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Featured Happy Tails! July 2022 – Lost & Found Dogs, Cats, & Pets That Were Reunited in July

Featured Happy Tails! July 2022 – Lost & Found Dogs, Cats, & Pets That Were Reunited in July

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

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“A recent storm blew a portion of our fence down just enough for Jasmine to squeeze out and run off one day. When I came out to feed her in the morning the next day, she didn’t come when I called for her, which is highly unsual. I searched the backyard and found that she was missing. We searched for Jasmine all around the area for several hours, and posted on several lost pet platforms, including PawBoost.

PawBoost was able to connect me with a lady who spotted Jasmine on a nearby street. After that sighting, we drove up and down that street for hours to try to find her. I stopped by all of the businesses on that street and gave them my contact information in case they happened to see her around. After an hour, a kind man on who worked at a business on that street called us and said he had just seen her right across the street! We drove right over and picked her up. After 12 hours, we were finally reunited! PawBoost helped me connect with people who saw her in the area; thank you all so much for the help!”

Benny: Lost Cat Reunited in Antioch, CA!

“We recently moved to a new city, and Benny had been agitated about the new cats outside our windows. He ended up pushing himself through a screen window when a strange cat got too close and then ran away. We searched for him for hours, but he was simply nowhere to be found. We posted an alert for him through PawBoost in hopes that someone might be able to find him. A few days passed, but still no Benny.

Our incredible neighbors kept an eye out for Benny with the help of PawBoost and their social media alerts! Our Benny was missing for five very stressful days. Finally, on the fifth day that he was missing, one of our neighbors spotted him in a nearby yard, came to our door, and led us straight to him. We are so glad to have him back home! PawBoost really helps get the word out quickly and easily when your pet goes missing!”

Kevin: Lost Dog Reunited in The Colony, TX!

“After being out of town for a few weeks due to work, and planning to leave again in a few days, I wanted to enjoy some family time with my husband, Paul, and our puppy, Kevin. We went to a community event in the park to have some fun. The crowd and the music were fine, but Kevin was afraid of the fireworks display, and took off running as soon as it began. He’s not ever reacted that way to them before, but he was terrified this time, and quickly bolted out of sight. We looked for him everywhere, but he was nowhere to be found.

The day after he went missing, a kind woman and her daughter found him standing very close to the street. She picked him up and called me straight away! She said that she was aware that Kevin was ours from the multiple shares of his alerts stating that he was missing. Thankfully, PawBoost was one of the alerts that we put out! Kevin was wearing his tags, so she was able to contact me immediately. He bolted at 9:30 PM on that Saturday, and was home by 6:51 PM on Sunday! Many people told me to post an alert with PawBoost, and I’m so glad that I did! Because of it’s reach to such a broad audience, it put Kevin in people’s radars and gave me an assurance that he would be home soon, which is exactly what happened! Thank you so much for helping spread the word about Kevin!”

Jewel: Lost Bird Reunited in Antioch, CA!

“My dad left the garage open one day and that’s when Jewel saw her opportunity to fly out of the door and far away before we could even react. We walked in the direction that she went and called for her, asking everyone we passed if they had seen a blue bird fly by, but she was nowhere to be found. We were so worried! We eventually had to give up and return home, so after we got back, I immediately put out an alert for her on PawBoost in hopes that someone might find her before it was too late.

Thanks to a wonderful PawBoost member who messaged me on Jewel’s alert that she was seen on a tree at Dallas Ranch park, we were able to narrow down her location to that area. The morning after we got the sighting, my sister and I went to search the park and – thank God – Jewel was still there and we were able find her! Jewel was missing for 2 days before we were finally reunited. Thank you to everyone who messaged and shared Jewel’s missing bird flyer. It wouldn’t have been possible without the help of PawBoost! My family and I really appreciate all the help and support we got and have been recommending PawBoost to everyone.”

Zara: Lost Dog Reunited in Albemarle County, VA!

“Zara wandered away from our campsite one day and did not return. She was seen herding some goats (at the farm that the camp was located at) not long after her disappearance. She did not return to the campsite, and we could not find her anywhere. I put up a PawBoost alert and someone replied to it, suggested a live-trap, and gave me a name of a lady they knew in the area who had a trap. I contacted her shortly after. A few days later, she decided to help. She set up a feeding station and camera in the area Zara had gone missing, and she put out fliers with her phone number on them. I went back to look for her on several occasions, set up a crate at the farm, had signs made, etc.

The rescuer was contacted by a neighboring farmer, who had seen Zara nearby on a couple of occasions, so she took a trap and went to that farm. The farmer knew where to take her, so they caught Zara in a matter of minutes and called me to drive down and come get her (a 5.5 hour drive). Zara had made a nest on the riverbank near where the two farms meet. She is much thinner now and has a small cut on her foot, but other than that, she’s in good spirits and health! Zara was missing for 16 long days. PawBoost gets the word out quickly in the area where a pet is lost. Thank you for connecting us to the right people!”

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