Find an animal lost as a result of Hurricane Harvey or Hurricane Irma

 

Listed below are all the places you can search online or in person to find your lost animal.

ONLINE SEARCHES USEFUL FOR ALL STATES

Regardless of your location, after you talk to your neighbors to see if they have information, search for your pet using the online tools below.  Your pet may be in a shelter using one of these systems and while systems may have some of the same information, each system is different so take the time to look at all of them.  If you do not locate your pet, then visit the website or go to one of the physical shelters linked to (by state) below to see if your pet is there.  You should also place flyers in your neighborhood with information about your lost pet.

It is VERY IMPORTANT to check your local organizations website or visit their locations directly, click below for a list of organizations.

CLICK HERE FOR A LIST OF TEXAS SHELTERS

CLICK HERE FOR A LIST OF FLORIDA SHELTERS

OTHER RESOURCES

If you have found a pet without identification, post "found pet" flyers in your neighborhood and take the the pet to a veterinarian or animal shelter to see if they have a microchip with information about where they live.

  • Your pet may be in a shelter without identification for enough time that they may be up for adoption.  Search these pet adoption websites (and consider adopting a pet to make space for another pet who needs shelter):
    Petfinder.comAdopt-a-Pet.com or Petango.com.
  • Do you need to talk to a veterinarian or access vet care? Download the VetsPlusMore.com app and use the code "help" to Skype with a vet for free in TX or FL, or to speak to a vet online for free 24/7 from anywhere in the country, visit PetCoach.co.
  • If you know the microchip number of a pet you found, use the AAHA Universal Pet Microchip Lookup and Michelson Found Animals Registry found.org
  • Need transportation to find your pet?  Goto doobert.com and click the Help/Support button and they'll help you out.  
  • If you need a temporary home for your pet, or can provide a temporary home for someone else's pet, go to Foster a Hurricane Pet.