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2020
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Featured Happy Tails! October 2020 – Lost & Found, Dogs, Cats & Pets That Were Reunited in October

Featured Happy Tails! October 2020 – Lost & Found, Dogs, Cats & Pets That Were Reunited in October

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

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Winston: Lost Dog Reunited in Fort Worth, TX!

Reunited after 20 months and 1,000 miles away!


Sofa: Lost Dog Reunited in Montréal, QC!

Reunited after 3.5 months!


“We recently moved and after keeping him inside for nearly 3 weeks we let him outside during the day with his collar on. He never returned home that Tuesday. He was a daytime only outdoor access cat, who would come in by dusk daily.

After missing for 35 days, a fellow cat lover saw his post on PawBoost and didn’t recognize Jax in the neighborhood before. He texted me saying he thought it might be him and that he looked just like him. Jax had been hanging out nearby his house eating food out of his garage for his outdoor cat for several days.

I came to his home the next morning and called for Jax with no luck. I decided to call for him in the neighborhood. After several streets I found him!! We locked eyes and I couldn’t believe it was him. I startled him and cried tears of joy at first, and he finally came running to me once I called for him calmly.

If it wasn’t for PawBoost we would never have found our sweet boy who’s home safe and sound! Never give up hope, keep searching, and keep spreading the word out!”


Toby: Lost Dog Reunited in Cape Coral, FL!

“Toby went missing because my 84 year old mother took him for a walk and upon returning back to the yard she took his leash off of him. Due to her fading memory, she became distracted pulling weeds in her flower bed and Toby wandered down to the plaza at the end of the street. We drove all over the neighborhood but due to the rain and reaching nightfall we are unable to find him.

My poor mother was up all night worried. I started searching for ways to find lost pets in Lee County and the PawBoost website came up. It was a 7:00am when I posted Toby’s picture on your website and before I reached my office at 8:30am I received a text from someone with a picture of Toby asking me if this was my dog as he had been picked up by Animal Services. I was able to get Toby home in less than 24 hours of him missing.”


“Fig was being watched by a dog sitter that forced her outside. She got really scared since she is a recovering abused puppy. The dog sitter scared her so badly she jumped a 6 ft wall and ran. Fig was gone for 2 nights with no sightings. We received a potential lead which turned out to not be anything but worth checking out.

My sister and I were just going to move to another area when I received a call from a neighbor about 1 mile away from my house. Her neighbor had gotten an alert at 2am last night from their Ring doorbell showing a dog was in their courtyard. The people that owned the house that Fig was in were out of town so the person that called me gave me the address.

She also shut the door to the courtyard and gave Fig water and waited for my sister and I to come get her. We knew she wasn’t far from home since she’s afraid to be outside. While I was scared out of my mind PawBoost guided me through several channels to enhance my search with exceptional responsiveness. Thanks so much!!!”


Mia: Lost Cat Reunited in Louisville, KY!

“Mia went missing when we let our dog out one night to go to the bathroom, and she got out this time without us realizing it. She normally returns the next morning when this has happened in the past, but we discovered that a stray cat in the area attacked her and chased her away. We knew she wouldn’t come back since the stray cat continued to hang around our property the next two days.

We set out a humane cat trap to try to catch the stray cat and ended up catching Mia, which was even better! I was so worried and overwhelmed when my kitty went missing, and PawBoost made it easy to make sure I took the right steps to find my kitty as soon as possible. They were a HUGE help in finding Mia, and I am so thankful that I used them to help me!”


Meego: Lost Bird Reunited in Pittsburgh, PA!

“Meego flew out the door when I was going out. I thought he was in the other room. It was a heartbreaking 2 days trying to find him not knowing if he could survive the elements. My friend also had him on a different Facebook group for animals, and saw a post saying there was a Green Cheek Conure found and posted pictures.

When my friend let her know we were missing our Green Cheek, she contacted us and let us know Meego was being taken care of by our great officers of Upper St. Clair Animal Control unit. I was told that when the officers knew his name he came right to them. It was a great reunion. I am so thankful to you all. Meego has been snuggling with me.

It is so important to have organizations like PawBoost to post these missing animals to, so we can all look out for them. The sooner we find them, it could be a success story like mine. Depending on the outside elements it could be fatal to them.”


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Comments

  • Hope Figs family gave that idiot, cruel dog sitter something to THINK ABOUT!!!
    Hope they also filled a complaint with the dog sitting company that the sitter belonged to
    if that is the fact.
    So glad u got Fig back safe.
    K

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