to them you’re not the enemy and are someone who they can trust.
You should also try and restrain the animal so it won’t run off and will stay calm. This could include bringing it into the home, shed or courtyard. Once restrained and no longer frightened, begin ringing the appropriate authorities (e.g. the local council and registries) and start searching online databases that have been specifically set up for lost and found pets. As soon as you can, take the pet to a Veterinarian to check for a micro-chip. Chances are if you find the pet in your local area, your local Vet might even know the pet.
It is important that lost pets are reunited with their owners as soon as possible. This causes less stress to the animal and owner alike. Use the many tools out there to assist this reunion.