Lost Pets Database for Illinois
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Reported 3 months ago, updated 3 days ago
CODY Male Cat
LOST PET ID: 9211894
Bull Valley, IL 60098
Mostly white cat with gray spots. CHIPPED!!! Friendly and calm. He's an indoor cat who got out in the evening when people were going in and out of the door to load the car. He's gotten out before but has stayed close and never gone this long. Look in sheds or any water source or shelter from the sun.
Reported 4 days ago
Marley Female Dog
LOST PET ID: 9561803
Rockford, IL 61114
Hey everyone! Our new puppy, Marley, got away, and we are looking for extra eyes and ears to look out for her. She may respond to Lola, her rescue name. She is friendly. She is black with a white chest, short-haired, medium-sized, around 25 lbs, and has a long tail. She is wearing a dark green collar with a retractable leash. She was last seen near the corner of Wilderness Trail and Heritage Trail in Rockford, IL, zip code 61114. She is friendly around other animals but is timid with people. She has no ID on her collar but is micro-chipped, so if you see her, contact us at or or the Winnebago County Animal Services so we can bring her . THANK YOU!
Reported 2 years ago, updated 4 days ago
Moja (moy-ya) Male Cat
LOST PET ID: 7771763
Algonquin, IL 60102
He is about 10 months old. Responds to his name. No collar on. Has microchip. All black, puffy tail and a pink nose. He lays spread out and he has a weird meow. He is super friendly but shy like all cats.
Reported 3 years ago, updated 5 days ago
Scooter Male Cat
LOST PET ID: 6897213
Loves Park, IL 61111
Orange and white tabby on the chunky side. He could be anywhere sadly since the person who was supposed to be fostering him literally just tossed him out and dropped him off anywhere. He's very friendly and is probably on the skinny side now. He is neutered. He was last seen in Love's Park but sadly could be anywhere God only knows what the foster people did.
Reported 2 years ago, updated 5 days ago
Critter Male Cat
LOST PET ID: 7572672
Algonquin, IL 60102
All white with gray tail and top of head with one gray spot on side shown in picture. Had collar and tags on. Has all claws and is neutered. Very friendly and talkative. Possible sightings near Edgewood and harper roads.
Lost Pet Data for Illinois
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