Lost Pets Database for Minneapolis, MN
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Reported 2 hours ago
Indy Unknown Dog
LOST PET ID: 70055684
Hugo, MN 55038
Black lab mix with small white patch on chest (taller and longer than a typical lab-about 50 pounds)-Light green collar with silver clasp that says "Indy" & our phone number- Leather invisible fence collar, micro chipped, VET- Lakes Animal hosp, friendly Cross streets 122nd St. N & Ingersoll-also near Portland & "Wedding Barn".
Reported 20 hours ago
Ilix Male Cat
LOST PET ID: 70053999
Minneapolis, MN 55403
Large black short/hair cat. He has white patches under his front legs and between his back legs. Very friendly indoor/outdoor cat. Microchipped, fixed, and last seen wearing a collar with a bell and ID tag.
Reported 3 days ago, updated 22 hours ago
Merlin Male Cat
LOST PET ID: 70047222
Minneapolis, MN 55411
•Features: dark grey and white shorthair tuxedo mix with distinctive ‘mustache’ and is polydactyl •Personality: not very friendly and is food motivated. He will bite or scratch anyone he doesn’t know if they try to pet or pick him up.
Reported 23 hours ago
Shadow Boy Male Cat
LOST PET ID: 70053332
Saint Paul, MN 55106
My shadow boy just turned 1 yr this month. He is a grey/black stripped tabby, When he got out he had his red collar on with a reflective line on it. He is really stocky and dark, he has a dark black thick line of hair down his back. Short haired. Super sweet and friendly hes still just a baby, He got out last thursday night. Ive been looking in my area gong further and further everyday shaking his food bowl calling his name. Please keep an eye out!!!! If someone has my boy id really appreciate him back weve been so worried about him! Thank you
Reported 4 months ago, updated 1 day ago
George Male Cat
LOST PET ID: 69666913
Burnsville, MN 55337
George is a very friendly orange tabby and was last seen near the Oak Leaf cndmniums in Burnsville MN. He will come to his name. George is 6 years old and like I said, EXTREMELY friendly. He is chipped and was last seen Friday. Any information would help!
Lost Pet Data for Minneapolis, MN
There are 382 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.
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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 St Louis Park community, the better your chances of a happy reunion!
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