Lost Pets Database for Minneapolis, MN
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Reported 2 years ago, updated 3 days ago
Pfrieda Female Cat
LOST PET ID: 67549210
Shoreview, MN 55126
Pfrieda is still missing! She is microchipped and is very missed by her parents and her cat brother. She is sweet but shy, and may be hiding under decks or in a shed. She went missing by the Telefarm Towers in Shoreview Nov. 8th. Please look for her and share this post!! Thank you!
Reported 7 months ago, updated 4 days ago
Zuri Female Cat
LOST PET ID: 69385722
Eden Prairie, MN 55346
Striped gray tabby , She has been spotted multiple times in the Eden Prairie area, she does not have on a collar But she will respond to her name being called MOST times ! We are originally from Arizona so I am very scared that she will not make it in a Minnesota winter.:( she is micro chipped and has a blue mark on her belly from surgery! I am willing to pay cash for whoever finds her or call the Humane Society.
Reported 2 months ago, updated 4 days ago
Roscoe Male Cat
LOST PET ID: 69876255
Farmington, MN 55024
Large 5 year old black and brown striped Tabby with white feet and chest, medium length fur. Fluffy tail that was injured in the past, so the very end of the tail flops over when raised.
Reported 3 months ago, updated 4 days ago
Roxy Female Cat
LOST PET ID: 69758053
Inver Grove Heights, MN 55076
Roxy is a small Orange cat with left cropped ear and a short fluffy tail.Her tail has a white tip on it. She has long fluffy orange hair. She is not stripped. She has some white fluffy hair spots mixed in her coat. Some stripping in her legs. She is also known as Poky, poot or toto. All which are loving nick names for our beloved little Roxy.She has big green eyes.
Reported 2 months ago, updated 4 days ago
April Female Cat
LOST PET ID: 69861901
Prescott, WI 54021
Our two sister black cats are missing. Both are fixed. 100% black, female cats, two years old. One got outside early December. The shorter haired cat mid-December. We miss them greatly
Lost Pet Data for Minneapolis, MN
There are 385 missing pets in the area.
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I lost my pet. What should I do?
Take advantage of online platforms – they help you get the word out, quickly and easily. You can report your lost pet to PawBoost in no time flat. We’ll send an email alert to our local members, post to the PawBoost-powered Facebook page for your area, add your pet to our lost & found, and make a lost pet flyer – all for free.
Other sites that help you raise local awareness for your lost pet with minimal time and effort are Nextdoor.com – a PawBoost partner – and Craigslist. Both of these sites have very active lost & found sections mainly used for lost pets. We highly recommend you use these resources in addition to PawBoost!
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 St Louis Park community, the better your chances of a happy reunion!
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Where do I report a lost pet in Minneapolis, MN?
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