Lost Pets Database for Miami, FL
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Reported 1 day ago
Mario Male Cat
LOST PET ID: 9557824
Tamarac, FL 33321
Big( dog size), white, long hair Manx. Has ID tag and microchip. He is 15 years old and is on s for IBD which causes him to be thin and have a big appetite. He developed IBD by sneaking out and eating at the neighbor's hses. Had been pretty successful keeping him indoors and away from extreme heat and rain. We had pretty bad weather the past week so i still had hope initially he would return when the weather let up. There's been some slightly better weather for the past 2 days but he is still MIA. Everyone in my neighborhood knows him because he is very unique looking and is worried about him too. He is skittish when he is out and about but very friendly when he is calm and relaxed. He is my heart cat and I am doing everything I can to try to find out what hapoened to him or get him back .
Reported 2 months ago, updated 2 days ago
Crunchy Unknown Cat
LOST PET ID: 9388977
Oakland Park, FL 33334
There was a cat the was always outside my apt in Orlando. I started feeding and watering the cat everyday. I have a work from job and would always look forward to going outside on my breaks to play with the cat. We dated for over a year before the cat moved in the hse. When I found out I was moving to Oakland Park area two months ago. it was decided to bring the cat with me. The truck broke down on the way to Oakland and had to stay in a hotel. It took over 36 hr to get to my brothers place. The first thing I did was brought the cat into grge and unzipped the carrier. A mistake was made when my brother though the cat was secured in the cage and the grge door was opened. The cat has been missing for about 36 hrs. I have gone out multiple time every day looking for Krunchy. I hope a kind person finds Krunchy and loves him/her like I do.
Reported 8 months ago, updated 2 days ago
Heartly Unknown Cat
LOST PET ID: 8695684
North Bay Village, FL 33141
Heartly is a young, feral (outside) cat who is tame with us but afraid of strangers. He/she is a long-haired white cat with dark spots, a bushy tail and a great big upside down "Heart" on his/her right side. We miss Heartly desperately... If you have seen her PLEASE let us know!
Reported 5 days ago, updated 3 days ago
Max Male Dog
LOST PET ID: 9547652
Oakland Park, FL 33334
Max is blind please help find him. I received comments about his facial hair it keeps the Sun out of his eyes so he can enjoy life. That is why blind people wear sunglasses
Lost Pet Data for Miami, FL
There are 977 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 Miami community, the better your chances of a happy reunion!
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