Lost Pets Database for Phoenix, AZ
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Reported 10 months ago, updated 15 hours ago
Alfie Male Cat
LOST PET ID: 8734866
Glendale, AZ 85301
If you see my boy Alfie, please tell him to call home , where he's loved and needed back. He's almost 10 months old and neutered, tabby back and head, striped grey tail, white face and front and a pink nose. Usually friendly and sometimes has a funny creaky voice. He knows his name. Please call if you know where my Alfie is.
Reported 2 years ago, updated 18 hours ago
Freja Female Cat
LOST PET ID: 7438488
Scottsdale, AZ 85251
“Freja” is an approx. 6-year-old spayed female. She has a white underbelly with white legs and feet. Her back is tan, and her tail is striped white/tan. She has distinctive healing scabs on her nose from a mosquito allergy. She’s a little more plump now than she appears in the photo. Freja is my heart, and right now it's broken. If you’ve seen a cat that matches her description, please contact me ASAP. A reward will be offered for any information that results in her recovery (alive or dead).
Reported 3 months ago, updated 19 hours ago
Leo Male Cat
LOST PET ID: 9548479
Buckeye, AZ 85326
Black male bombay cat with yellow green eyes. Small white patch on chest. Friendly if he knows you and he’s also skittish… last seen at he was wearing a breakaway, black color with reflective hearts . Coller may have came off because it is a breakaway.
Reported 6 months ago, updated 24 hours ago
Hazel Nut Female Cat
LOST PET ID: 9202399
Mesa, AZ 85204
Less than 10 lbs. Dark gray tabby with white chest and paws, white ring around most of neck. No collar or chip. Spayed, very friendly. Likes to be petted. Goes out every day but returns at night, until that day. Does not li8ke dogs. Her sister and I miss her very much and want her . As of today July 31, 2023 Hazel is still missing. I fill your water dish every morning and night in case you walk in the door. Please come , Hazel. 9/13/23 Still missing you baby. Pls come 9/18/23 still missing my baby 11/17/23 Still missing you, Hazel. Please come .
Reported 3 days ago, updated 24 hours ago
Mia Female Cat
LOST PET ID: 9798878
Phoenix, AZ 85041
Female cat Mia is 5 months old, she's my daughter's cat. She's an indoor cat, and escaped when the littlest one left the door open, help us find her. Everyone are very sad, and my oldest won't stop crying, as Mia was for her an emotional support animal.
Lost Pet Data for Phoenix, AZ
There are 1198 missing pets in the area.
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Visit your local shelters and animal control agencies in person. Details can get lost in translation over the phone and that might lead to missed connection.
If chipped, make sure your pet’s microchip is registered and up to date. If you don’t know your pet’s chip manufacturer or number, your vet should be able to help locate this information.
Put up flyers and tell your neighbors to be on the lookout. The more you engage the Phoenix community, the better your chances of a happy reunion!
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