Tabby Tracker www.TabbyTracker.com is the largest public lost and found cat database.
Fido Finder www.fidofinder.com is a good resource for lost and found dogs.
Lost and Pound www.lostandpound.com
Free website sends alerts to a 45 plus mile radius. Allows pet owners to post pictures and descriptions of their lost pets including the location where they were last seen. Upon entering this information, a LOST PET ALERT is sent immediately via email to a combination of participating veterinarians, animal shelters, police stations, media outlets, pet service companies and "neighborhood watch volunteers" within a 45-mile radius of where your pet was lost.
Lost My Doggie www.lostmydoggie.com
This website (for a small fee) will do "robo" calls to thousands of homes in the area where the dog was lost
CBS 3 cbs3.com/pets
If you have a pet that has gone missing and you need assistance locating your beloved furry friend, CBS 3 wants to help. Please send a photo, description of your pet and contact information to email@example.com.
Find My Pet Now Please register your dog on www.findmypetnow.com
www.craigslist.org (New Jersey Lost & Found)
Best Friends Animal Society offers some great information
about what to do if you've found a stray:
GREAT SITES WITH LOTS OF TIPS:
- Call police and animal control EVERY DAY (animal control keeps a record of found animals)
- Go to area shelters in person EVERY DAY (pets may not be properly identified over phone) (contact shelters near and far)
- Check with rescue groups (found on Internet)
- Place ads in newspapers
- Leave your pet's bedding and toys outside; your pet may pick up the scent;
- Place a piece of your clothing that has been worn but not washed on your property (sweep the lawn with it as well as leave it outside); your pet may pick up the scent.
- Post flyers with a color photograph of your pet and the word "LOST" along with phone # and SECURELY STAPLE on telephone poles, at vet offices, grocery stores, pet supply stores, drug stores, any kind of stores, libraries, churches, train stations, schools, and gas stations.
- Be persistent; don't feel like you are bothering anyone by repeating your requests to find your pet; sometimes it takes awhile to find a missing pet.