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Featured Happy Tails! April 2024 – Lost & Found Dogs, Cats, & Pets That Were Reunited in April

Featured Happy Tails! April 2024 – Lost & Found Dogs, Cats, & Pets That Were Reunited in April

PawBoost loves to share happy endings! Check out April’s Featured Happy Tails to learn how these fur babies were reunited with their families.

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Zero: Lost Dog Reunited in Shelby, NC!

“Zero went chasing deer or something while I was taking him out on our usual routine. I looked all over for him, but Zero was long gone and I couldn’t find any signs of him. I created an alert through PawBoost in hopes that someone kind would find him in the meantime. Six days later, a woman in the PawBoost community created an alert for a found dog. Immediately after her alert went up, I was contacted by someone else in the PawBoost community about it and she reunited us with our baby! Zero was missing for six days before we were reunited. If it wasn’t for PawBoost I don’t think I would have ever found our baby boy. There are so many good people in this world. Thank you all very much!”

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Skittles: Lost Bird Reunited in Winter Springs, FL!

“Skittles flew out the house when a friend came to visit. My family tracked him for a while until he flew further away, out of sight. A week later when I came to visit for Thanksgiving, someone thought they might have seen Skittles at their bird feeder, so we tried to look for him there. We even left the cage out to see if he’d find his way to it. After a while of hoping and praying, we figured he was gone for good.
I hand-fed him when he was a baby, and he is definitely feisty, but still domesticated. I was so concerned that he wouldn’t survive the wild.

After a while, I wasn’t looking on PawBoost anymore to see if Skittles had been found, but I’m so glad the PawBoost community was still looking out! Thank you for your support and for spreading the word. Thank you Aja for letting me know about him being found.

I don’t have Facebook, so I’m glad PawBoost notified me by email that Aja l had left a comment on my original PawBoost alert sharing that Skittles was found! We really thought that Skittles was gone for good. It’s been 3 years and 3 months. We prayed for his return and this is amazing! Praise God. Being reunited with our bird is a miracle and I’m so glad I created an alert that Skittles was lost through PawBoost.”

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Rocky: Lost Dog Reunited in San Jose, CA!

“Our side gate was left open by our landscapers and it seems Rocky walked out to roam the neighborhood. We came home after work to find the gate open and Rocky missing. Luckily, a member of the PawBoost community found Rocky’s notice at local shelter and replied to my PawBoost alert with the information. A Good Samaritan found him about three to four blocks from our house and dropped him off at the shelter. Rocky was missing for four to six hours before we were reunited. PawBoost was an easy way to create awareness and share Rocky’s information on all social networks.”

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Kokoa: Lost Dog Reunited in Boca Raton, FL!

“Kokoa is very skittish and was spayed just four days ago. She got scared and ran off all of a sudden and was too quick to catch. It all happened so fast and she is a very fast dog. After a couple of hours with no results, I created a lost pet alert through PawBoost. A little over thirteen hours later, a very nice lady called saying that her husband had found a dog in his office building. I drove over and reunited with Kokoa right away. We are very happy that she was not hurt and is now safely home. Kokoa was missing for a little over 13 hours before we were reunited. If you cannot find your pet in the first two hours, creating a lost pet alert will definitely help you get a hold of your pet sooner.”

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Bear: Lost Dog Reunited in Virginia Beach, VA!

“We have a fenced-in yard, but Bear is curious and she must’ve shimmied her way out under the fence. We were surprised to not find her outside in the yard. The problem area where she escaped has now been fixed, so Bear’s adventuring is now limited to supervision only! Thanks to PawBoost, someone saw Bear’s alert the day after I created it. They then sent me a link to the family who found her. Bear was missing for three horrible and torturous days. The people who work for PawBoost are just angels as far as I’m concerned. Being very new to this area, Bear was very unfamiliar with her surroundings. I’m blessed that she’s been returned safely. A million thanks to PawBoost and all who contributed in getting Bear home safely to me.”

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