Read about recently reunited fur babies.
Pets Reunited And Counting!
"Luna was staying at my boyfriend’s place of employment where she was supposed to be a guard dog. Unfortunately, when they opened the gate one day, she ran off, unable to be caught. We all looked everywhere for her in the nearby area for hours, but found no trace of her. I was going crazy and crying so much thinking that I would never find my baby.
I posted her information everywhere and made an alert for her on PawBoost. I'm grateful for everyone who shared our posts and PawBoost alert for Luna. PawBoost was so very helpful! Someone got in contact with me right away from her alert and told me the area where she had seen my baby. Luna had apparently been hiding out at the old carousel mall here in San Bernardino. Luna was missing for the whole day on Thursday, and I found her Friday night from th spotting, for which I am so grateful for. PawBoost is so helpful and very useful, I can't thank you all enough!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Luna's alert. After one day and one night of being missing, Luna is finally back home with her loving pet parents!
"We're not exactly sure how my cat Micky got out. We had a salesman come by yesterday afternoon and my niece answered the door. Micky might have slipped by them while she was talking to the salesman. We didn't notice until late that night that he wasn't in the house, but as soon as we realized, we went driving around the neighborhood calling out and looking for him for hours. It was a sleepless, freezing cold, horrible night.
I posted his PawBoost alert in the middle of the night when we got home that evening. 'First thing this morning, I checked and found a few responses to his alert and messaged them back. From seeing his PawBoost alert, a dear woman, Evana, contacted me saying she had seen someone post about a lost cat sighting and then connected me to that individual. The finder told me which area Micky was spotted in, so we went door-to-door and found one neighbor who knew another neighbor named Flora, whose house he was staying at. Micky had apparently entered Flora's house and then refused to leave.
It genuinely was a group effort, as many people truly cared and shared information. Micky was thankfully in a warm home last night and was cared for by kind people only a few doors away on my street. Thank you so much, Flora and family! PawBoost made it so much easier to get Micky back home safely. They say "it takes a village," and in Micky's case, the effort of our little village of neighbors and the PawBoost community is exactly how we were reunited. I'm very grateful to everyone and to PawBoost!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Micky's alert. After a stressful night of being missing, and thanks to a wonderful village of neighbors and PawBoost community members, Micky was reunited with his family the following morning. Welcome home, Micky!
"I was driving in a residential area to visit my sister when I saw this little pup walking back and forth all by himself. He looked lost, like he couldn’t remember which way he came from. I pulled over and he let me walk right up to him. I picked him up and took him to my sister’s house in the same area. After posting him on several social media outlets, we decided to walk him around the street to see where he would lead us, but he still seemed a little confused, so I just took him home.
Although I had never heard of this site before this situation, I posted on a local lost pet Facebook page, and from there someone suggested that I post an alert for him on PawBoost, so I did. Someone who saw the PawBoost alert had also seen that the owner posted a lost dog notice on the Ring app, and that individual gave the owner the PawBoost alert link to get ahold of me. It was only about 21 hours from the time I posted his alert to the time the owner came to pick up the dog. Thank you everyone who helped get this pup home!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared this adorable pup's alert. After being in the amazing finder's care for 21 hours, this little Yorkie's owner found his PawBoost alert and they were swiftly reunited shortly after!
"We recently moved to a new city, and Benny had been agitated about the new cats outside our windows. He ended up pushing himself through a screen window when a strange cat got too close and then ran away. We searched for him for hours, but he was simply nowhere to be found. We posted an alert for him through PawBoost in hopes that someone might be able to find him. A few days passed, but still no Benny.
Our incredible neighbors kept an eye out for Benny with the help of PawBoost and their social media alerts! Our Benny was missing for five very stressful days. Finally, on the fifth day that he was missing, one of our neighbors spotted him in a nearby yard, came to our door, and led us straight to him. We are so glad to have him back home! PawBoost really helps get the word out quickly and easily when your pet goes missing!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Benny's alert. After 5 days on his own, Benny is back home in the loving care of his incredibly relieved family. Welcome home, Benny!
"I was fostering Loki and he was on a trial-situation with a family for potential rehoming. Unfortunately, the directions for his care weren’t scrutinized, and he managed to slip his collar off before running away. I was notified of him going missing by the initial referral that set up this trial rehoming. Loki was missing for 36 hours, but it took PawBoost a whole 35 minutes for results! I’m not on social media myself, but I was BLOWN AWAY by how quickly we were able to find him and get him situated. I was beside myself that I had let him down trying to find him a fur-ever home. I was worried sick about him being out on his own, scared, unsafe, and possibly in danger.
Luckily, he wandered into a beautiful, kind soul’s backyard. She kept him safe, posted his alert through PawBoost who put it on social media, and had him stay with her neighbor who was also a kind and beautiful soul who actually ended up adopting Loki! She loved him; her St. Bernard, Coco, really took to him and now Loki has a magnificent fur-ever home! He has a magnificent yard, a friend, and superb, caring people around him. Which, as his foster mom, is all I was praying for him! I can’t thank PawBoost enough for the Facebook alert that led to this entire situation! There are just no words for all of the kind people that responded with help, support, and information about Loki due to PawBoost. He found the best yard to seek sanctuary and all of my prayers were answered. I just am beyond words with emotion and gratitude for the kind ladies who helped him - and PawBoost for making it happen!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Loki's alert. After 36 long hours of being lost, Loki was finally found - and found his own fur-ever family along the way! Welcome to your new home, Loki!
"Sunflower's a good shoulder bird, and she usually just sits with me while I work around the house. I had something I needed to put in my car, so I walked out of the door with her on my shoulder. I had completely forgotten she was there, and she actually stayed there until the slamming of the car door scared her into flight. After take-off, she just kept on flying further and further away. I was so scared because we live next to a mountainous area with plenty of hawk sightings, and when I couldn't find her within the first hour, I knew it was unlikely for her to last the night.
I immediately put her information online via PawBoost and social media. I knew the statistics for lost birds weren't good, but if there was any chance of her being found by a person, they would probably go online to look for her owners. 'Turns out, that's exactly what happened! About 24 hours after she had flown out of sight, she went and landed on someone's shoulder a whole city away. They found me through PawBoost and, after contacting each other, Sunflower is finally back home with me. She was missing for 31 hours in total. The fact that I was able to reunite with my bird is nothing short of a miracle; thank you all so much!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Sunflower's alert. After 31 hours of being missing, Sunflower was finally reunited with her loving family who missed their feathered friend very much! Welcome home, Sunflower!
"This little black dog showed up in my driveway one Monday night and just sat there shivering. Somebody in the nearby area was shooting fireworks that day, so I figured that the fireworks must have spooked the pup, making him run away from his family. The poor dog was frozen in fear, shaking in my driveway when I found him. I brought him inside and dried him off, then got to work on finding this little guy's family.
I took pictures of the dog and posted the pictures, his description, ad my contact information on PawBoost, Facebook, Nextdoor, and the Ring app. Days passed, but I still had received no response from his owners, so we just hung out at my place waiting for someone to reach out and claim him. After five days went by, I finally received a text that Saturday morning from the owner who claimed he saw the alert on PawBoost, and he was able to quickly come and pick him up. They were very happy to see each other! Thanks for the help."
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared this sweet pup's alert. After 5 days in this kind-hearted soul's care, this cutie was finally reunited with his loving family.
"We get our grass cut and treated every so often and always tell the workers to shut the gate after thy're done. This time they unfortunately forgot to shut the gate, so Teddy was able to sneak out undetected. When we realized what had happened, we searched all over our neighborhood because he had never gone out past that area on our walks, so we figured he might've stayed nearby. We were out looking until 2:00AM, but still could not find him anywhere. We were so worried that something had happened to him!
I went on every Facebook lost pet group and posted that my pet was missing, and that's when I found PawBoost. After posting Teddy's alert on their site, the PawBoost community started reaching out to us immediately and everyone was such a great help. I got so many messages from the community on Teddy's PawBoost alert about him potentially being at the local animal shelter, so we picked up our stuff and went straight there. I got there to see that my puppy was unharmed and as perfect as can be! It was about 15 hours before we were directed to the animal shelter and able to go pick him up. PawBoost is the perfect way to get people to know about missing animals and the people on that site sincerely want to help find them. Thank you all so much for helping me find my Teddy Bear! We are sure glad to find that our family is together again!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Teddy's alert. After 15 hours of searching and stress, Teddy's family is thriled to have their fur baby back home safe and sound!
"On the day that Sammie went missing, I was working on replacing a lock on my front door and talking to the technician who was trying to help. I had to walk away from the door several times to get more supplies, and I accidentally left the door open one of those times, giving Sammie the opportunity to squeeze through the cracked door and escape. Sammie is not a runner, and she usually will not go out of the front door unless she is invited. I didn't realize she was gone for a while after I got the door fixed because she usually likes to hang out in my bedroom with our cat.
After searching the neighborhood several times upon noticing her absence, I put her picture out on PawBoost. In a very short time, PawBoost put me in contact with a family who had found a dog matching her description. The finders had also put her information on PawBoost, and the site was able to get us back together quickly. We want to give a special thanks to the wonderful people who found her and even walked her home, and a thank you as well to PawBoost! This format really works!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Sammie's alert. After 7 hours of being lost, Sammie was finally reunited with his family and is now back home, safe and sound!
"I had just returned home from work and was walking Zoe around the neighborhood. We live in a large complex that is gated just north of a busy exit to an interstate. Zoe's collar must have gotten loose along the way, so when Zoe stopped during our walk, it slid right off as I continued on, not noticing for a split second that she had stopped walking. She immediately ran off and made it out of the apartment complex. I saw her race towards the busy highway and several shopping centers before I unfortunately lost sight of her.
I received a message through PawBoost from the girl who found Zoe - or, as Hanna (the finder) put it, Zoe found her! I called Hanna and we exchanged information so that I could come and pick Zoe up. Zoe was missing for less than 24 hours and was luckily in good care for a majority of that time thanks to her finder. PawBoost was recommended to me by several friends in the past who had used it to reunite with their lost pets. The community is great. The couple that found her was awesome and I told them they could visit with Zoe anytime they wanted!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Zoe's alert. After 20 hours of being missing, Zoe is finally back home with her loving family. Welcome home, Zoe!
"This cat showed up in my yard looking for food and water one day. He must have known where to look, as I was already feeding another outdoor cat regularly. After speaking calmly to him, he finally allowed me to pet him. Even after our interaction ended, he would stay by the door or on the patio, so I figured he must be someone's house cat. I put out a bed for him to use and he immediately hopped in and started snoozing. I also set up an outdoor camera facing the bed, so I could check on him throughout the day or night.
The same day that I posted his alert on PawBoost, I received a couple of well wishes. Then, finally, I received the "I think that's our cat!" message that I had been anxiously awaiting. The lady who sent the message asked to bring her son along to come see if this kitty could be their cat, and as soon as they arrived, it was clear that he was their missing kitty. The lady said their cat was missing for a whole year! They spent almost an hour holding him at my home when they came to pick him up, thrilled to finally have their cat back. It only took the one day of having posted to this site to reunite this family with their furry friend. PawBoost works! Seeing the reunion made everything well worth it.”
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared this cute kitty's alert. After being missing for an entire YEAR, this furry feline's family couldn't be happier to have their missing loved one back home!
"We didn’t noticed that Biscuit had followed us into our car garage when we were leaving the house to go shopping one afternoon and, when we came back from the store, she was gone! The moment I realized that she was gone, I posted an alert for her on PawBoost stating that she was missing and gave a short, concise description and photo for reference. We searched the neighborhood as well, but she was nowhere to be found.
Biscuit was found by a Good Samaritan the very next day! The finder didn’t know who her owner was, so she took Biscuit with her for safekeeping while she searched for us. She tried to look us up and, luckily, she was able to find me through PawBoost! Biscuit was missing for only one night. Alica, the finder, drove all the way from Surprise, Arizona to bring our Biscuit back home the following day. She is such an amazing person with a good heart! With our newfound experience on this site, we will definitely be recommending PawBoost to our friends should they ever lose a pet!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Biscuit's alert. After one night of being missing, Biscuit's family is thrilled to have their furry friend back home!
"My family was visiting for Memorial Day weekend and my younger brothers accidentally let Charlotte out. I had already gone to bed early for work the next morning and couldn’t find her when I woke. She usually comes to the back door first thing in the morning, so when I didn’t find her there, I immediately knew something was wrong. We searched everywhere for her but couldn't find her anywhere, so we made an alert for Charlotte on PawBoost.
Someone reached out to me after seeing her alert on Facebook. They informed me that they found her about two towns over! We met up and we were reunited posthaste. Charlotte was missing for almost a week and a half before she was found far from home. PawBoost is the best for getting your pet's information shared as quickly as possible, and they spread the word incredibly far! We can't thank everyone enough for sharing and helping, especially PawBoost!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Charlotte's alert. After about a week and a half of being missing, Charlotte was finally found and reunited with her family. Welcome home, Charlotte!
“The backdoor was accidentally left open and she escaped in the middle of the night. We posted on PawBoost as soon as we realized she was gone and searched everywhere around the house and outside in the nearby area in hopes of finding her, but we were unable to find her ourselves and eventually had to give up for the night.
An amazing woman and her daughter contacted us less than 24 hours later saying she found a cat who matched our Alex's description. We were so excited to see that it was our cat! Alex was found about 5 miles away. This pet community was 100% the reason we have our baby back! She got out Sunday morning and by early afternoon on Monday we received the call that she may have been found. We probably never would have seen Alex again if we had not posted her alert to PawBoost! Thank you to all who helped!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Alex's alert. After just over 20 hours on her own, Alex was finally found and reunited with her loving family!
"I found Nala wandering in the middle of a moderately busy intersection. A couple of pedestrians were unsuccessful in trying to get her to safety, so I pulled over in my truck and was luckily able to retrieve her. I had one of my service dogs with me and Nala joined up with us immediately. I took her home and we posted her on PawBoost. I bathed her and drove around the adjoining neighborhoods looking for signs or flyers posted the following morning with no success.
I decided to check social media for "lost" animals and found her owners’ post. I called immediately and confirmed ownership. I found the owners in less than 24 hours after collecting Nala. I found her around noon on Sunday and she was reunited by Monday. She and her sister got loose Friday night due to fireworks. The owners were able to retrieve her sister immediately, but Nala managed to evade them. I even stopped at Petco on my way to return Nala and bought ID tags for her and her sister Lola. The owner was extremely grateful for our care, bath, and ID tags! PawBoost is a great platform for situations such as this. I definitely recommend this site and service!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Nala's alert. After being found, it took only one day for Nala to be reunited with her family. Welcome home, Nala!
"We were visiting from Arizona one week and Gracie went missing from our Airbnb. Beforehand, she never would have run off intentionally, but once she got out of the gate, it shut behind her so she couldn't get back in. Gracie was found ten miles away from our Airbnb at Saint Luke's Hospital, running around a construction site. An employee of the hospital saw her at noon, and then again when she got off work, and later found her alert on PawBoost and called me.
If it wasn't for PawBoost, we probably would have never been reunited! It's a miracle that she was returned I don't know how she got that far away from our Airbnb! We are just so thankful for the lady who reunited us with our dog and for PawBoost! Gracie was missing for two long days before she was spotted. Social media is the place to get your message out when you're missing a pet. Everyone has been so helpful! Thank God we got Gracie back! Thank you so much for every one's help."
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Gracie's alert. After 2 days on her own, Gracie is thrilled to be back home with her family. Welcome home, Gracie!
"We let Fritz outside one day, as he is an inside-outside cat, but he never came back. After hours went by with no trace of him, we were certain that he must have gotten lost. When we came up empty-handed after searching his usual spots and hangouts, we began to worry as this was wholly unlike him; he always comes back. Days went by, but there was still no sign of him anywhere.
Someone saw my alert on PawBoost and commented that they had seen another person post about him elsewhere. They were able to send me that person's information to pick up my boy! PawBoost gave me many options to get the word out there. They posted on sites that I wouldn't have thought to check - or didn’t even know existed! More people than I expected reached out, and everyone who helped was diligent in their search efforts and tips and they truly cared about my pet's safe return. Fritz was gone for five long days. We are so happy to be reunited with our fur baby! Thank you everyone for the help!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Fritz's alert. After 5 days of searching and stress, Fritz was finally found and reunited with his sweet pet parents. Welcome home, Fritz!
"When my son came home late one night, he didn’t latch the front door properly and it was left open for a while before we noticed. This is how our China escaped. PawBoost helped reunite us because the moment they posted China’s missing alert, I started receiving messages of her whereabouts. Before posting on PawBoost, we weren’t too sure where to look for her. But, once sightings began coming in from the PawBoost community, we knew just where to look and that’s where we found her!
The PawBoost community is amazing. They are very supportive and offered a lot of advice on what to do. I learned a lot. China was missing for about two days. I knew if we got her picture out there quickly enough we would have a good chance of finding her, and PawBoost did just that. PawBoost was recommended to me by my local animal shelter and was such a great, helpful resource! I will also continue looking on PawBoost to help others find their pets in the future. It is truly an amazing service."
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared China's alert. After being missing for 2 days, China is finally back home with her loving family. Welcome home, China!
"My fiancé and I were driving home and saw this pup crossing a busy street with a blind turn. We immediately pulled over and my fiancé got out to go retriever her before she could get hurt. A bunch of cars stopped as well, but she scooted over to the sidewalk and my fiancé was able to walk right up to her and pick her up. She didn’t dart away or run. She was very friendly, but nervous and scared. Understandably so!
PawBoost was a huge help! We first posted in our community Facebook group, and then a member told me to post an alert with PawBoost. It wasn’t too long after that I received a notification through PawBoost that the owner was found! It took about an hour and a half to find the owner, as they were searching for their lost pet at the same time. I can’t believe how quickly the word got out and how fast we were able to find the owner so late at night. Because it was blasted out to so many people, the owner was still searching outside and when a neighbor was able to tell the owner that they saw her on PawBoost! We were connected immediately! Thank you all for the help!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared this sweet pup's alert. After an hour and a half of searching for this cutie's pet parents, these amazing finders were able to reunite the pup with her loving family!
"The door out to our garage doesn’t shut tightly, and the main garage door was open as we were bringing in items from my husband's trip. During the time my husband and I were going over his trip, apparently Mira decided to explore. We didn’t realize she was gone until much later when she didn’t come upstairs to bed. Due to tips commented from people on our PawBoost alert that was posted to Facebook, I understood it was most likely that our indoor cat was somewhere between 3-5 houses away. I walked the neighborhood each morning and night looking for her. On the fifth night, I saw a little cat from a distance hiding under a car, but she ran when I got close. I went home, grabbed a can of cat food, and brought my son back to search with me. We called to her with seemingly no luck. So, we left the food and went home. I decided I’d check the food the next day.
Before bed, I checked our garage; we’d left the door cracked because of the PawBoost community tips, and I was shocked and excited to see our cat in the dark of the garage! Mira was missing for a total of five days. Mira had been an indoor cat all her life and I was a wreck when we realized our beloved cat was missing. The support, tips, and prayers really kept me and our family going. I even got an email from a neighbor through PawBoost who was about a mile away who said they thought they saw our cat. 'Turns out it wasn’t her but, regardless, it gave me a lead and hope. It was so nice to know people were actively looking for lost pet and that they’d take the time to reach out to us. I was resolute in doing whatever it took, but it was the tips I learned about her most-likely location, consistent searching, leaving items of hers out for scent, and leaving the garage open that made our reunion a reality. I’m so grateful for PawBoost!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Mira's alert. After the longest 5 days of her family's lives, Mira is finally back home where she belongs. Welcome home, Mira!
"Ollie escaped from his hutch when his hutch door became loose and he managed to push it open. We found his hutch open and immediately looked for him in nearby areas, but could not locate him anywhere. It eventually got too dark and we couldn’t search any more that day. We left his hutch open with food and water in it, and left carrots in the fields and trees in the surrounding areas just in case he was there and became hungry. After an unsuccessful search for Ollie, I searched online and reported him as missing on PawBoost in hopes that people nearby would contact me if they saw or found him.
The next morning, I got a call saying that someone saw him laying in the front lawn of a nearby house. However, when I got there, he was already gone. We searched around that house, but still could not find him. We became worried since that was the house that many of the neighborhood cats stayed at, and were scared that they would hurt Ollie. Later that evening, I went out for one last search of the day and went back to that house where the PawBoost sighting had come in just to check. I found him lounging in that front yard where he was originally spotted and was able to bring him home safely! Ollie was missing for over 24 hours! Thanks to PawBoost, Ollie’s missing poster was shared on Facebook 150+ times, and we were able to locate him because of the sighting that came in from someone who had seen his alert. Without PawBoost, I wouldn’t have been able to bring my sweet family’s rabbit home. If you ever find yourself in this type of situation with any pet, do yourself a favor and use PawBoost!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Ollie's alert. After being missing for over 24 hours in perilous conditions, Ollie is finally back home with his loving family!
"My little girl and I were cleaning out the cages that day, as we do daily. When I removed the grate from the bottom to clean it, in a split-second, Lemony had squeezed through the gap and out of the back door of our home. My little girl called after him, panic-stricken, as I turned and saw him flying off up the road. I ran after him and saw him turn and fly high upwards, in-between two houses, and up towards the trees. This was alarming, as we live very close to the woods.
I went back home and started posting all over the lost pet social media pages. Someone mentioned I should probably register on PawBoost. I immediately did this and watched as my post was shared over a few pages, and lovely comments from caring people began to pour in. I was skeptical to be sure; I didn't have any hope that it would work. He's a tiny, little canary, and trees are enticing. Within three hours, my alert had been connected to another post which had a photo of my little Lemony in someone's garden shed!
We arranged to go 'round immediately and took a cage with us. I was let into the shed and Lemony came down without any encouragement. He landed on the cage. He flew to the bottom, circled the cage up to the top, and then went right inside. We took him home, dirty and scruffy, but happy. Finally reunited with his mate, he had a bath and a feast and sat on his nest of eggs whilst his mate had some food. PawBoost was able to give me hope when I had very little, and I got my little canary back. We are over-joyed to have him back so quickly! What an amazing community of caring people."
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Lemony's alert. After a little over 3 hours of searching, Lemony's family couldn't be happier to be reunited with their feathered friend! Welcome home, Lemony!
"Mango showed up to my house at the back door one day and just sat there, crying. He really wanted in! I have two cats and thought it was strange for him to be outside, as he acted like he knew me and belonged here. I fed him and brushed him, and I knew he had a good home somewhere because he was so loving and knew how to behave in a home. I put him on PawBoost before taking him to vet to see if he was microchipped.
As soon as I reported him as found on PawBoost, I got immediate responses and was given the owner’s number to contact them. The owner told me Mango had been missing for 10 days! The owners came right over and picked him up. There were a lot of tears. I was just so happy to reunite them! It only took an hour, once he was on PawBoost, for me to reunite this family, but they had been searching 10 days, so this site was fantastic! Thank you for the help!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Mango's alert. After 10 days of being missing, we're so glad that the amazing finder could finally reunite Mango with his family!
"My lovely babies stepped on the remote for the power gate, and, lo and behold, it opened right up. I had arms full of groceries and couldn’t get it shut quick enough. After setting down the bags, I tried to see which way they went, slipped on gravel, and broke my foot! I still tried driving around to look for them, but couldn’t find them anywhere. Tips kept coming in from PawBoost, but I was having no luck in my search.
A lovely young lady named Alana who had seen my pups' alert called me the next morning to say that they drove around looking for Bella and Bear, had found them that very night, and had taken them to their home! Alana gave me their address and I immediately picked them up. If it weren’t for PawBoost and this wonderful couple, I would probably not be reunited with my fur babies yet. My dogs were missing for about 19 hours, which for me was forever. I would absolutely recommend PawBoost to anyone with pets, you people are life savers. Big thanks to all!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Bella and Bear's alert. After 19 hectic hours of searching and stress, Bella and Bear are thrilled to finally be back home with their families!
"Delilah had just been let out to do her business one the morning when we got distracted with our new baby, leaving her an opportunity to wander off. After searching everywhere for her and utilizing PawBoost's services, I received a phone call from a neighbor on another block whose daughter saw one of the flyers I had posted, which I received from PawBoost. They called me while we were on another walk in our search for Delilah. They described her for me and sent me pictures of her to let me know which direction she'd ran off to, and we went right over to investigate.
We were reunited with Delilah after two days and about 7 hours. Our search was narrowed even further on the last day, because our other neighbor searched his door camera footage and was able to let us know that Delilah never went in the direction of his home. With only one direction left for her to have gone, we were able to find her fairly quickly after searching that way. PawBoost quickly supplied me with a printable missing dog flyer, which helped me to get word out quicker. This directly resulted in us being reunited with our Delilah! I'm not good at putting together flyers like this, so I'm not sure how long it would have taken me to get something done and posted around in time for the girl who found our missing pup to see it when she did. Thank you so much, PawBoost. You guys are awesome!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Delilah's alert. Two days and seven hours after she went missing, Delilah was finally found and reunited with her dad, who couldn't be happier to have his fur-baby back home again!
"Although we made sure to husky-proof our backyard as much as we could, Rambo still managed to escape from a very small hole he'd dug underneath the fence where the bricks did not come in contact. The hole was less than a foot long! We couldn't believe that, despite his bulky (or husky, I should say!) frame, he was able to squeeze through such a small area. We were incredibly worried about him when there was no sign of him anywhere nearby after a couple of hours passed. I posted an alert for him on Facebook, Instagram, and PawBoost.
PawBoost was able to reunite me with my pup because someone reached out to me through PawBoost saying that they potentially saw my dog listed as "found" on another app called Nextdoor. That person who reached out was an absolute stranger to me, but was kind enough to let me know that he had seen my dog on another app! Eventually, I messaged the woman from the Nextdoor app who had taken my dog in, and she brought him safely back to my home. I want to thank both people, as well as PawBoost, for reuniting our family. Rambo went missing from 8:00 AM to 9:00 PM in one day. We were able to get him back so soon because of these wonderful people and this amazing service. Thank you, PawBoost!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Rambo's alert. After being missing for 13 hours, Rambo was finally found and reunited with his family. Welcome home, Rambo!
"I met Belle when she ran into my yard and came right up to me. She was friendly and so I immediately thought to myself that this puppy belongs to someone. I put her in my car and we drove around to see if anyone was looking for her. I started out by asking my neighbors and posted her on our neighborhood lost pets medium, but nothing came of those methods, so I decided to post an alert for her on PawBoost in hopes that the community might have seen her around or, better yet, captured her.
I received an email with a sighting and finally found the owner who had been looking for her for a long while. We got in contact and found out she had only run a block away from home. We took her back home and found out that they had been having work done on their fence when Belle must have found her way out during the construction. I had her for a total of two days before we found her owner, and I’m so thankful that this social site helped me to reunite Belle with her family!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Belle's alert. After 2 days of being missing, and thanks to the efforts of the amazing finder, Belle is finally home with her loving family. Welcome home, Belle!
"I had accidentally left the door open one day, and Zoe saw her opportunity and flew out of the apartment. She’s only two years old and she was not trained to fly outdoors, so I was immediately very concerned for her safety. I looked everywhere for her, but she was already long gone. I put a lost pet alert out on PawBoost in hopes that someone might find her and contact me. A couple of days passed, but she was still missing.
Someone finally found Zoe near the address where she was originally lost, and the finder took her over to El Cajon Animal Shelter for them to keep her safe. They looked online and found Zoe's PawBoost alert on Facebook, called me to let me know that she was at the shelter, and then I was able to go pick her up right away. Zoe was missing for a very long and stressful two days. PawBoost was very helpful. Much thanks to you guys."
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Zoe's alert. After two days of being lost, Zoe's pet parent couldn't be happier to have their feathered friend back home. Welcome home, Zoe!
"Charlie slipped out of the door one day and ran off out of sight. He’s an indoor-only cat, so we were so worried about his safety and ability to survive the outdoors. We immediately posted an alert for him on PawBoost and notified all of the shelters and vets in our area to be on the look-out for him. We posted about 250 flyers all over the neighborhood and searched by foot daily trying to bring him home. Days went by, and still we couldn't find him anywhere.
As it turns out, Charlie was hanging out in a yard about half a mile from our house for those last few days. The folks whose house he was hanging out at were so kind! They made him a place to sleep on their porch, fed him, and let him hang with them. When they saw his alert on PawBoost, they immediately contacted us. We practically ran to their house, and sure enough, it was our Charlie! Charlie was missing for 9 long days. PawBoost was essential to getting Charlie back home! We are so grateful. Thank you."
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Charlie's alert. After having been missing for 9 long days, Charlie's family is thrilled to have him back home!
"Remy is a nervous, recent rescue. I had just adopted Remy from the Ohio area not even two weeks before he went missing. He bolted when I must have accidentally left the garage door open one day; stupid move on my part! He’s so scared of everything, so we were worried about him being out all alone. We searched everywhere for him, but he was nowhere to be found,
I posted on PawBoost and after just four hours, a wonderful woman saw it and copied the alert onto a Facebook group page that I had never known about beforehand. That post was seen by a woman who saw Remy run across the street, and that woman shared where she had last seen him. A team went out, and after a bit of searching and calling, we found him! PawBoost helped get the word out, and they connected me with experienced and caring volunteers. Thank you so much to all of the strangers and friends who came to the rescue!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Remy's alert. After getting the help of a village of sharers, pet lovers, and volunteers, Remy was found and reunited with his amazing family in just 4 hours!
"A few of our neighbors brought this lost dog over to our house one day and dropped her off since they were on their way to work and couldn't take care of her, nor look for her family right then. We decided that we would help look for her owners as well, since this pup seemed to belong to someone and also seemed to be itching to get home. We walked around hoping that the owner might be searching for her nearby or that she could lead us to her home, but nothing panned out.
I then checked the PawBoost website and also made a found alert for her that same day. After a couple of minutes of searching, I found that there was a "Lost Dog" alert from three weeks prior that looked exactly like the pup. I called them, and it turned out that she was their dog! The owner had been searching for three weeks, but it only took me a day to find them and reunite the pup with her family after using PawBoost. It’s just so easy to view lost and found pets on this website, and PawBoost has a lovely integration with Facebook which makes it easy to find the lost or found pet listing that you're looking for - even if it was posted three weeks ago! Thank you for the help!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared this sweet pup's alert. Thank you as well to the amazing finder who was able to reunite this pup with her pet parent! After three weeks of searching, this fur baby is finally back home with her family.
"What a story it is! We believe the gardener did not latch the gate properly one day, and this led to Jenny getting out. She's a very curious tortoise, but little could we imagine that she would be missing for the next two years after realizing that she had escaped! Jenny had already been missing for a year when a mailman saw her on the street and went door-to-door around the block to try to find her owner. Eventually, he came across a woman named Diana, who said that she and her husband would keep and take care of Jenny until her owner was found.
They kept her for an entire year until Diana finally saw my plea on PawBoost's Facebook page! She took photos and videos of Jenny and commented them on her alert, asking "Could this be her?" And it was! Jenny and her tortoise-siblings immediately bonded again upon her return and are doing great! Miracles do happen - and this reunion could not have happened without PawBoost! My advice to those with missing pets is don't get discouraged - it took a full two months, almost to the day, since I'd posted her alert on PawBoost to get an answer from the amazing finders, and it took two years in total to find her! I just love what you guys do. Getting Jenny back was nothing short of a miracle. Thank you all so much - you're PAW-some!"
Spread the AMAZING news! Thank you to everyone who continued to share Jenny's alert. After an unbelievable 2 years of being missing, Jenny's family is absolutely thrilled to finally have their reptilian friend back home, safe and sound! At long last, welcome home, Jenny!
"We never actually found how exactly how Damen got out of the house. We always take care to make sure our pets are secure in the home before opening any doors, so we believe that he must have gotten out while the kids were headed out to school in the morning on that day, and they just didn’t notice him sneaking out. When we realized that he was gone, we immediately sprung into action. We put up posters all over our neighborhood and put a "Lost Cat" alert for him online with the help of PawBoost.
A couple of days went by and we finally got a sighting! The person contacted us through his alert and told us where he was at. We went by and there he was! He was missing for two whole days. PawBoost was so very helpful and thorough with getting the word out and helping us get connected to the right people so that we could get Damen back as soon as possible. They directly facilitated getting more community members within the area to help us search. I’m so very grateful!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Damen's alert. After 2 days of being missing, Damen's family couldn't be happier to have their furry friend back home!
"Monkey snuck out of our RV at around 10:00 PM one day in Little Talbot Island State Park, which is a beautiful, paradise-like campground full of trees and dense shrubbery. It wasn’t until 6 hours later that we noticed he was missing. We searched the campground high and low, concerned that he was terrified and alone, as he is a 15 year-old indoor cat without front claws, who was likely very hungry and thirsty. I followed PawBoost’s "7 Tips For Finding a Lost Cat" by sitting out in the dark after 10:30 PM the next night and gently calling his name. It wasn’t but 5 minutes later that I heard him meow and turned with my headlamp and saw his eyes glowing in the pitch black night! He wouldn’t come to me, but he would walk away from me meowing! He made me slowly chase him, still calling his name, and he would stop to answer me but still walk a little further away! He eventually sat still, and I picked him up and gave him the biggest squeeze and some kisses and then ran back to our campsite with him held tightly in my arms! Of course he was starving and thirsty, and I do not believe he could have survived much longer without food and water as he has no outside survival skills.
Monkey was missing for 48 hours! The PawBoost alert went out immediately after we reported him as missing on there, and the PawBoost Facebook family immediately commented with tips and recommendations that could help to find him. We couldn’t have found him so quickly if it weren’t for all of the tips, shares, and prayers that were posted! A girl who works at a local vet clinic saw his alert and she let all of the local shelters and other vet clinics know to be on the look-out for him, and also provided me with a link to a no-kill shelter. A virtually unrealistic expectation to get Monkey back when we were in a “jungle-like” campground was amazingly met in spite of the odds against him. I couldn’t be happier and thank all of the Facebook posters for sharing his alert and PawBoost for our successful reunion! A truly great group of animal lovers! I feel so lucky and can now travel back home with my little fur baby. Crying tears of joy right now!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Monkey's alert. After 48 hours on his own, Monkey is thrilled to be back home with his loving family who never gave up on finding him! Welcome home, Monkey!
"I was at my parents' house, about to leave to go pick up my daughter from school, when this dog somehow got into to the garage and just sat there, panting. We knew that he had to belong to someone, so when a quick search around the area for his owners left us empty-handed, we went ahead and posted a "Found Dog" alert with PawBoost. We kept him with us while we searched for his family, and he was such a friendly dog!
After just a few hours, the owner reached out, verified ownership, and came to pick the dog up. PawBoost spread the word and their "Found Dog" alert reached the dog's owners on Facebook, so that's how they were able to find me and contact me to let them know that I'd found their dog. The pup was finally reunited with his family after about 6 hours of being missing but in our care. PawBoost helped spread the word quickly and always does whenever a pet is missing. Thank you for your help!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared this beautiful pup's alert. After 6 hours of being lost, this cutie's family couldn't be happier to have their furry friend back home!
"Sydney and I were hanging out at a local park on a Thursday afternoon. Her recall is usually very good, but this one time, she didn't come back when I called, and soon disappeared out of my sight. I didn't sleep for more than two hours the night after she went missing. I kept waking up and going outside to check if she was at the gate. I was devastated!
PawBoost was a godsend! Within an hour or two of posting, I learned that Sydney had been found. A Good Samaritan had spotted her running loose in a bike lane before heading into a bar with a dog-friendly patio near my house where we sometimes hang out for a coffee or an after-work spritz. (I guess she was searching all the usual spots to find me!) Luckily, the guy who spotted her had a dog crate in his car, and he posted her photo on PawBoost late that night.
Sydney was missing for about 24 hours. But, once I found out about PawBoost and posted her alert, I found out her location pretty quickly. It's nice to know that there is a community of folks out there who want to reunite lost pets with their owners. I didn't know that PawBoost existed before Sydney went missing, but I am so grateful for it!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Sydney's alert. After 24 hours of being missing, Sydney is finally back home with her pet parent. Welcome home, Sydney!