Lost Pets Database for Arizona
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Reported 1 month ago, updated 13 hours ago
Cooper Female Cat
LOST PET ID: 69941013
El Mirage, AZ 85335
Lost Cat - Sunnyside Drive - I am in the neighborhood directly behind the Pueblo El Mirage golf community in El Mirage. Female Grey/brown tabby Hand raised since birth, has never been outside. She is spayed & microchipped. She got out the front door 1/20/2024 If you see her, please contact me on this post. Thank you.
Reported 1 month ago, updated 1 day ago
Furby/IttyBitty Female Cat
LOST PET ID: 69939769
Phoenix, AZ 85022
Still missing! Very small black cat (about 5 pounds). Female, spayed. Last seen July 9th, 2022. Still looking for my baby. She was an indoor only cat and got out. Was wearing a red collar with tag at the time, but could have lost collar soon after. I had her since a kitten. She was my ESA. My daughter and I miss her very much. Please contact me if you know anything.
Reported 1 day ago
Spike Male Cat
LOST PET ID: 70042667
Peoria, AZ 85345
Spike is dark grey, light grey and white he has a raccoon pattern! Very friendly has a furry Maine and a large bushy tail! He has no collar and not neutered cause we were planning on breeding him! We have the female already and they have been raised together. He us 10 months old and we have had him in our family since he was only 2 weeks we bottled fed him when the momma didn't want to take care of him anymore
Reported 1 year ago, updated 2 days ago
Hailey Female Cat
LOST PET ID: 68656617
Surprise, AZ 85379
She has amber eyes, fluffy fur with her color being a mix of brown and light brown. Her back legs are fully black (we call them black boots), and she's really sweet but she may be timid of strangers.
Reported 1 month ago, updated 2 days ago
Merlin Female Cat
LOST PET ID: 69919958
Phoenix, AZ 85021
Black, brown, and white calico. Her chest, belly, and paws are white. Her tail is brown and black. Her back and head have black and brown splotches. She has a black line of fur over her left eye that looks like an eyebrow. Her eyes are yellow. She is not spayed.
Lost Pet Data for Arizona
There are 378 missing pets in the area.
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