Read about recently reunited fur babies.
Pets Reunited And Counting!
"I found Peanut walking along the sidewalk near a school. I pulled over and chased him a bit. He eventually sat down, scared, and after talking to him for a bit and giving him pets, I picked him up and took him home. As soon as I could, I posted him to the local Facebook groups and made him a PawBoost alert, as I had successfully reunited another dog through their website. He got to rest, we played, and cuddled. I kept checking my notifications hoping someone would recognize him. He ended up staying the night and I awoke to a slew of messages from Peanut’s family. His mom came over that morning and she was so happy and relieved to have him back. PawBoost was the whole reason this happened! Peanut was reunited with his family within 24 hours. PawBoost covers many platforms and it’s easy for rescuers/owners to connect with each other. Thanks for the help!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Peanut's alert. Thanks to the help of his amazing finders, Peanut was back home within 24 hours of going missing! Welcome home, Peanut!
"Trotter is my parents’ senior shih tzu. They’ve had him for almost 16 years and he’s always been independent. He went out like he usually does every night to potty, but this time he didn’t come back. My parents don’t have neighbors behind their house, just woods, so he must’ve wandered further in there. He’s somewhat blind and deaf, so that must’ve contributed to his lapse in memory. A neighbor saw him frantically running down the street, so he must’ve eventually made his way back to the neighborhood.
The person who managed to catch him is named Jen and she only lives about ten houses down. He’s not friendly at all to strangers, so it was miraculous that she managed to bring him in from the cold for the night. My mom texted me as soon as he went missing. I didn’t see it until morning since it was later in the night when this happened and I was asleep. As soon as I saw her text, I immediately called her and then went on PawBoost to post his missing dog alert. PawBoost had so many responses and someone named Wendy messaged me that a neighbor (Jen) had found him! I went to my parents house immediately and contacted her. We waited anxiously for a response (she was at work) and when she called me, she gave me her address and told me all about the situation.
Poor Trotter was terrified and we were so grateful that he was found by someone so nice and genuine that took care of and fed him. We walked over to her house since her father-in-law was home and found Trotter sleeping on a makeshift bed. He didn’t respond to me, but as soon as he heard my mom, he woke right up. From there, we took him home and my mom gave him a much-needed bath. Trotter was missing for almost 12 hours. PawBoost was so instrumental in getting the word out quickly. Thank you so, so much to everyone that helped! Trotter is so lucky and we’re equally as lucky to have such great neighbors!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Trotter's alert. After being missing for a long 12 hours, Trotter was finally found and reunited with his family! Welcome home, Trotter!
"I was walking Nea at a park, and after I went down a small hill she lost sight of me, so she ran the opposite way. Thirty seconds later, when I realized that Nea was nowhere to be seen, I called out to her. Since we were in a wooded area, she probably heard my calls, but couldn't see me. So, she ended up lost. Nea ran all the way back to the parking lot where my car was parked, which was about a mile away, and eventually was taken in by one of the nearby store owners. After searching for Nea for over two hours to no avail, I decided to use PawBoost. PawBoost helped once before, four years ago, to locate her.
Within 45 minutes, I got a call from the rescuers and, needless to say, we were relieved. Thanks to the fine people in Bottles Fine Wine who took Nea in, and thanks especially to PawBoost for reuniting us. God bless! Nea was missing for about 2 hours. I absolutely recommend Pawboost to everyone, pet owners or not, for this site truly works. Thank God for Pawboost, we love you!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Nea's alert. After going missing for 2 hours, Nea was found and reunited with her loving family! Welcome home, Nea!
"We noticed that Kiwi was missing one day at around 3:00 PM. The gardener opened the gate to take the trash can out and Kiwi quietly snuck out of the yard. We drove around the neighborhood searching, but no sign of Kiwi. A man named Neil found Kiwi a few blocks from our house and he picked him up to try to find his owners. He looked on PawBoost and he found us very fast because we didn’t waste any time.
We right away posted that Kiwi missing on PawBoost and we added a couple of Kiwi’s most recent photos. Kiwi was not gone for too long. Kiwi was missing for only 3 days, and we owe that short turn-around to PawBoost. I would highly recommend PawBoost if you want fast results. PawBoost is easy to understand, you just fill in the questions on their site. You can even print a flyer to make copies and distribute them around your neighborhood. Thank you PawBoost for helping!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Kiwi's alert. After about three days of being missing, Kiwi was finally found and reunited with his pet parents! Welcome home, Kiwi!
"I opened the door to check on my outside cats one day. Smudgie is very quick and silent, and she rushed outside before I could react. She longs to be outside, so I am planning to buy a harness and leash for her! I am also going to buy a tracker. I was contacted by a comment on PawBoost via Facebook as well as Messenger. The woman who found her lives close to us and she walked over to our house with Smudgie. My husband was home and he was delighted!
The woman rescues exotic animals and others, and loves all animals. She feeds them too! How fortunate are we? Smudgie was missing 14 very long days! I would absolutely recommend PawBoost to a friend and to anyone who has lost a pet. They were so kind and helpful. I trusted them and was amazed by all of their resources and excellent suggestions to help find her! I don’t think she would have been found without PawBoost. Smudgie is now home! We are so happy. Thank you and a huge hug to every person who commented, shared, and/or prayed for her!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Smudgie's alert. After 14 long, stressful days of being missing, Smudgie is finally back home with her loving family! Welcome home, Smudgie!
"We don’t have a fence seperating our yard from the neighbors' yards, but there’s a big fence that separates our yards from the road. Pickle never goes far, especially at night; it’s after his walks. He usually just steps off the patio to pee and then comes right back in. It was so cold out and dark, and Pickle's fur is all black. We were so panicked not knowing how we could find him or if he’d even know his way home! I hadn’t heard of PawBoost, but I started googling “missing pets KW” and came across PawBoost. I’m so happy, thanks to PawBoost for spreading the word and making the poster that I could also post around my social media!
Pickle had multiple people commenting on his PawBoost alert about where he was sighted and that’s how we found him. We had already done a drive around the neighborhood, but must have just been missing him. He was either ahead or behind us, and then a PawBoost comment mentioned a location we had already driven by. So, we went back and he was sitting there, lost! Friday was only gone for a couple hours, but that is absolutely unheard of for Pickle. We call him my "shadow dog" because he never leaves my side, so even two hours felt like an eternity. Especially since it was night time, he’s a black dog, and it was freezing rain! Anyone with a lost or found pet need to use PawBoost; I would shout it from the rooftops!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Pickle's alert. After going missing for about 2 hours, Pickle was found and reunited with his pet parents! Welcome home, Pickle!
"Friday slipped out through the patio door and ran off one day. He had never been outside before, so he ran and hid. A teenager found Friday under a bridge out behind my apartment complex, a bridge where the train tracks run through. She saw he had a collar and knew he belonged to someone, so she had her mom check for lost cats on Facebook. Since she wasn’t a member of any of the neighborhood groups, she didn’t see any of my posts about him, but she was easily able to find the PawBoost alert! She contacted me through there, and I was able to go and pick up my boy immediately. Friday had been missing for five days. They have lived here for years, but they happened to not be a part of any of the neighborhood pages, the ones I was posting like crazy in. If I wouldn’t have found and posted through PawBoost, I wouldn’t have my fur baby back. Thank you!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Friday's alert. After 5 long days of being missing, Friday was finally found and reunited with his family! Welcome home, Friday!
"The door was left open and Mr. Pie escaped. Mr. Pie is a indoor/outdoor cat, but we are in a brand new area that he is not acclimated to it yet. 'A lot more traffic and moving things than he’s used to. I was pretty consistent on checking the local SPCA website and did all the tricks I could find on YouTube. Every cold night, I walked and yelled for him, to no avail. It's been very cold outside and I was worried that he was freezing. I had made posts on a few sites I came across, including making an alert on PawBoost.
Just about the time I thought that there was no hope left, boom! I get a random phone call and decided to answer. It was a lady about two blocks or so away saying she saw Mr. Pie's lost pet alert on PawBoost and she believed she had him. I drove over to her and there he was, meowing his special meow. Pie is home safe! Thank you, PawBoost! Mr. Pie was gone for about three weeks before we were reunited. I would definitely recommend PawBoost to a friend. I would even go further and recommend it to family! I believe if it was not for PawBoost, Mr. Pie would still be missing."
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Mr. Pie's alert. After Mr. Pie had been missing for 3 long weeks, he was finally found and reunited with his pet parent! Welcome home, Mr. Pie!
"I was down by my gated community pool, and this cute little kitty was purring and being so friendly to everyone. I took some pictures and I knew that I would post them, but when I got up to leave, she followed me and I knew I couldn’t leave her. She allowed me to pick her up and I carried her to my home. I filled her belly with some food and showed her a litter box and she explored and slept a little bit. So, I took some pictures and uploaded them to Facebook and on the Nextdoor app. Somebody suggested to put them on PawBoost, which I had never heard of, so I did that.
Searching on PawBoost, I found what I thought was a match. I tried calling, but at first I got no answer and left a message, then I proceeded to call probably four times in a row. Finally, the owner called me back. He said he thought it was a spam call because of my area code. They really had given up hope because she had been gone for eight days. I found the kitty at 11:00 AM, got home at 3:30 PM, and the owners came and picked her up at 9:00 PM. She looked a little ragged, but she was quite the trooper. I came to find out that she was born with only one lung. Still, she survived for eight days in this cruel world. Praise the Lord! It’s just so amazing how quickly I was able to post the alert, look through the lost pets, and reunite the kitty with her owners. Thank you so much for this awesome tool!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared this sweet kitty's alert. After being missing for 8 long days, and with the help of her amazing finder, this adorable kitty was finally reunited with her pet parents!
"Brutus snuck into the garage when we were leaving and we didn’t see him walk out when we drove off. A Good Samaritan picked him up a few blocks away from us and posted about him on one of the Facebook pages that he had found our dog. Another person in the PawBoost community saw the lost dog alert we made about Brutus and connected us to the man who had him. The man then brought Brutus right back to our door. He’s an older dog, so we know we only have so many years left with him, but we weren’t ready for that change today. We are so thankful that we were able to have him brought back home. Fortunately for us, Brutus was only missing for a few hours, but we didn’t know he was gone until we got back home. PawBoost is the way that we were able to reunite with our dog, so I would definitely suggest this site to anyone missing their pet. Thank you so much to those who picked up Brutus and made sure he was alright. We are so thankful to have him home safe with us!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Brutus' alert. Brutus was missing for a few hours before he was found and reunited with his family! Welcome home, Brutus!
"Ángel escaped out of the door when a friend came over and forgot to latch the door properly. Ángel is very clever when it comes to doors and knows how to push them open when he can. A really wonderful neighbor who found Ángel a few blocks away happened to also be checking PawBoost and contacted us as soon as she saw our lost dog alert! It took almost no time at all! Luckily, our Ángel was only missing for two hours before we were reunited. The more people who are on PawBoost and aware of it in a neighborhood, the more likely a pet gets found! Oftentimes, when we find lost animals it’s hard to know where to go first to try and reunite them with their owners. This was such a great success story; our alert hadn’t been up for more than 45 minutes before we heard from the person that found Ángel! Thank you so much for the help!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Ángel's alert. After being missing for two hours, Ángel was found and reunited with his family! Welcome home, Ángel!
"My property was under construction and Sara didn’t want to be inside of the house with all of the noise around. I also have a 9 month-old baby boy, and it can be difficult to keep up with my dog as well as being a stay-at-home mom. I had trusted the workers and told them I was heading to the store, but unfortunately one of the workers forgot to close up the gates. When I came back home my dog was missing. Apparently, the young man who went on to help me out lived only two blocks down. He found Sara in the middle of the road on Taft Street and she jumped inside his car. I called animal rescue services and they recommended I go on PawBoost. Within minutes, a woman messaged me and sent me the young man’s link to where he had posted a missing dog alert! He had my Sara! He messaged me on Facebook messenger after I commented "that's my dog!" He took the measure of asking me for proof, so I sent him a bunch of photos and I was able to meet up to pick up my Sara after he was finished with work. Sara was missing for almost three days. Thank you so much to PawBoost and to this young man who brought my dog home."
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Sara's alert. After Sara had been missing for about 3 days, she was finally found and reunited with her family! Welcome home, Sara!
"Benji escaped through a small hole in the screen door that he had made larger and managed to squeezed through. PawBoost blasted out Benji’s information to social media where people of our community came together to help. They even created a flyer that I could download and print. I texted the flyer to neighbors and had instant responses. I received advice emails, comments, and I was able to get information almost immediately. Following the advice I received, I was able to lead him back home. None of the advice I received was anything I would have thought to do, but PawBoost and social media did. I would have never been able to connect with the right people with the right information so quickly. Benji was missing for three long days. Thank you to PawBoost, Facebook family, and neighbors for helping me find my baby boy. I’ll never forget the way the community came together online for him. From the bottom of my heart, thank you!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Benji's alert. After 3 long days of being missing, Benji is finally home safe with his pet parent! Welcome home, Benji!
"Thelmer went out the first night after a deep freeze and didn’t come back. PawBoost was instrumental in finding Thelmer. One person from the neighborhood where he was found saw the PawBoost alert right after she thought she saw my cat in her yard. He was found (trapped) at another persons home, but same neighborhood where we were searching due to the aforementioned sighting. Thelmer had been gone for 47 days! PawBoost never gave up and sent follow up emails to check in with me even after all that time. Thank you to all who liked, shared, offered advice, and notified me of possible sightings! Thank you, PawBoost!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Thelmer's alert. After being missing for a long, scary 47 days before he was finally found and reunited with his family! Welcome home, Thelmer!
"We were in a car accident and Sterling was probably thrown from the vehicle. By the grace of God he survived, Houdini'd out of his harness and ran away before I knew what happened. A close friend of mine has a friend in Colorado who spotted Sterling’s found pet alert with his picture on PawBoost! Someone had found my baby! He was found halfway between where I lost him and where we live. He almost made it all the way home, but his leg was hurt. My friends Valerie, Vicky, and the gentleman who took him in and posted his alert all played a part in this miracle. Sterling was missing from about 6:10 PM yesterday to 11:30 AM this morning, so about 17 hours in total.
PawBoost is a beautiful network of pet lovers trying locally to reunite people with their pets even when your pet is taken to animal welfare or a shelter. I know if I ever need to take in a lost dog, I will use PawBoost in addition to Nextdoor. Thank you to the gentleman who fed Sterling ham and milk and took him in last night! Thank you Valerie for reuniting us! Thank you Vicky for your support! The picture is him with his Aunt! God bless you all for your support and prayers!"
Spread the good news! Thanks to everyone who shared Sterling's alert. After about 17 hours of being missing, Sterling was finally found and reunited with his family. Welcome home, Sterling!
"I came home Superbowl Sunday evening, and I forgot to turn the outside lights on. I believe as I was coming in, he snuck out. Garfield is not a runner, he just likes to sit in the porch. I didn’t see him and I think, once he realized he was lost, he just wanted to find a warm place to hunker down. Unfortunately, that led to a week of not being able to find him. Crying kids, the whole works. I spoke to my daughter and her friend and they recommended PawBoost. I had been checking the Humane Society multiple times a day and still had not found him.
We signed up for PawBoost and the support, sightings, and ideas found there are what brought him home. A member suggested I put food out and look late at night to see if he comes. I had set my alarm for midnight for the past three nights to go outside and look for him, and I finally found him at 1:15 AM. I never would’ve thought of that if it wasn’t for these members. Garfield was missing for a week and one day before he came back to us. The ideas and support that PawBoost provided were huge! I got ideas on what to do and where to look that I never would have thought of! PawBoost is an amazing site!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Garfield's alert. Thanks as well to our amazing community who provided tips to Garfield's family so that they were able to bring him home! Welcome home, Garfield!
"This dog just showed up at our house one day. My family and I were outside enjoying the weather and when I turned around he was sitting at our gate watching us. The dog was very friendly and looked to be well taken care of. He was able to sit and obey basic commands. I was easily able to attach a leash and get him in our fenced in yard and away from the busy street. I posted the missing dog on Facebook lost and found pets, as well as PawBoost and Neighborhood. The owner saw him posted on PawBoost and messaged me via email. We had him in our care for about 12-13 hours before reuniting him with his owners.
The dog spent the night with us because I didn't want him wandering around in the dark. He was crying at our door and wanted to come inside. He seemed scared. The owner was an elderly woman. She stated that a friend had come to visit that afternoon and the dog ran out of the door. They couldn't catch him and he ran off. She had been searching for a few hours. Since it was a Sunday, we weren't able to take him to a vet to check for his microchip. The pound was full (and I didn't want him to go there anyway). Animal Control did not have a report of a missing dog at the time. PawBoost is how we successfully found the owner and he was back home within 24 hours!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared this sweet pup's alert. After going missing for almost 13 long hours, this adorable pup is finally back home with his family thanks to his wonderful finders!
"Ninja wanted to go out early in the morning, and when I went out to check on why she wasn’t coming back, I saw the gate was left open. My brother and neighbor denied it, and we went looking for her, calling her name on foot and by car. I was so afraid she had walked off to go die somewhere. It was about 37° out and everyone was on edge. Ninja was still missing, but we went and printed out a bunch of flyers after posting her missing pictures all over the internet. After a few hours, we got a call. Some one saw her on PawBoost and she was taken to PACC. I was thankful she was safe, but it was already after 5:00 PM, so the shelter was closed for the day and didn't open until noon.
We waited and we missed her as we all had dinner without her. The next morning, we were so excited to pick her up. I found her down a long walkway in a kennel with another little bully breed. She was so happy, but I had to wait to get her paperwork. Finally, she was freed after getting her microchip and rabies information. She's all legal now and is chilling at home on her big dog bed. Ninja was missing for a whole stressful day. PawBoost is connected to all the shelters around us, so she was found very quickly. Thanks, PawBoost!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Ninja's alert. After a full day of being missing, Ninja was finally found and is now back home with her loving family. Welcome home, Ninja!
"Cap ran out after a deer, and his training collar's battery died. After over a week of searching, I received a call from the local police department. They said they had gotten a complaint of a dog howling all night, and his description matched my PawBoost post. I drove to the area immediately and found my poor baby weak and struggling to walk. He apparently had been struggling to get home and was found just a five minute walk from my door. Cap was missing for a total of seven days and four hours. PawBoost spreads the word not just to social media, but local vets, shelters, and police use it as well. Thank you so much to PawBoost and to the Granite Falls police department! My baby is home!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Cap's alert. Cap was missing for 7 days and 4 hours before he was finally found and reunited with his loving pet parent. Welcome home, Cap!
"Sister started running while walking in a field, both her and my other dog, Brother. I was called about a fire at my church. Heading towards the church, off leash, both dogs started running at a furious pace. I couldn't see where they went, so I proceeded toward the church. Sister had done this before and was always at the church when I'd get there, and Brother also knows how to get back. When I arrived, neither was there, then shortly after Brother arrived without Sister. She went missing on Sunday.
On Monday, I waited until about 2:00 PM and then I posted to PawBoost. About 2 hours later, a woman named Kristin contacted me through PawBoost and said she thought she found my dog, Sister. I told her I was at the church, and she met me there with Sister. Thanks Kristin! I will always be recommending PawBoost as this was my second successful time using their services because I lost my dog Brother and was reunited much the same way using PawBoost. Thank you for all that you do!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Sister's alert. After being missing for about a day, Sister is now back home with her fur sibling and pet parents! Welcome home, Sister!
"We went out of town on vacation, and my neighbor was willing to watch our dog, Jackson. Even though Jackson normally plays in the yard without a leash with my neighbors’ dog, this was the first time the neighbor had taken them both out to play alone. Jackson ran off, and they were unable to get him to come back and lost him when he entered the woods near our home. They searched all day, and all night, but we’re unable to locate him.
We came back from our vacation early and searched for the next two days, including printing missing posters through PawBoost and making a lost pet alert. We even stayed the night in a tent in the woods, where he had been spotted. Finally, on the third day, one of the posters we had hung alerted a nice man that a dog he had seen was our dog that was lost. He texted us, and we were able to get over to him quickly and get Jackson to come to us. Jackson was missing for three days, almost exactly. I love how PawBoost provided posters to hang, and also gave a sense of larger community looking as you shared the post on local Facebook pages. Thanks for the help!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Jackson's alert. After almost 3 long days of being missing, Jackson is finally back home safe with his family. Welcome home, Jackson!
"I saw this tiny baby wondering down the road, and she was sticking to the sidewalks on her journey. My mom got out of the car and the dog let her pick her up. There was actually another lady trying to catch her as well! PawBoost posting her found pet alert all over Facebook was a huge help! The family and friends of the owners saw my found pet alert and, once I saw someone commented that this was their dog, I called the number provided. We found the pup around 12:20 in the afternoon and the owners were on the way to pick her up by 3:00 PM! PawBoost helped spread the word so fast, thank you so much!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared this sweet pup's alert. After being in the finder's care for about 3 hours, this adorable doggo is finally home with her family. Welcome home, cutie!
"Mona was actually a dog we found who, while looking for her owners, escaped us and ran off. Originally, Mona was found roaming the streets and we picked her up while trying to locate her humans. Mona was taken out to use the restroom and she took off running. I posted her missing and, thanks to the posted alert through PawBoost ,we were able to locate and pick her up. Mona was missing for five days and was found by a nice lady who took care of her while I tried to be reunited. Because of the alert posted through PawBoost, I was able to reunite with Mona. PawBoost reaches a large group of neighborhoods that facilitates the search. Thank you to everyone who shared the alert and provided tips on where she had been spotted. Mona is now home with her family!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Mona's alert. After 5 long days of being missing, Mona was finally found and reunited with her original finders - and later, her family! Welcome home, Mona!
"On a Tuesday I was driving and pulled over to let Cinnamon use the bathroom. After she finished, I called for her to come and "let's go." To my surprise, she playfully descended into a wooded area. I called her repeatedly, in addition to this, it was getting dark. She just disappeared. I continued to go back to the area, but I couldn't find her. After several days of this, I began placing missing flyers on anything that would stick! Well, the very next day, which was Sunday, it rained heavily so all of my flyers basically washed away. I was distraught, but while on social media I noticed a very important ad on Facebook that changed our lives in a positive manner!
I saw an ad on Facebook about a company named PawBoost. It was a website for assisting with locating lost pets. I thought this was another online gimmick, but I reluctantly tried it. The requirements were simple (which was to add your name and the pet's information). That was it! PawBoost did the rest. Monday morning, staff from Prince George Animal Shelter called and said they'd had Cinnamon since that Friday. They stated the pictures that were immediately sent to them by PawBoost matched Cinnamon’s description.
PawBoost had my personal information which made it possible for the Animal Shelter to notify me. May I add, at the time, Cinnamon didn't have on a tag. Without intervention from PawBoost, our princess would have been gone forever. Thank you, PawBoost! Cinnamon was lost for a total 6 days. After 3 days of her missing, I posted an alert on PawBoost. Monday morning, I was notified where my pet was located thanks to PawBoost! PawBoost is an efficient, thorough, simple application, and most of all was very effective in locating and reuniting us with Cinnamon. Thank you so, so much!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Cinnamon's alert. After being missing for 6 long days, Cinnamon is finally back home safe with his loving pet parent. Welcome home, Cinnamon!
"Roscoe chewed through a zip-tie that kept thick plastic netting up on our second story balcony. Then, early in the morning, he lept from the second story and took off into the dark. PawBoost put our missing pet alert up on Facebook, and someone in the community saw that and commented a link to a post in a local lost pets group that had pictures of a cat that looked similar. This cat ended up being our Roscoe, and I was able to contact the person who made the post. Roscoe was missing for 21 hours before we were reunited. By posting his alert to Facebook and being a constantly checked resource by local groups, PawBoost put our lost pet alert out there enough that someone was able to connect us to Roscoe's finder. I would never have been able to locate said posting without the added visibility that PawBoost gave us. Thanks to PawBoost and everyone involved."
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Roscoe's alert. After being missing for 21 hours, Roscoe was finally found and reunited with his pet parent. Welcome home, Roscoe!
"Jace was outside my home shivering in the cold rain. He would not take any treats nor come near me, but I was able to herd him onto my porch and into my house. Jace is from a neighboring town and it's pretty far away. The owners found him through my PawBoost found pet alert and contacted me. After a little discussion and exchanged pictures, we decided he was definitely their dog, even though I live in a ways away from his house. It took a day for me to find the owner, and Jace was missing for two days.
Jace did not have a microchip, but he was so well behaved, I knew he had to have a home. He fit in with my dog and cats, sat, walked politely on a leash, and slept quietly in a crate. Although he was skittish at first, he warmed up to me quickly. I was just about to take him to the shelter when I got an alert from his owners who found him on PawBoost! With the help of PawBoost, it was effortless for me. One post of Jace’s found pet alert and I knew I was doing what I could to find his owner. Thanks for the help!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Jace's alert. Thanks to the help of his wonderful finder, Jace is now back home safe with his family. Welcome home, Jace!
"Recently, Teo has been getting out of our fence. He normally comes back, but not yesterday. We searched for hours. I posted signs and ended up going to bed without knowing if he was alive or safe. I posted him on a lost pet alert through PawBoost and a couple other sites. When I woke up the next day, someone replied to my lost pet alert on PawBoost and showed me a pet alert about a found dog. It was my baby! I’m a personal trainer, so it was hard to even meet my clients because I was so sad.
During one of my sessions was when I received the call saying they have my Teo. The guy who found him says he jumped out of the window at the Jack Britt School intersection and a lady stopped her car and got him. I’m just so thankful that I found this site and was able to post his alert in time and others shared it. The shares are what helped me find him. I’m so, so thankful. Teo was missing for about 15 hours before we were reunited. Thanks to PawBoost, I was able to find him in less than 24 hours. Thanks!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Teo's alert. After being missing for 15 hours, Teo was finally found and reunited with his loving pet parent. Welcome home, Teo!
"Harper escaped out of our back porch during the day when no one saw. We were reunited after 24 hours of searching and efforts from the entire community. Thanks to PawBoost, I received over 250 shares on social media. Because of the lost pet alert, people in my neighborhood were helping to look for her and notified me of sightings, including that a cat was heard two yards over from mine. I was able to go over there, call for her, and listen for her sounds, and ended up finding her hiding under the stairs. We are so grateful for PawBoost and the amazing people in the South Boston community. Harper was missing for just around 24 hours. This was such a great way to get the information out about my missing pet. It also provides incredible peace of mind. Thanks for the help!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Harper's alert. After 24 hours of searching, Harper was finally found and reunited with her family. Welcome home, Harper!
"On Valentine's Day afternoon, I had come home and found my backyard door open due to the wind. My two other dogs were still there, but my Chacho was missing! I immediately went and searched the backyard to check if he was maybe injured since he’s my oldest puppy. After not being able to find him, I immediately posted him on Facebook, Nextdoor, and PawBoost. PawBoost was the first and quickest way my Chacho was found. Wonderful people in the community searched for him on the website and notified me through email and commented on PawBoost’s Facebook page. I just picked him up and he was safe and healthy!
Chacho was fortunately missing for only three hours before I was notified by wonderful people on PawBoost that he was at my local shelter. I am so happy he was found so soon and didn’t have to be outside long since it had been very windy and snowing in our area. PawBoost was great and helped me reunite with my Chacho. I couldn’t have done it without all the wonderful people in the community who cared enough to search and share the lost pet alert, and most importantly, PawBoost for spreading the news so quickly and helping me bring my Chacho home. Thank you so much for all the help and love. My family and I are forever grateful."
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Chacho's alert. After being missing for 3 hours, Chacho is now back home safe with his family. Welcome home, Chacho!
"One day our cat, Athens, escaped from the garage! We searched all over the place for him, but he was nowhere to be found. Days turned into weeks and we were terrified that we were just never going to find him. I want to say thank you PawBoost and to the amazing couple that found and trapped our cat to return him home safely! They noticed him after seeing his lost pet alert on the PawBoost page! Athens was hungry and had lost weight, but I’m just so happy to have him home. Thank you to this community! Athens was missing for a whopping 21 days! This is an amazing community and very effective service."
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Athens' alert. After 21 long days of searching and hoping, Athens was finally found and is back home with his family! Welcome home, Athens!
"One night Michael Maxx didn’t come home for dinner. He’s always very prompt and we have a little dinner bell for him that usually summons him very quickly. We knew something was wrong when he didn’t come to bed that same night and even missed the next morning’s breakfast. I posted a lost pet alert through PawBoost and a friendly person commented different ways to find Michael Maxx, including checking in places like sheds. I called his name near one of our neighbors’ sheds and heard him meowing back! Our cat was gone for three entire days. I’m sure he could hear his dinner bell from where he was trapped, which breaks my heart with every meal he missed. The friendly PawBoost community on Facebook shared some amazing tips that actually resulted in finding him. Thank you all so much! Everyone’s tips helped so much!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Michael Maxx's alert. After 3 long days and some very helpful suggestions from the community, Michael Maxx is finally back home with his loving family. Welcome home, Michael Maxx!
"Our daughter forgot to fully shut Thumper’s enclosure. By the time we noticed he was missing, we couldn’t know how much ground he might have covered. After much time spent searching for our beloved bunny, we decided to take to social media and made a lost pet alert through PawBoost. Shortly after we posted he was missing, someone reached out with the street he was last seen on and we were able to find him hiding behind a trash can! Thumper had been missing for about 16 hours by the time we were reunited. The volume of people PawBoost was able to reach in those moments helped get the word out so fast that, within minutes, we were able to find his last location and get him home safely. Being able to reunite Thumper with our four year old daughter meant the world to us; she was heartbroken and scared he was gone forever. Thank you to PawBoost and their community for all their help!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Thumper's alert. After 16 hours and some helpful sightings from the community, Thumper is finally back home with his loving family! Welcome home, Thumper!
"We saw this dog was in the intersection of two busy streets and I was worried he would be hit by a car. I opened my car door and he hopped right in. I posted on Nextdoor about the found dog, but got no response after about two hours, and saw a reference to PawBoost in one of the other postings about a found dog. So, I went to PawBoost and submitted an alert with photos of the pup. The owner said she saw the alert on Facebook and then responded. She was frantic to find her pet, and she put her number in her response on PawBoost, so I was able to call her. The owner sent a message within half an hour of my alert being posted on PawBoost. I’m not sure how long she had been looking, but she was extremely appreciative of my helping to return her pet. PawBoost was instrumental in reuniting this sweet dog with his owner! So thankful for this site!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared this sweet pup's alert. After 30 minutes in his finder's care, this adorable doggo is now back home with his loving family!
"Kino was spooked when she heard the UPS man and dove under our fence that seemed even too small for even a rabbit. She had been with us for only three weeks from an over-crowded shelter in Texas and she’s had little to no socialization. People and noises terrify her. The police called us and said that someone had found Kino in their back yard, cowering by their shed. In fact, they reported that they had found Kino on PawBoost, not having seen our own lost dog alert. So many people connected the dots for us. We had just come home from searching when we got the call!
We drove over and there she was, captured by leash - growling and snapping. My daughter ran to her and hugged her crying. We thought we would never see her again. Kino was missing for about 30 hours, during one of the coldest cold-snaps in New England. PawBoost was a wonderful way of getting the word out! Kino is home and safe now, with her best friend who helped with the search! She may have frostbitten paw pads, but she is happy to be home. Thank you to everyone!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Kino's alert. Kino was missing for 30 hours in freezing conditions, but is now home safe with her loving family! Welcome home, Kino!
"We had workers at the house one day and the gate wasn't closed all the way. It seems Rusty wanted to take himself for a walk. After we realized he was missing, I asked a friend for help since she has a Facebook account, and she posted Rusty’s alert on PawBoost for me. Within 50 minutes of the alert being posted, she was contacted about my dog! They asked for his name and whereabouts, since he was microchipped and they knew his name as a result of getting his chipped checked. Rusty was missing for six hours, but once his alert was posted on PawBoost, we had information about him within 50 minutes! It was amazing how fast someone contacted us about my dog and I got him back. I was so thankful, since he is so old and deaf. Thank you for everyone's help!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Rusty's alert. Rusty was missing for 6 hours before he was found just 50 minutes after his family posted his PawBoost alert! Welcome home, Rusty!
"We don't know how Tala went missing. She is five and has never run away before. We have a six foot fence with no holes or gaps, and the gate was closed and latched when she had disappeared on us. Having your pet go missing is so scary. My husband and I did not know what to do. I called the police, and went online searching for what to do. I came across PawBoost, and I immediately uploaded a photo of Tala. I saw that alert get reposted on users' private Facebook pages. It was so comforting to know we weren't alone with so many helping in the search.
She was found in about an hour and a half by a lady who contacted us from PawBoost. When I received that phone call, my heart stopped. She was found, and she was safe! Tala was only missing for an hour and a half before we were connected with her finder. I would definitely recommend this site to everyone with a lost pet. It is such a great way to get the word out as soon as possible if your pet is missing. Thank you to the kind people who found her! Thank you, too, for all those who helped in the search. Tala is safe and back home!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shard Tala's alert. After an hour and a half of being missing, Tala is finally back home with her pet parents. Welcome home, Tala!