Read about recently reunited fur babies.
Pets Reunited And Counting!
"We were on our normal walk, waiting at an intersection, when something spooked Millie and she managed to wiggle out of her harness. It was 2 hours of terror, three parties of people searching in cars, and me walking miles on foot. All the while, I was feverishly posting on every lost pet Facebook group I could find. Then, I was referred to PawBoost and quickly made a lost pet alert.
Not much longer after posting, I received a phone call from someone who had also posted a comment on my PawBoost alert and they had Millie in hand! Since I was miles away from my car at this point, I sent my aunt and uncle for the pick-up since they were in a car searching nearby where Millie was found. Millie was fortunately missing for only about 2 hours before we were reunited. PawBoost worked for me and my dog is now safe at home. Thank you."
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Millie's alert. After going missing for two hours, Millies was swiftly found and reunited with her family. Welcome home, Millie!
"My cat, Leto, bolted out of my back door when I opened it to let my dog outside one day. She was gone in a flash and nowhere to be seen in the immediate area. I checked all the websites and Facebook groups every day to see if she had been found. When I woke up this morning, I saw a grainy picture of a cat in the woods on PawBoost. I quickly messaged the finder who was able to give me the exact location where Leto was last seen.
I got to the trail and told a jogger ahead of me that I was looking for a cat. About 5 minutes later, he came running back with his arms waving, motioning us to follow. We ran after him and she was sitting in the middle of the trail. I scooped her right up and brought her home. Leto was missing for a week before we were reunited. PawBoost is so easy to use, and is the most well known lost and found pet database for people to search. It was the one place where Leto’s picture was posted. Thank you to everyone for sharing, we’re so glad she’s home!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Leto's alert. After going missing for one long, stressful week, Leto was finally found and reunited with her family. Welcome home, Leto!
"Persephone didn’t return home as usual from a normal outing with her sisters one day. We listed Persephone as missing on PawBoost and PawBoost gave many suggestions of things to do to find her. One of the suggestions was to post flyers around our neighborhood. We created a flyer and hung them up everywhere. Within 4 hours, we were contacted. The individuals that found our Persephone did not have PawBoost and had not heard of it, but if it weren't for the idea to post the flyers, we would still be looking for her.
It's amazing how you lose all common sense when your fur baby disappears. Putting up flyers is the most common thing, but I was lost and PawBoost took my hand and walked me through it. In addition, once I had listed Persephone on PawBoost, I got some nice messages from people saying they were going to share the alert with friends in my neighborhood. It's an instant support group as well. Persephone was missing for about two weeks. I did not post an alert with PawBoost until 2 days before we were reunited. PawBoost felt like a friend who led us through the process, gave us ideas of things to do to search for her and, even though I never needed to contact anyone for any reason, it was made clear that I could reach out to the community for help. Thank you, PawBoost!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Persephone's alert. After going missing for 2 long weeks, Persephone was found thanks to her pet parent's fliers and some kind pet lovers! Welcome home, Persephone!
"I pulled up to a stop sign while exiting off the tollway, that’s when this fur baby crossed the road and walked up to my car door. I opened the door and picked him up because I was worried he might get hit by a car. He had a collar with a tracker, but no phone number. The vet office and animal shelter were already closed, so I couldn’t see whether he was microchipped or not. I took him home with me and put up a post with my contact information on the Nextdoor app, which led me to PawBoost. I posted an alert on PawBoost, and the doggie’s mom saw my PawBoost alert on Facebook, so she contacted us immediately.
I found the dog at about 6:30 PM on my way home from work. He had only been missing a few hours. Apparently, a child visiting the home accidentally let him out the front door. We were able to meet the owner at about 9:40 PM. We met up as soon as she contacted us, so we only had him with us for about three hours. I’d say the owners had been searching probably five to six hours before they found the alert. I would recommend PawBoost because it enabled me to locate this dog’s family after hours when all of the shelters were closed. This baby didn’t even have to spend one night away from home!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared this sweet pup's alert. After the wonderful finder posted his PawBoost alert, this adorable fur baby was back home with his family in just 3 hours!
"Mia left in the middle of the night by getting out between the screen door and the glass door of our sliding back patio. She was in heat and seemed uncomfortable and edgy all day. My daughter, Harper, was up with her and worked with her all day long in her efforts to make Mia comfortable. Despite Harper's efforts, Mia took off and was lost for about 8 hours. My daughter immediately took over once she realized Mia was gone. She found PawBoost and went to work.
We are struggling financially right now and I just kept reminding Harper that although Mia means a lot to us, I couldn't afford to spend a fortune on missing ads, local or national. When she found PawBoost, she was able to navigate the site (this is a 10 year-old, mind you!) and get a picture and details posted via a PawBoost alert within an hour of Mia going missing. Harper is familiar with electronics, but I had no idea how easy PawBoost made the whole process. It was totally doable to post pictures, information, etc. and the factor that saved us all was it wasn't a huge financial burden. We struggle to make it week to week and if we would have had to pay out of pocket, this story wouldn't have ended up with the joyous conclusion it has today. Thank you PawBoost!
Mia was missing for 8 hours before she was found and rescued by a gal who worked at Pima County's Shelter. She saw Mia's missing alert and location through PawBoost. She found her and took her into Tucson where she works. They were able to get Mia treated, vaccinated, and back in our arms in less than 24 hours. Amazing! We live in a retirement community. The active adults around us are truly that: very active! Many of the residents in Green Valley have pets, however, you would not believe how many go missing, get off the leash, or just aren't able to be found because of some of the limitations we see in the older population here. PawBoost is dependable, easy to use, and effective. We have recommended it to about 5 families and will continue to do so!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Mia's alert. After going missing for 8 hours, Mia was finally found and reunited with her family. Welcome home, Mia!
"Late one night when returning home, our cat, Paris, slipped out through the tiny crack that was left in the door while it was being closed. He wasn't known to run away or escape. He's a pretty quiet cat so we didn't think anything of it when we didn't see or hear from him before we went to bed. Once we woke up, we realized our sweet Paris was missing. We were devastated.
After reviewing the footage form our doorbell camera, we saw our sweet Paris sneaking out of our front door the night before and down the hallways of our apartment complex. The staff of our apartment complex was extremely helpful to us. They sent out an email to all residents in the building notifying them of the missing pet. PawBoost was so helpful because they provided us with a free missing flyer and lost pet alert for our sweet kitty. PawBoost also notified local shelters and rescues that our pet was missing, and posted our flyer to Facebook. All we had to do was enter the important information about our cat and PawBoost did the rest!
We were able to share this flyer with the office staff who issued it to all of our neighbors, as well as sharing it with friends via social media. Within two hours, we found Paris. Thanks PawBoost! Paris had been missing for about 10 hours when we were reunited. I would absolutely recommend PawBoost to anyone who is looking for a lost pet. They do all the hard work for you so you can focus on efforts to search for your beloved animal!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Paris' alert. After going missing for 10 long hours, Paris was finally found and reunited with his family! Welcome home, Paris!
"My dog was outside on the front porch one day and just disappeared. Snootie got lost in the woods and made it to the other side of the road to another apartment complex. A member of the PawBoost community got my PawBoost alert to her phone and she said Snootie was sitting in front of her door at 8:00 AM and she was shocked! If it wasn’t for PawBoost, I would of never found my Snootie. The local animal society was closed and the police weren't able to help.
PawBoost sent out alerts that were effective in getting snootie back. I am so thankful for Pawboost and their Rescue Squad members! Snootie was missing for 23 hours before we were reunited. I would recommend PawBoost to the world if I could. They saved my dog! Thank you to the PawBoost community member for calling me and caring for my dog while she had him. Thank you all so much! The finder wouldn’t even accept a reward! Wow, there are still good people left in this world!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Snootie's alert. Snootie was missing for 23 hours before he was finally found and reunited with his pet parents. Welcome home, Snootie!
"George hid in the undercarriage of my car before I drove to town to run some errands. He stayed hidden at my first appointment, but jumped off at my second stop. He spends his days outside so I didn’t know until later that night that he was missing. I followed up on every lead and every found tabby cat. Even when I didn’t think it was George, I still followed up. Thankfully, the PawBoost community and lost pet Facebook groups were eager to help!
The third-shift staff at the mall where he went missing reported a cat in a car undercarriage, and the next day, one of them contacted me through PawBoost to let me know they rescued George and he was ready to come home! He’s now catching up on much needed rest! Our George was missing for a whole week before we were thankfully reunited. The Facebook groups were helpful and very supportive, but it was a message through PawBoost that alerted me once he was found. Thank you to everyone who helped us get our George back!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared George's alert. After one long week of being missing, George was finally found and reunited with his family! Welcome home, George!
"I went back home after a few hours of being out with the family, and Dash was just not there. His sister, Snow, was nervous and desperate, and we didn’t know what to do. A neighbor saw my PawBoost alert and started following the case. She and her husband went looking for their own lost dog and my dog, and one day she called me screaming, “We found your pet! We found your pet!” Her husband even went with me to get my dog back.
As it turns out, two very nice homeless people were taking care of my dog and my neighbor showed them the picture of my baby Dash, so they gave me my precious little boy back! Dash was missing for 3 days! PawBoost kept me very informed of who was commenting with information about my dog, they listed the alert on Facebook, and on their app and website. If your dog is missing, don’t lose hope. My baby is back home! Thank you all for sharing and praying! I cannot believe how much support I received, I am forever thankful! God is good!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Dash's alert. After going missing for 3 days, and with the help of some amazing pet lovers, Dash was finally reunited with his family! Welcome home, Dash!
"I was going to work in the morning one day and I saw this dog walking along Madre Mesa and Michael Way. I decided to stop and check on him. It was a little bit warmer that morning, so I decided to take him and bring him to my house. At my work, I asked my sister to take a picture of the dog so I could post him as a lost dog on the Neighborhood site and post an alert through PawBoost. Luckily, I received an email from someone claiming the missing dog, whose name they later told me is Teddy. I emailed back asking for proof that indeed they were the owner. I didn't want this dog to end up with someone who was not the owner.
The owner sent some pictures to verify the ownership of the dog and gave me their address. So, after work, I dropped their dog off at their house. I am happy Teddy is now home and reunited with his owner. The owner apparently saw my alert from PawBoost. PawBoost helped in finding this lost dog. I believe Teddy was missing for about two and a half days before he was reunited with his family. PawBoost gives lost and found animal owners hope in finding their missing furry babies. Thank you for the help."
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Teddy's alert. After 2 long days of being missing, Teddy was finally found and reunited with his family thanks to the help of his wonderful finder! Welcome home, Teddy!
"Buttercup somehow got out of the backyard during the day. She has done this before, but will come to the front porch and wait to be let in. We were not home at the time, so she must’ve wandered off. With the resources available through PawBoost, I was able to print amazing flyers and pass them out to the community and post them in stores and gas stations. An individual saw a flyer and contacted us saying she had Buttercup and returned her home! Buttercup was missing for a full week when we were contacted and reunited. PawBoost not only creates a profile, but they also share your missing pet information to multiple social media sites, create printable flyers, and request updates to share with the community! Without these resources, I believe it would have taken much longer, if at all, to bring Butters home."
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Buttercup's alert. After a long week of being missing, Buttercup was finally found and reunited with her loving family! Welcome home, Buttercup!
"We had renovators at the house and when they left they left the gate ajar. They've been working here for weeks, but for some reason they were negligent today. After searching the immediate area, I took to the internet and made a lost pet alert through PawBoost. I received a message on PawBoost from someone around the corner from my house. They found Foley on the street parallel to mine. The PawBoost generated Facebook post was helpful as the friendly neighbors saw the lost pet alert and contacted me right away. I went down the street to their house to fetch Foley. I got notified by my helper when she noticed he wasn't in the yard. I was at work in JHB. He was missing for about 3 hours before we were reunited. I was reunited with Foley very quickly thanks to PawBoost and the community is so helpful."
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Foley's alert. After going missing for 3 hours, Foley was thankfully found and reunited with his loving pet parent! Welcome home, Foley!
"When I was taking out trash, one of my little kids opened the gate and Nova ran loose. Apparently someone ended up picking her up and took her across the water and turned her into the animal hospital. PawBoost helped me make a lost pet alert and, not even 24 hours later I was being notified that a lady received my Nova while she was at work and took her home with her. Nova was missing for about 24 hours before we were reunited. PawBoost was the easiest way to make a missing pet alert and it posts on social media so your missing pup or animal can be found. Thank you to Jade for keeping my baby safe and getting her back to her family!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Nova's alert. After going missing for 24 hours, Nova was finally found and reunited with her loving family! Welcome home, Nova!
"Jack had been seen in the neighborhood for days, he was under my truck last night and came right to me. I fed him and fixed his collar which had gotten caught under his right leg. I spent hours with him last night, but was unable to keep in him my house overnight as I have seven rescue cats of my own. I posted an alert on PawBoost and his owner contacted me through it. I told them where he had been roaming, so they came and looked for him. He came back to my backyard and I easily caught and put him in a carrier. The owners came right away and put him in their truck; apparently he likes to ride in a car. The PawBoost alert was seen by the daughter and two other people who knew this cat. The owner had been searching for two weeks! Within 24 hours of finding Jack, this cat was happily reunited with his family."
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Jack's alert. After being in the care of his amazing finder for 24 hours, Jack was finally reunited with his family after 2 weeks of being missing! Welcome home, Jack!
"Our Charlie is an indoor-only cat, but he must’ve snuck out when we were bringing in a grocery delivery or maybe when we were taking out the trash. No one ever saw him get out. We were frantic. Eventually, a stranger who lived two miles away called me to tell me he'd seen my PawBoost alert and had been feeding a stray that looked just like our cat, Charlie. He sent me a picture and he had the same markings on his foot as our cat. We went to check it out, and it was him! Charlie was missing for ten weeks. Without PawBoost, our cat would still be living under the honeysuckle. Thank you!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Charlie's alert. Charlie was missing for ten long, stressful weeks before he was finally found and reunited with his pet parents! Welcome home, Charlie!
"Lucy wandered out of our backyard one day and disappeared. We spent all night looking for Lucy in the dark and knocking on neighbors’ doors to ask if they’d seen her. We went to sleep hoping someone might have found her and she’d return. I woke up to a message from someone who saw my PawBoost alert and they informed me that they found Lucy and she was at the Brookhaven Animal Shelter. Lucy was missing for 14 hours before we were reunited. PawBoost was the reason we found Lucy! PawBoost helped me be reunited with my sweet little Lucy and helped spread the word to everyone in our area. Thanks for the help!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Lucy's alert. Lucy was missing for 14 hours before she was finally found and reunited with her pet parents! Welcome home, Lucy!
"Bacon accidentally slipped out of the house in mid-February, not long after we’d just moved. He wasn’t familiar with the area, so we didn’t have much hope that he’d come back on his own. We searched all over, but Bacon was nowhere to be found. I posted Bacon as lost on PawBoost and, after months, a woman commented on that post saying he was hanging around her house. I went to look and, sure enough, it was him!
After about a week of back and forth, we finally caught him and I was able to bring him home! Bacon was missing for about 3 months in total. I would definitely recommend PawBoost to anyone who’s lost a pet. People kept telling me that he was probably gone for good, but PawBoost helped me find him even when I was starting to assume the worst. Thank you everyone who helped me find him and bring him home! Now he’s home safe and sound. Just in time for his birthday, too!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Bacon's alert. Bacon was missing for about 3 long months before he was finally found and reunited with his family! Welcome home, Bacon!
"Odin is a foster fail for our family. We rescued him, tried adopting him out, but fell in love with him. That being said, we’re still learning his habits and tendencies. We found out the hard way that, because he loves us so much, he’ll chase our vehicles. He actually jumped the fence and chased my husband down our private road. It wasn’t until we turned onto the highway that we noticed. By the time we were able to turn our vehicle around, he vanished. We searched throughout the evening until dark and could not find him.
A sweet woman found Odin later that evening not even a mile from our home. She watched him dodge cars and cross the highway three times. She was able to secure him finally in her car. She was actually passing through our area, and ended up taking him home which is two towns away. Before that, she did go door-to-door in local neighborhoods, as well as took him to a local vet clinic to see if he could be identified, to no avail. Finally, she sorted through alerts on PawBoost and found our lost dog alert! She contacted me that same day, and we were reunited. Odin was missing for a whole week! If it weren’t for PawBoost, I’m not sure how we would’ve reunited with Odin, especially since we were a few towns away. Our family is so thankful!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Odin's alert. Odin was missing for one week before he was finally found and reunited with his pet parents! Welcome home, Odin!
"My second dog has been chewing through Koda's collars lately, making the biggest issue that he doesn't have any tags when she succeeds. This particular day, she had got it off him, and he was able to slip through our open garage door. Though we took off after him, we were unable to find him before the roads became too dangerous due to the severe thunderstorm. The lost pet alert that PawBoost helped me make was truly the key.
I had a response within an hour from someone who had seen my lost pet alert and had also seen a dog like Koda in a Lost Dog Facebook group that I was not a part of. Between the administrators for that group and the other members, I was able to make contact with the person who had brought Koda in before the storm. Before he was gone for even a full 24 hours, Koda was back home and safe. The lost pet alert I was able to create through PawBoost made everything easier. I was dreading having to create something to post that Koda was missing myself. I was also worried no one would see it. Thank you for the help."
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Koda's alert. After going missing for less than 24 hours, Koda was finally found and reunited with his family. Welcome home, Koda!
"Jack never goes off on his own, but we were at a friends house across town in an area he’s unfamiliar with when he went missing. I let him out to go potty and he was rooting around in our friend's garden when he must have seen something and took off towards it. It was dark, but we walked and drove and flashlight-harassed every bush, tree, and block for hours. I was so worried; I thought we’d lost him forever. The worst goes through your head at times like this, since he didn’t even know the neighborhood where he was lost at all. Thanks to PawBoost and a little help from some amazing folks in West Fargo, ND, we found him in just a few hours. Jack was missing for 4 hours! If it weren’t for PawBoost, my family might not all be together today."
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Jack's alert. After going missing for 4 hours, Jack was swiftly found and reuntied with his family. Welcome home, Jack!
"I saw him walking near a school with another dog. He came right over to me, but the second dog bolted. He was so friendly and I was able to get him in the car. My first thought was to get him to a shelter to check for a chip, however, I was turned down because I was told there was not any staff to take in a stray. I brought him back home and posted on as many platforms as I could. The owner eventually reached out to me through PawBoost! It took less than 24 hours to reunite this pup with his family! Which I’m sure seems like a lifetime for a pet owner. There were so many responsive comments and it was so easy to share the alert on other social media platforms as well. Thanks for the help."
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared this sweet pup's alert. After being in his lovely finder's care for less than 24 hours, this cutie was finally reunited with his family!
"Frankly, it's a mystery to me how Ginger escaped. She was sleeping soundly in her bed when I locked up and went to sleep last night, but she was gone when I woke up at 8:00 AM the next morning. She didn't get far apparently; she was found by a good samaritan across the street from my apartment. Another PawBoost user found her and posted her found pet alert on the site. Other users sent me screenshots and links of this post, so we got in contact and I was swiftly reunited with my fur baby. I doubt I would have found her as quickly without PawBoost. Ginger was gone for just over 12 hours. I have friends who use PawBoost and repost their lost pet listings on Facebook, so it seemed like a good place to start my search. Thank you, thank you, thank you to the kind soul who found her for caring enough to rescue my baby and take her to PAWS! She's back home now, passed out in her bed after a hefty lunch."
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Ginger's alert. After over 12 hours of being missing, Ginger was found and reunited with her loving pet parent. Welcome home, Ginger!
"Harley ran off into the backwoods and didn’t return when called. We immediately went looking for him, but he was gone. After searching around the area with no sightings, we turned to PawBoost to help spread the word. Harley apparently had wandered off to a nearby residential house and the family took him in! After seeing our alert on PawBoost with Harley’s picture, the family contacted us and we were able to go pick him up! Harley was missing for 22 hours before we were reunited. Without PawBoost, we may have never known what happened to Harley, let alone be reunited with him. Thanks to PawBoost, the family that found him was able to contact me and reunite us with our lost pup!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Harley's alert. After 22 hours of being missing, Harley was found and reunited with his loving family. Welcome home, Harley!
"On Sunday, we got home and our dog, Flash, didn't come out to greet us as he usually does. We were worried so we looked for him throughout the house and we couldn't find him anywhere. We looked at our camera and saw that he had jumped over the fence and escaped. Yesterday, a good samaritan found my contact information through PawBoost and sent me a direct email. He told me that he had seen my dog in the middle of 120th street and Central Avenue, so my husband went immediately to see if it was him.
It was our baby, and he was very scared and hurt. I thank PawBoost for helping me find Flash and also the person with a big heart who took the time to let me know where he was. God is good! Flash was missing for about 30 hours in total. I highly recommend PawBoost because, if it weren't for them, I wouldn't have found my dog. They supported me a lot and I thank God for their existence. May God bless them and continue using them to bring joy and hope in the midst of the pain and sadness that losing a pet brings."
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Flash's alert. After 30 hours of being missing, Flash was finally found and reunited with his loving pet parent. Welcome home, Flash!
"Skyler jumped out of the back window of our car. I had a case of water by the door and I forgot that I rolled down the windows. She was able to climb on the case of water and jumped out of the car. Once I realized what happened, I panicked. The young man that found Skyler went on PawBoost and reached out to me through the website. I was able to contact him because of PawBoost. It's a great site for people whose pets goes missing. Skyler was missing for over 24 hours. I was so scared, upset, and crying, but I found her fast because of PawBoost. PawBoost is a great resource to have for people whose pets go missing. It helps people post their lost pet alerts so that the public can see their pets are missing. It makes people who see or have the lost pet able to contact the owners. When I saw my son reunite with our dog, I was overwhelmed with joy and happiness. I am so thankful for PawBoost. Thank you so much for your help! Skyler has been found and is back home, I'm so grateful to you."
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Skyler's alert. After being missing for over 24 hours, Skyler was finally found and reunited with her pet parents. Welcome home, Skyler!
"A neighbor who is not a cat person found Nala in her backyard and asked my mother to come over and help her. My mom ended up taking Nala across the street to her house and asked me to come over to take a picture and put up some missing posters on the mailboxes on our street. Nala didn't have a collar or any other identification on her, so at the time we didn't know who she was or where she belonged. Since we didn't know where Nala's owner lives, the missing posters on our street wouldn't have done any good.
A friend suggested that I post an alert with her picture on PawBoost, because they automatically post the found pet alert to Facebook. Within 10 minutes, commenters were pointing me to the missing alert with Nala's information and owner. The owner had been searching for almost 2 weeks according to the missing alert. Within 30 minutes of posting the alert, Nala and her owner were reunited. I would 100% recommend PawBoost to anyone missing a pet or who has found a lost pet. We went from not having much hope of helping Nala get home to quickly and easily!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Nala's alert. After going missing for over two long weeks, Nala was found by her wonderful finders and swiftly reunited with her family. Welcome home, Nala!
"I found this pup on Riverside Golf Academy. The owner later told me she had been missing since the day before I found her. I am relatively good with dogs and took a golf cart out with an employee and was able to gain the dog’s trust. This was on Monday and Indy Humane was closed, and no one else knew what to do with the dog, so I took her home where she slept all night from exhaustion. I found she was not chipped and all the shelters were full, so I took her back home and uploaded her photos through PawBoost’s lost pet alert system online. Someone saw my alert and knew the owner and sent it to them. They contacted me that same day. The dog was missing for three days in total, but she was reunited with the owner in less then a day from when I posted her missing alert online. PawBoost was very effective and simple to use, thanks for the help."
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared this sweet pup's alert. After being in her finder's care for less than a day, this adorable fur-ball was reunited with her family after almost 3 days of being missing!
"When our Daisy ran out of the garage, she was nowhere to be seen. It happened in minutes. Somebody must have picked her up right away seeing she was lost and without her owner. We were so scared for her! PawBoost was incredible. They searched all lost pet postings and were able to find our Daisy. Amy and Juliana at Nevada SPCA were so helpful in this process, as they were well informed to give us the knowledge in helping us find her. PawBoost was very clever with their long arms of reach (in today's technology) to find a small alert which the finders posted. We would have never found that small post, if not for them. Hats off to PawBoost. Now, Daisy is happy to be back home enjoying the love we have given her. Daisy was missing for two days. PawBoost is a powerful network with a powerful love for animals."
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Daisy's alert. After going missing for two days, Daisy was found and reunited with her loving family. Welcome home, Daisy!
"Athena went missing after we let her out to potty. We had just brought our newborn son home that evening. Next thing we know, she was gone. I have used PawBoost before with my dog Peanut, who had passed away 2 years ago. Athena is who comforted us through Peanut’s passing. Someone by the name of Kary reached out to me through PawBoost. Athena was found at a local business down the street from us where a man named Joel had taken her in, cleaned her up, and later returned her to us. My wife and I are so thankful for her safe return. Athena was gone for three long days. I believe if it were not for PawBoost, we would have never found her!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Athena's alert. After 3 days of being missing, Athena was finally found and reunited with her pet parents! Welcome home, Athena!
"Ozwald went missing around 10:00 AM on April 20th. He loves going on walks in the woods, but always comes back within 30 minutes. That day, however, that was not the case. I was searching in the woods for hours. I had posted on Facebook, but I knew my followers were few and would not reach the range of audience I needed it to! I looked up ways to share my post pet info and PawBoost came up! It was super quick and easy to file Ozwald into the system, which was great so I could continue searching.
Soon, people were sharing, liking, and commenting on the lost pet alert, gaining way more attention than the post on my personal account. One of the comments including the person that had found him, we got in contact and now Ozwald is safe back at home! Ozwald ran off around 10:00 AM and I got him back at 8:30 PM the same day! PawBoost made it so easy to file Ozwald and was quick and effective! I am so thankful for PawBoost for getting the message out into the community at a greater scale than I ever could have!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Ozwald's alert. After over 10 hours of being missing, Ozwald was finally found and reunited with his family. Welcome home, Ozwald!
"Jimi and Knucklehead are homeless, and Knucklehead disappeared one day. They were taking a nap as they always do when Knucklehead went missing. The dog and owner were reunited because of PawBoost. Jimi couldn't sleep and walked to a store to charge his phone at 4:00 AM. Jimi got on PawBoost and was searching all of the found dog alerts and saw a dog that looked just like Knucklehead. I went and picked Jimi up and drove him to the location at Bayou Animal Services and the dog and his owner were together again! Jimi had his emotional support dog back.
Jimi is a homeless veteran, and Knucklehead found Jimi on the streets 4 years ago. Jimi says they are like peas and carrots, so we were thrilled when they were reunited. Knucklehead was missing between about 24 to 48 hours. It was pretty easy to use PawBoost, and we got Knucklehead back! I loved the flier PawBoost made and it was so easy to share and get the word out. I'm so glad there are things online to use when your pet goes missing like PawBoost."
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Knucklehead's alert. After almost two days of being missing, Knucklehead was found and has been reunited with his loving pet parent! Welcome back, Knucklehead!
"We have a backyard and I thought Broady would like some time to roam around free in it, so I let him out while I was outside watering my garden. One minute I had eyes on him, and the next he was gone. I searched and searched, but couldn’t locate him anywhere! I posted an alert on PawBoost because I knew it had worked for others in the past. I helped a puppy reunite with his owner about a month beforehand, so that is how I knew. I realize that a ferret was different than a dog, but I felt I just had to try anyway.
I used PawBoost and, after a few days, I saw a message come through on PawBoost at around 2:30 AM. I am usually asleep at that time, but not on this particular night. Someone had found Broady! Broady was brought home immediately, around 3:00 AM. I would have better reunion photos, but my children don’t even know the good news yet! They will be so excited tomorrow morning! Broady was missing for nearly four days, from about 10:15 AM on Thursday until about 3:00 AM early Monday morning! PawBoost works! I’ve personally experienced it working twice recently. Two out of two is pretty good!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Broady's alert. After almost four full days of being missing, Broady was finally found and reunited with his family. Welcome home, Broady!
"Lemon Grove Middle School staff called the district office because I am a pet rescuer and asked me to come help pick up a pet roaming around the school. After I retrieved him, I posted the lost dog on several social media platforms, such as PawBoost, Nextdoor, and Facebook. I was contacted through PawBoost from a neighbor who recognized the dog and knew who the owner was. It took about two hours to find the owner. The dog went missing that same morning. PawBoost has helped me reunite three dogs with their owners in the past. Being that I am an animal lover and work for a school district, every time a lost pet shows up at one of our schools, they know to call me. I always come and pick the pet up and the first thing I do is post their alerts on PawBoost. I’ve been successful finding the owners every single time I've used PawBoost. Thank you to PawBoost, Nextdoor, and Lemon Grove Pets' Facebook site. Social media really works!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared this sweet pup's alert. This pup was in the loving care of his amazing finders for 2 hours before they were able to find his owners, and a very happy reunion ensued!
"Bernini managed to get out of the house, wander out of our backyard, and walk to the corner. After searching and realizing my pup was long gone, I took to the internet. I did a Google search the following morning for "how to search for your dog" and PawBoost came up. I posted his lost dog alert on PawBoost, and about 15 minutes later, I got a call from a woman who said she'd seen a dog on Facebook that had been found the previous evening and it looked like our dog. We looked, and it was our Bernini! We met up and reunited with our pup thanks to his amazing finders. Bernini was missing for about 18 hours. We had given up hope after searching the neighborhood and posting on Nextdoor. Using PawBoost was so effective. Thank you Cassie, thank you Gia, and thank you PawBoost!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Bernini's alert. After about 18 hours of being missing, Bernini was finally found and reunited with his loving family! Welcome home, Bernini!
"On Friday night, my cat, Leo, was no where to be found. Thinking he might be hiding somewhere in the house, I went to bed not thinking anything of the situation. The next day, around Saturday morning-afternoon, Leo was still missing. My family and I began the search, driving around surrounding neighborhoods, going door to door, posting on social media platforms, and calling his name out loud while walking around. I began to worry an animal might have got to him or he might have ran away. On Friday night, there happened to be a horrible wind storm, so I was starting to question whether or not he could have been stuck, hurt, or in serious danger.
After praying and asking for prayers from others, PawBoost sent me an email of different ways to find your missing cat. One of the tips that stuck out to me was, “Cats are usually hiding in spots where you least expect them too,” and “they usually are 3-5 houses away.” After hearing this, I immediately went outside and grabbed a can of cat food. A voice inside of me told me to lay in the middle of the street and whisper Leo’s voice (whisper because they’re scared and won’t come to a normal cat call in most situations). After doing this, I heard a meowing from the drainage system. Leo was shaking and hissing at me for at least 5 minutes before I slowly reached my hand down and he was able to feel comfortable coming out.
Leo was missing from Friday evening till Saturday afternoon. PawBoost sends you great tips, posts you on social media platforms so others are aware, and locate the rescue center for your missing pet. They also make you feel greatly comforted and remind you everything will be okay in a time of panic! Thank you so much for the help!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Leo's alert. Leo was missing for almost a full day before his pet parent utilized our tips for finding lost cats and was able to find him! Welcome home, Leo!
"On March 20th, I was cleaning my house and work from home, so I was in and out of my front door. I had accidentally left my front door open and Weezy wondered outside. About 5 minutes went by before I realized what had happened; Weezy had gotten out. My friend and I went outside and looked for her everywhere. I posted all over lost and found sites immediately and also looked online for other options when I found PawBoost. I uploaded her missing dog alert here.
The North Little Rock animal shelter picked up Weezy on the 29th, they looked on PawBoost and found her missing dog alert, and called me on the 31st. I immediately left work and went to the shelter where I was able to identify her. She ran up to me and I cried, she whined and jumped all over me. We were both extremely happy to find each other. Weezy was missing for 11 worrisome days. PawBoost is so helpful because even animal shelters look there, and the one Weezy was at found me through her PawBoost alert. Thanks."
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Weezy's alert. Weezy was missing for 11 days before she was finally found and reunited with her family! Welcome home, Weezy!