Lost Pets Database for San Jose, CA
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Reported 12 hours ago, updated 12 hours ago
Tata Female Dog
LOST PET ID: 9786106
Fremont, CA 94538
Female toy poodle, about 12 years old and weighs 6 pounds, timid, Friendly, and only has 2 teeth, She is lame after an injury to her left leg, She was wearing a pink & gray sweater when went missing, She is a special needs dog, She has dairy-full medicines & special food! Last seen at Red Lobster 39401 Fremont Blvd, Fremont, CA 94538. If seen, please reach out to the owner: Jenny Tel# Rewards for you.
Reported 3 weeks ago, updated 13 hours ago
Otie Male Dog
LOST PET ID: 9719275
Stanford, CA 94304
Otie (Otis) is our 7 year old, small, white, 13 pound Yorkie/Maltese mix. He has 1 ear up and 1 down. He doesn't come to strangers and may bark if approached. He's skittish but may come if you sit on the ground and let him come to you. He was visiting our son in his dorm at the Stanford Campus when a fire alarm sounded and he ran out the door fast and scared. He is wearing a blue harness. He's been gone for almost 24 hours. He doesn't know how to be outside alone. He might come to you if you hold out food. If he does, then please keep him safe until we can come get him any time of day or night. Please contact us at: (Patricia in Santa Cruz) or (Sebastian at Stanford). Thank you.
Reported 5 months ago, updated 22 hours ago
Boo Boo Female Cat
LOST PET ID: 9248148
San Jose, CA 95136
She is very smart but a little arrogant. She is afraid of seeing stranger but very friendly when she is fed with treats. Boo was spayed. She was a domestic short hair , 3.5 years old, tabby brown/grey, white belly. She has a black nose with pink color in the middle and long, beautiful eyes with pointy ears.. She was Last seen wearing a black collar ( with safety reflective band ) and a small black bell. Please help us find us. Any information would be greatly appreciated. Thank you so much for your help.
Reported 3 weeks ago, updated 1 day ago
RosePaw Female Cat
LOST PET ID: 9716175
Union City, CA 94587
Grey white and orange tiger stripes white under belly greenish orange eyes short nose and chin is and tip of her tail is curved in. She very living on the thicker side and has a uniqle meow she chirps lol. She indoor out door hangs around outside of my fence in walk way sunbathing almost dramatic like she needs help i hope no one took her thinking she needs a home. She never leaves she is spayed. Greatly appreciate your help if you see her out there please call 510-600-4777 or text is fine. EMAIL Yvette.firstname.lastname@example.org. God bless everyone!
Lost Pet Data for San Jose, CA
There are 684 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.
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