Lost & Found

Pets

* If you have lost a pet and would like us to post it on our lost and found page OR you have found a pet and would like us to post it send the info w/picture to: lostandfound@purrproject.org.

The Best strategy is to keep your loved ones from getting lost.
  • A collar with an up-to-date phone number and current rabies tags are a must even for indoor only cats.

 

  • Do a pet head count before you go to bed each night.

 

  • Inspect all screens for damaged areas where your pet could squeeze out.

 

  • Make sure all outdoor access doors will self-fasten when left open. 

 

  • Always have up-to-date photos of your pets and store copies outside of your home incase of fire.

 

  • Keep your pets inside the house when you are not home.

 

  • Make sure your pet is inside during thunderstorms or fireworks.

 

  • Do a pet head count before you go to bed each night.

 

  • Spay or neuter your pets to avoid roaming and aggression. 

 

  • Don’t discuss the value, pedigree lines, awards or any special training your dog has with strangers.

If your pet does get lost

  • Take action immediately. The sooner you start your search, the better your chances of finding the animal.

 

  • First, search your property thoroughly.

 

  • Call every animal shelter, animal control department, humane society and veterinarian in your area.

 

  • Make a flyer. Design a simple format with easy-to-read type and a photo (color, if possible) of the pet. Do not include too much detail.

 

  • Place lost pet ads in your local and daily newspapers.

 

  • Check your local shelters and animal control departments at least every other day after you initially alert them.

 

  • Check the newspaper “found” ads every day.

 

  • Take advantage of lost pet posting sites on the Internet, including.

 

  • Call local veterinarian offices during the day.

 

  • Place strong-scented articles outside your home to attract your pet.

SPECIES: CAT

BREED: DSH

LOST: 06/04/2016

AGE: 2 YEARS, 9 MONTHS

PRIMARY COLOR: GREY STRIPES

SEX: F

WEIGHT: 11

MICROCHIP #: 985112000393251

Pet Name: Franklin
Area Last Seen: Bristol, CT 06010
Address: 31 Rudolph Road, Bristol, CT, United States
Owner Phone: (860) 845-7013

SPECIES: DOG

BREED: AUSTRALIAN SHEPHERD

LOST: 06/06/2016

AGE: 2 YEARS, 3 MONTHS

PRIMARY COLOR: BLACK

SECONDARY COLOR: TAN/WHITE

SEX: F

WEIGHT: 35

MICROCHIP #: 985112004484730

Santino" Has Been Missing Since 6/6/2016

Boxer
2 years (Male)
Microchip: 941000016637157
Rabies Tag: N/A
Reference #: 981697

Last Known Location:

Crossroads: Walnut Hill Rd / Rockwell Rd
Bethel, Connecticut 06801

Message from the Owner:

He went missing from home around 9:00PM. He is wearing an invisible fence collar. He is brindle in color, with a white nose and paws. He is very friendly. If you have seen him, or have any information, please contact Petkey at 866-699-3463.

SPECIES: DOG

BREED: AUSTRALIAN SHEPHERD

LOST: 06/06/2016

AGE: 2 YEARS

PRIMARY COLOR: BROWN/TAN/WHITE

SECONDARY COLOR: RED TRI

SEX: F

WEIGHT: 40

MICROCHIP #: 985112005143703

SPECIES: DOG

BREED: GERMAN SHEPHERD DOG

LOST: 05/06/2016

AGE: 4 YEARS

PRIMARY COLOR: BLACK

SECONDARY COLOR: BEIGE

SEX: F

WEIGHT: 60

MICROCHIP #: 985121008634495

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