Read about recently reunited fur babies.
Pets Reunited And Counting!
"We found Milo wandering in a very busy 6-lane road one day. He was very sweet and friendly, and he came right up to us when we pulled over to try and get him. He seemed lost, so we wanted to catch him in order to keep him safe and find his owners as soon as possible. He happily jumped in our car, so we took him to our house where we have a yard to keep him safe while we looked for his family. We posted a "Found Dog" alert for him on PawBoost as soon as we could.
The owner found the alert on PawBoost and contacted me via phone within just a couple of hours after I'd posted Milo's alert. I was away from home at the time, so I told his owner that if she was okay with it, she could just go to my house and get Milo from my back yard. She thanked me, went and picked him up, and the rest is history. From the time I posted Milo's alert to the time that I was contacted was maybe just a few hours; PawBoost seems to be the central database of lost and found pets. Thanks for the help!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Milo's alert. After a couple of hours spent in this Good Samaritan's care, Milo was finally reunited with his loving family. Welcome home, Milo!
"The dogs escaped from the back yard one day through a gate that was left open. Theodore was easily caught, but Memphis was spooked by a neighbor's dogs and ran off into the woods before we could catch her. She was spotted several times throughout the night, but then was not seen for nearly 72 hours. We worked with a tracker, who advised us on how to proceed with searching, advertising, and approaching her if she was found. We also posted an alert for her on PawBoost and all over social media. We also made neon signs and fliers that were hung within a five mile radius.
A sighting finally came in that Memphis was spotted in the road, but had run away into a nearby field. We walked the perimeter of the field and eventually spotted her laying down. She initially ran from us, but we took our time just watching her and following close behind and were eventually able to approach her and bring her home. She was gone for a full 72 hours! PawBoost was the easiest way to post Memphis missing all over social media and with local shelters and vet clinics. We're so glad to have her back home."
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Memphis' alert. After 72 hours on her own, Memphis' family is thrilled to have their furry friend back home again!
"My "grand-kitty" Flynn was staying at my house for a little over a week. He has stayed with us in the past, but only when my daughter visits. He somehow got onto our deck and must have gotten spooked by something, since he ran off out of sight before we even realized what had happened. When searching for him didn't work, we made a PawBoost alert to try and get the word out. Around the same time, a woman and her friend noticed a cat trying to catch a bird at their birdfeeder. They started setting food out for the cat because it looked lost. Finally, after three weeks, he warmed up to them and they were able to bring him inside.
Afterwards, they decided to look online to see if anyone had posted about a missing cat, and saw our alert. The finder, a woman named Laura, then messaged me through PawBoost and we were swiftly reunited. Flynn had been missing for 34 days! I FaceTimed my daughter as soon as we had confirmation and her expression was priceless! Thank you so much everyone! Flynn is so happy! He has been getting tons of love and just found a spot to take a nap. Thank you to Laura and friends who found our cat!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Flynn's alert. After 34 long days of searching and stress, the amazing finder was finally able to reunite Flynn with his family! Welcome home, Flynn!
"I’m unsure how she got out, really. Sapphire was in my backyard like she usually is, but when I went out to check on her, she must have just gotten out. We were so worried! We looked all over the place for her and made sure to post a PawBoost alert for her so that people in the area would know she was missing and who to contact if they found her. Hours went by, but still there was no sign of Sapphire anywhere.
Some people eventually found Sapphire and called the police, and she was taken from where she was picked up by the police over to a local animal shelter for holding. About seven hours from the time she had initially escaped the yard (around 5:00 PM), someone commented on my PawBoost alert that they had found her and what animal shelter she was at. It was 12:00 AM when they sent me the animal shelter link. I was reunited with her at 10:00 AM the next morning, right as soon as the shelter opened for the day! This community helped me find my beloved pet quickly and efficiently. I appreciate them so much!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Sapphire's alert. After 17 hours, Sapphire was finally reunited with her loving family who missed her very much! Welcome home, Sapphire!
"Our neighbor thought this little guy was our dog that must have gotten loose, but then realized when she got closer that he wasn’t ours, he was just roaming around in our back yard. She knocked on our door to inquire about him, and my daughter took him in. The dog was so friendly! My husband walked him around the neighborhood hoping the dog would lead him back to his home, but to no avail. We posted a "Found Dog" alert for him on PawBoost in hopes that his owners would see it. Everyone that follows PawBoost is an animal lover, and they were all so kind and helpful in giving us tips on how to help get this fur baby back home.
PawBoost is the only reason this beautiful, sweet dog was able to be reunited with his family! After the pup was found in our back yard, we kept him with us for the rest of the day and night until we could find his owner. The following morning at around 11:00 AM, we found the dog's owner through PawBoost. The owner found out about PawBoost through the local dog control when she had spoken to them in her search, and when she went to check, she saw his alert that I'd made. That dog was so sweet; we're so glad that he's finally home. Thank you all so much!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared this sweet pup's alert. After about a day of searching for his family, the amazing finder was able to reunite this cutie with his loving pet parents.
"We had just woken up one morning when Murphy had an "accident" in the house. I opened up the door so he could go finish outside while I cleaned. By the time I got out there to bring him back in, he was long gone. I called him repeatedly, walked down the street a little and called him again, but nothing. I then hopped into my car and started driving around the neighborhood with my window down, calling his name. A neighbor, who was out walking her own dogs at the time, asked me if I'd lost my dog. She told me where she had seen him last and then suggested I try an app called "PawBoost."
She sent me a link, I signed up, and almost immediately people were responding and sending pictures of Murphy running off. A PawBoost community member suggested I add my phone number to the alert so I could get real-time leads. As soon as I did that, I got a phone call from a woman who said she saw my ad on a friend's Facebook page. The woman's friend, who was also a PawBoost member, had taken my PawBoost alert and posted it to her personal Facebook page. As soon as she saw the Facebook post, she called me immediately to tell me she had spotted Murphy in Eugene. I jumped in my car, drove to the spot, and there he was... on someone's front porch making friends with someone's bull terrier!"
PawBoost is directly responsible for our reunion! I believe it was about 8:30 AM when Murphy went missing, and a little after 1:30 PM when we were reunited. It was literally almost instantly after I added my number to my PawBoost alert that Murphy was spotted and I was able to go get him. I was amazed at the amount of responses and encouragement and the number of people keeping an eye out for him. I was also amazed at how quickly word spread! PawBoost is a great little pet community that looks out for each other's furry family members. I am forever grateful!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Murphy's alert. After 5 hours on the run, Murphy is finally back in the arms of his amazing pet parents. Welcome home, Murphy!
"Dolly was with our pup-sitter while we were on vacation. On the day that we left to come home from our trip, Dolly escaped the sitter and took off chasing after something, almost immediately running out of sight into the woods. We searched everywhere for our missing girl once we got home, and we put up a PawBoost alert for her so that people in the area knew to be on the look-out. We had a couple of sightings come in, but by the time we'd be able to get to where she was last spotted, she was already gone. A few days went by, but still no Dolly.
After 5 days of crazy emotions, worry, anxiety, a couple of sightings in the rural neighborhood, hundreds of acres of woods, and freezing cold nights, Dolly showed up on the back porch of a wonderful family's home just as their kids were getting ready for school. The mom knew her from her alert and contacted me right away to tell me that she had her! I live 45 minutes away, but I was there in record time. Dolly was terribly underweight, exhausted, and covered in ticks, but she is now home, clean, with plenty of food, warm blankets, and endless snuggles!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Dolly's alert. After surviving on her own for 5 days in dangerous conditions, Dolly is finally home safe with her loving family. Welcome home, Dolly!
"While we were in another state on vacation, Rooster got out of the pet-sitter’s back yard. Despite him being chipped and collared, we felt so helpless and devastated. We were unable to search for him ourselves, being so far away. One of our biggest resources was using PawBoost to get the word out in an efficient way that would have a wide reach and keep us updated on the found animals in our area while we were gone. It gave us a sense of security that we could spread awareness from another state. We had friends and even strangers rallied together, ready to go out in a car and on foot to search for him.
Once we arrived home, I immediately printed the flyer from PawBoost and posted them around the area. It took a single day before I got a PawBoost message about a sighting of Rooster. It had been 5 days since he had gotten lost altogether, so we raced to the location. He was two cities away! We found him immediately upon arrival. I am beyond thankful for this resource and all of the people that participated in our reunification. It truly gave me hope and help in a hopeless time."
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Rooster's alert. After 5 long days of searching, Rooster's family couldn't be happier to finally have their furry friend back home!
"Echo hopped into my car one day in hopes that I would help him find his way home. He had been following another dog owner with their own leashed dog, who was clearly ready to go home without their newfound acquaintence. I offered to help, and Echo couldn’t tell me where he lived, so I took him home with me to try and find his family. We dined together at my house that night, and I posted his description and picture on all forms of social media. We had a lovely evening!
By the time Echo had woken up in the morning, his mom had already posted on PawBoost that she was panicked and missing him. Everybody who met this dog fell in love, so I can only imagine how scared his mom was! This guy had a 16 hour-long adventure. He was not missed overnight since he is an outside dog, but as soon as his mom noticed his absence the next morning, his owner panicked and started scouring the neighborhood. She called her friends and had them search for him online as well. The owner had a friend at a local shelter who found Echo's "Found Dog" alert on PawBoost for her, and the rest is history. Thank you to the community for all of your help in reuniting this love bug of a dog with his family!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Echo's alert. After 16 hours on his grand "adventure," Echo is glad to be home and to have made an amazing new friend. Welcome home, Echo!
"Our underground enclosure malfunctioned and Moose was able to go out past the borders and run off. We searched for him everywhere, but he was already long gone by the time we were able to give chase. We spent hours trying to find him and talked to our neighbors to see if anyone had seen him nearby, but no dice. We posted about the fact that Moose was missing on Facebook, and someone commented and told me to put out an alert for him on PawBoost.
I posted his missing dog alert on PawBoost and the results were almost immediate! A friend literally texted me a few minutes later with a "Found Dog" alert of him on the same site! I was even able to connect with the animal control officer who had come out to get him, and she gave me the information that I needed on how to pick him up from "doggy jail" this morning! Moose was missing for approximately 24 hours in total, but had been found and taken to the local shelter within 10 hours after he'd initially ran off. Thank you everyone for your help, especially the person who found him and kept him safe!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Moose's alert. After being lost for about 24 hours, Moose was finally reunited with his loving family thanks to some kind-hearted souls who captured Moose and made sure his pet parents knew where to look. Welcome home, Moose!
"I had no idea that our gate had blown open at some point during the day when I had gone to let my dogs out to potty that night. I was out there with them the whole time, but when Val went on the side of the house and didn’t come back for some time, I called for her so we could go back inside. When she didn’t come, I walked over there and found that the gate was open about a foot wide and she had already wandered out of the neighborhood. I was driving around searching for her for about 30 minutes through the neighborhood when I pulled over and put the alert for her out on PawBoost. Then, I drove around continuing my search until 4:30 AM - there was just no sign of her.
PawBoost was essential in finding our lost baby girl! By that very next morning after the night she went missing, some lovely people at the post office had found her and also listed her on PawBoost as a "Found Dog" in the area! It didn’t take long for the system to work beautifully in that the PawBoost community connected me and my alert with the post office workers and their alert! Just like that, we met up with them and Val was sitting there waiting for us! She was missing for about 11 hours in total. PawBoost is such a wonderful community of people who understand the pain of losing your pet. What an amazing thing you guys are doing! Thank you all so much!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Val's alert. After 11 hours of searching and stress, Val's pet parent is thrilled to finally have their fur baby back home safe. Welcome home, Val!
"Pearl got out of our back yard gate one day and ran off out of sight. We immediately went searching everywhere for her throughout the nearby area. After not finding her, we contacted our neighbors to ask if they'd seen her run by, and we called the local animal shelter to see if someone had taken her in. There was no good news there, so we knew that we needed to do more by going online and spreading the word. The animal shelter told us to post a lost dog alert for her on PawBoost, so we got on here and made the alert - it was so easy to post!
After a short while, a lady commented on the post and said that she had found her and that she would private message me. We met up with her immediately and were reunited with our Pearl with tears in our eyes. Pearl was missing for two and a half days before we were finally reunited. We are so thankful that we got our baby back! Thank you everyone for sharing and finding Pearl. We couldn’t have done it without y’all!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Pearl's alert. After two and a half days of searching, Pearl's family is thrilled to have their fur baby back home!
"I found this Siamese cat hanging out around my house at the end of February. I thought it was one of my neighbor’s outdoor cats, so I did not think much of it. I saw the cat hanging out in my front and back yards more often, so I was able to finally snap a photo one day without it running away. I posted a photo of the cat on my neighborhood’s found pets page, but no neighbors claimed him. I posted on Ring and Nextdoor, but still no luck. One day in April, it started raining pretty hard. I opened my backdoor and the cat ran inside of my house to seek food and shelter. Since I already have three male cats of my own, I could only shelter the cat for the night. I put him in my garage to separate him from my other cats and gave him his own food and water.
After having the cat in my care for the night, I started thinking that I needed to start looking for a rescue or for someone to adopt him, since no one had claimed him for the past month that I'd spent looking for his owners. I went to the San Antonio Humane website and that is how I found out about PawBoost. Something in my gut was telling me that someone was looking for this cat, so I went ahead and posted an alert on PawBoost as a one last attempt to hopefully find this cat’s family.
I got a text and a call from the cat’s owners just an hour later! I had been searching for Lucifer’s owners for five weeks before they found my PawBoost alert within the hour that I'd posted it. They sent photos of the cat to verify that they were indeed the cat’s family, and the owner told me that his name is Lucifer. I instantly cried because my old cat’s name was also Lucifer, and he had died back when I bought my house in 2018. I feel like I was meant to find this cat, and I feel like the spirit of my Lucifer led this lost Lucifer to me so that I could help him. Thank you all."
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Lucifer's alert. We also want to thank this amazing individual for taking care of Lucifer and for not giving up on finding his family! After five long weeks of sharing this Good Samaritan's company and care, Lucifer is finally back home with his loving family. Welcome home, Lucifer!
"Whenever Simba sees the opportunity of an open door, he always tries to escape. Unfortunately, one day, he was successful in his escape attempt and ran off. We never even saw him leave; he was just that fast! By the time we noticed that he was gone, it was right before a hail storm happened, so we couldn't go look for him properly until the next day. I was up super early that Saturday and we looked all over the subdivision. We never saw a cat even remotely looking like him.
Two and a half days after Simba had initially gone missing, someone mentioned to me that the PawBoost found pets list showed a cat looking very similar to Simba. I was able to go meet up with the finder, and sure enough, the markings and everything was spot on to my baby! I am so thankful for everyone’s tips and assistance in helping me bring my baby home. Without this page's alerts and shares I am not sure if I’d have Simba home right now, and would’ve thought the absolute worst. Thank you everyone for your shared and concerns!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Simba's alert. After two and a half days on his own, Simba and his pet parent are thrilled to be reunited with each other once again. Welcome home, Simba!
"Sprinkles escaped from our gate one night before I could close it after I had taken her out for a walk. I tried to go after her, but she's very fast and it was dark out, so I quickly lost her and couldn't find her after searching the area for what must've been a few hours. When I came back home empty-handed, I immediately made a "Lost Dog" alert for her on the PawBoost website, which provided me with a flyer to post around our area and a social media alert that received a lot of attention. I was hopeful that the community could help us find our missing girl!
After two days, we were reunited with Sprinkles after someone from the PawBoost community commented under our alert that someone else had posted a "Found" alert for Sprinkles. After we found the finder's alert, we contacted them and, once they verified that we were her family, we went over and picked her up, just like that! We appreciate everyone, especially the person who found her named Monica, our guardian angel! God bless her and her family, but also everyone who helped spread the word! We are super happy, thank you all for being so supportive and helpful."
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Sprinkles' alert. After 2 days of being missing, the kind-hearted finder was able to reunite Sprinkles with her very relieved family. Welcome home, Sprinkles!
"Wally escaped fom our home by opening up our screen door, unbeknownst to us, and jumping off of our balcony one day. Once on the balcony, he proceeded to then jump right off of the roof! We searched for him for hours, but there was no sign of Wally anywhere. Wally is an inside cat, so I was very worried about his safety and ability to find his way back home. After it was clear that we weren't going to be able to find him any time soon, we headed back home and posted an alert for Wally on PawBoost.
People who saw Wally's "Lost Cat" alert on PawBoost were able to contact us and give us tips of sightings whenever they saw him around the area. These sightings helped us know where to look, which helped us find him much faster! After receiving a sighting of him nearby, we went to search the area and found him in someone's front lawn! We're so thankful for the sightings, as they eventually led to us rescueing him and bringing him back home. Thank you to everyone who shared and kept your eyes out! Wally is now home once again, back to being spoiled with treats and love."
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Wally's alert. After 40 hours of being missing, Wally is thrilled to be back in the arms of his loving family. Welcome home, Wally!
"I dscovered this lost pup while he was walking around in my neighborhood all by himself. Since the pup was very friendly, I was able to secure him with a leash without any trouble. A neighbor offered to take the pup to her fenced-in back yard and keep him there until the owner could be found, so that's where we kept him while I tried to find the pup's family. I posted a “Found Dog" alert on PawBoost along with some photos and hoped for the best.
A little while later, the owner contacted me after he saw my alert for his pup on PawBoost. I contacted my neighbor with his information, and she contacted the owner herself. My neighbor confirmed that the pup was indeed the owner's missing dog, and a happy reunion ensued! It was less than an hour or so from putting the dog's alert on PawBoost until the owner and pup were reunited. The owner was probably searching for a couple of hours. It’s always so sad when a pet is lost, so it’s wonderful to have a service that allows pets to be reunited with their pet parents! Thank you!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared this sweet pup's alert. After having been missing for just a couple of hours, the finder and his neighbor were able to swiftly reunite this furry friend with his loving family.
"I unfortunately left my storm door open after bringing a very large box into the house. I did not know that Isis had left the room that she had been staying in and snuck out of the door. I did not see her leave, but eventually realized that she was missing. She is 15 years old and needs daily medication, so I was immediately very concerned. When searching for her didn't work, I reported her to PawBoost and Nextdoor.
I was reunited with my cat, Isis, through PawBoost and Nextdoor. I posted on both. Someone on Nextdoor commented under my lost cat post with a link to a new 'found cat' alert on PawBoost. I used the contact information on PawBoost to communicate with the people who found her one-and-a-half blocks away from me in Arlington, VA. They fed her, brought her into their house, and I was able to pick her up after we got connected. I gave them a $300 reward and, no question, I have the finders, Nextdoor, and PawBoost to thank for her return.
Isis was missing for 7 days and was just one street up from mine. I had posted lost cat flyers on both streets, but it was the PawBoost alert that did the trick to getting her back. I had never heard of PawBoost before this; the county shelter suggested I report her as lost on there. I am so glad that I found her with ease once the people who had found her in their yard made her alert. PawBoost works! I'm very lucky to be reunited with my kitty and am so happy."
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Isis' alert. After a week of searching for her lost kitty, Isis' mom is thrilled to finally have her back home, safe and warm!
"Versace ran off one day after our front door was left open by a guest of the home. We searched everywhere, created a PawBoost alert, printed out the lost dog flyer from the site, and posted it all over the nearby area. Every time we ran into anyone during our search, we handed them Versace's lost dog flyer as well, so many people knew that he was missing. After a few days had passed, Versace was still nowhere to be found. We were devastated and we missed our baby more than anything.
We were reunited with Versace after 11 days of him being missing. He was found by a town local who spotted him with another person who must have thought that Versace was a stray and was trying to claim him as his own. If it weren’t for all of the PawBoost flyers that we handed out and posted everywhere, he wouldn’t have recognized Versace and contacted me. I will be forever grateful. Thank you everyone for all the help and support, we appreciate it so much. If you have lost your baby please don’t ever give up hope!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Versace's alert. After 11 hard days of searching for and worrying about their missing fur baby, Versace's family is so relieved to have him back home!
"Our Pomeranian pup, Hazel, slipped out of our door while my spouse was bringing in the groceries. We realized after about 15 minutes that he was not inside. My daughter and I jumped in our car and drove all through the area calling his name, squeaking his favorite toy, with no luck. We were devastated and worried since the weather was cold and rainy and Hazel is an inside pet. We both cried so hard!
Thank goodness there are still amazing people in our world who care about animals, as Hazel was found about 10 minutes after getting out! The lady who found him saved him from being hit by traffic, and brought him home with her for the night to keep him safe. Once we'd returned home after searching for hours, I made my PawBoost account, as well as a few others, and listed Hazel as missing. Within about 10 minutes of posting, I was so relieved to start receiving comments from others on Hazel's alert notifying me that he had been found and was listed on a 'found' flyer! The next morning, I was able to get in contact with the wonderful family who rescued my pup, and within minutes Hazel was back in my arms, safe and sound!
Hazel went missing around 10:00 PM that night, was found by 10:15 PM, and was reunited with us around 9:00 AM the next morning! I was so worried that I'd never find him, but the fact that there are so many great people in our community who are willing to go out of their way to rescue lost pets and help them be reunited with their owners really renewed my faith in humanity. Community tools like PawBoost made it possible for us to be reunited with our lost fur baby, Hazel! We are forever grateful!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Hazel's alert. After about 11 hours of being missing, Hazel's family is thrilled to be reunited with their fur baby. Welcome home, Hazel!
"My dog was looking out of the window and, when I went to see what she was looking at, I saw a little black dog in the front yard. This cutie was making friends with my neighbor's dog, and they started playing. They went into my neighbor's backyard before I could go out there. A few minutes later, I saw my neighbor walk out holding the dog. I told her that I could take the dog and sent a message to the HOA to alert the neighbors in hopes of finding the owners.
An email was sent and distributed through the HOA, but there were no calls claiming the pup. I searched on the internet and found PawBoost. I saw that Pawboost would post the "Found pet" alert on Facebook, so I quickly put in the dog's description and my contact information. Within 5 minutes from when the alert was posted, the owner responded with her contact information, and less than 2 hours later, the dog was reunited with his family! PawBoost worked very quickly to get the word out. If my dog were ever lost, I am confident that PawBoost would help to get the word out so that I could quickly find my dog. Thank you for the help!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared this adorable pup's alert. Thank you especially to the kind soul who made sure that this little guy got back home! Less than two hours after he was found, this cutie was already back home safe with his family.
"Lucky is an indoor/outdoor cat who always comes home at night to sleep. So, when he didn’t come home like he usually does one night, we knew right away that something was not right. That’s when we started posting, created his PawBoost alert, and went looking for him. After we had put out an alert for Lucky on PawBoost and searched for him everywhere, we didn't have any luck for 3 miserable days. We were so worried about our missing kitty!
A lady that saw my alert and Facebook posts with his flyer attached messaged me and said she might know who has Lucky, because someone she knew had picked up a semingly lost cat wondering not far from my place. They took care of him and fed him - such angels! We were able to get connected to them and pick him up soon after. PawBoost really cares, and they have the right channels to help get your pet's alert to a wider network of people who are genuinely ready to help. Thank you for the support and prayers we received from everyone - we are so happy that our family is finally complete!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Lucky's alert. After 3 days, Lucky was found and reunited with his family, who couldn't be happier to have their feline friend back home. "Lucky," indeed!
"I let Cielo out like I do every morning for her to do her business one day, but this time she did not come back. There was a thunderstorm in our area at the time, so I'm thinking that she got scared and ran to hide. We searched for her for hours, but still could not find her anywhere. I looked online for what to do when you lose your dog and, luckily for us, PawBoost was the first thing that came up.
I posted an alert for my dog on PawBoost and the community commented within 5 minutes stating that there was a dog that looked very similar to the one I had listed as missing already listed on the site. I contacted the person who had created the found dog alert, and it turned out that they lived just down the road. A loving couple had found her in their yard! Luckily, they were good, helpful people who immediately reunited me with Cielo. Cielo was missing for a little over 13 hours. When the couple found her, they had her for almost 6 hours, but it was only 5 minutes after I had made my own alert that someone directed me to my baby! Thank you all so very, very much!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Cielo's alert. A huge thank you to the amazing couple who found Cielo and reunited her with her pet parent! After being missing for 13 stressful hours, Cielo's family is thrilled to have her back home safe.
"I went outside not realising that Albert was out in the house, and he maneuvered himself between the two doors and left before we could notice. We searched around the area for him after we noticed him missing, but there's only so much that you can do when your lost pet can fly! After we couldn't find him, we made a PawBoost alert for him so that people around our place would know to keep their eyes peeled for a green, pretty bird flying around.
He had been missing for about 2 weeks and I had almost given up hope. I went out every morning and afternoon looking for him without success. Finally, I received an urgent message on PawBoost advising me that an Eclectus parrot was found and being held at Summer Hill Vet. My husband raced down there the next morning, and there was Albert! PawBoost was amazing; I have met some amazing people on here who wanted nothing other than to help us find Albert. Thank you all so much!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Albert's alert. After 2 long weeks, Albert's pet parents are ecstatic to finally have their adventurous avian back home. Welcome home, Albert!
"My wife and I currently have only one vehicle because my Jeep is in the shop. My wife was taking me at 5:30 AM to track practice. I was driving on a 4-lane road and this dog darted out in front of our car out of nowhere, and we didn't see him run up on acount of it being dark outside. I tried to avoid him, but even when I veered out of the way, he hit the side of our car. I went back and he was laying in the median grass area, scared but seemingly unhurt. I stopped on the busy road to get him into our car. He didn’t want to, so we moved to a parking lot for safety. I went across the road, and he finally followed me.
It took a while to get him in the car; I ended up taking the day off from school and took him to the veterinarian. They said that he was okay, he'd just had his bell rung. We took him home to get started on finding his owner. It was an eventful day having this big German Shepard and my tiny Pomeranian play with each other - they had a blast!
I posted the German Shepard's information on PawBoost and created a found dog alert for him. It took about an hour for the owner to see it and reach out to me. I met the owner at a veterinarian office at about 10:30 PM the same night. She said that she had been searching for her missing pup since about 9:00 AM that morning. PawBoost does what it is supposed to do: reuniteing owners with their fur babies!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared this sweet dog's alert. Thank you to the amazing finder for making sure this pup was okay and for getting him back home! After having been missing for about 17 hours, this pup is thrilled to be reunited with his pet parent - as is she!
"Unfortunately, Marshmallow snuck out while we were letting the dogs into the backyard one day. We looked everywhere for her, but by the time we noticed that she was gone, she was nowhere to be found. I was so worried! We immediately made a PawBoost alert and shared it to multiple lost pet Facebook groups in hopes that someone would find our lost kitty and bring her back to us. Days passed, and we were beginning to lose hope.
I shared her PawBoost alert on our local Facebook page every week so that people would know to be on the look-out for her. After 16 days of searching and stress, our neighbor, who knew his backyard neighbors were out of town, heard yowling in the shed behind their house. He went to investigate and found our Marshmallow hiding in the shed. Because of her PawBoost alert, he had my contact information and I was able to go get her from the shed. We were so happy; she couldn't stop meowing! My sister in law, who is a vet tech, actually recommended PawBoost to me. I couldn't believe how easy it was and that it actually worked! Thank you all so much!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Marshmallow's alert. After being lost for 16 long, hard days, Marshmallow is so happy to finally be reunited with her family!
"Tabby is an indoor/outdoor cat. The longest he had gone missing for in the past was one day. Tabby being gone for so long was uncharacteristic of him, so we decided to take action immediately. When our search around the area left us empty-handed, we looked online for what to do when you've lost a pet and found PawBoost. I am not technology savvy, but PawBoost’s easy-to-access flyer and lost cat alert were super helpful! With PawBoost, we were able to post Tabby's missing flyers throughout our neighborhood and get the word out about our missing kitty pronto.
People called a few times thinking that they saw him nearby, and after seven days, we were on the phone with someone who saw Tabby right as we were speaking! We drove over and found him. He was disoriented, tired and hungry, but alive. I am so happy he is home now! PawBoost immediately notifies their community of pet lovers when your pet goes missing, and their flyers are super accessible and easy to make! The technology they have is great, especially for me, as that is not really my forte! Thank you to everyone who helped me find my Tabby!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Tabby's alert. After 7 long days of being missing, Tabby was found and finally reunited with his very relieved family! Welcome home, Tabby!
"My dog, Pixie, is an intuitive creature who knows when a storm is brewing. Before a storm arrives, she always begins to pant and shiver in fear. Recently there was a storm, and she got so afraid that she escaped through a gap in the fence. We looked everywhere for her, but she was gone! When I contacted the Brisbane City Council, one of the council staff advised me to post on PawBoost in addition to notifying them. I did so in hopes that someone might find my Pixie, or at least see her around the area.
Within 20 hours someone contacted me and said that they had found a dog who sounded like my description of Pixie! My description of Pixie helped the person who found her confirm that it was indeed her. They were positive that it was my Pixie once they viewed her photo on our PawBoost post. PawBoost connects like-minded people that understand the devestation that a family feels when their pet goes missing; I was impressed and grateful for the speed and efficiency of their alerts! So many thanks to everyone who shared and cared enough to reunite Pixie with her loving family!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Pixie's alert. After 20 hours of being lost on her own, Pixie's pet parent is ecstatic to finally have her furry friend back in her arms. Welcome home, Pixie!
"This male chihuahua was brought over to the house by a neighbor who thought that she had our dog. The dog was not ours, and it was a Sunday, so we could not call a vet to try and locate the owners from the rabies tag. The rabies tag proved to be of little help, since there was not a clinic name on the tag, which is essential to trace any contact information. After trying to trace ownership of the dog by means of the rabies vaccination tag proved useless, I Googled "Lost Dogs in my area" and found PawBoost in the results. I saw that I could post a Found Dog alert on the website, and I did so.
In less than one hour after I had posted the pup's alert on PawBoost, the phone rang. The lady on the other end of the line said, "I see that you have found our Duke!" She had been looking for Duke for an entire day after he had escaped from their backyard. They only lived about four or five blocks away, but had just recently moved into the neighborhood. PawBoost was amazing; it only took one hour to locate the owner! Heck, I spent that much time driving around local vets trying to get information from the rabies tag! Great job PawBoost, and great job to all that helped get the word out about this lost little pet!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Duke's alert. After caring for him for the day that he was missing, these kind-hearted folks were able to finally reunite Duke with his family!
"Mousse got out through the garage when the house door that led into the garage was accidentally left open. We searched for her everywhere, but it was like she had vanished! As soon as we came up empty-handed, I immediately made a lost cat alert for Mousse on PawBoost in hopes that someone would find her. After I submitted the alert, I recieved an email from PawBoost with a bunch of helpful tips on ways to help lure your kitty back home. I put her litter box, food, and some of my clothes on the patio and in the garage, since the article said that she might recognize the familiar smells of home and return on her own.
Following the amazing advice from PawBoost was how we were reunited with Mousse! I left the door open about a foot-wide each night that she was missing so that she could smell the things I'd laid out for her. A week after the day she went missing, I heard a faint meow coming from the garage. When I opened the door, there she was, sitting right by all of the stuff I'd put out! I can't believe that she was gone for a whole week! PawBoost gave me very helpful tips and advice that helped facilitate this reunion. Thank you all so much!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Mousse's alert. After going missing for an entire week, Mousse's mom could not be happier to finally have her back home, safe and warm!
"Remi went missing by bolting out of the door when I was taking my dog out to go potty late at night. I did not see him run out and did not notice that he was missing until the next morning. We searched everywhere for Remi, but we could not find him anywhere, so we made posts on a bunch of lost pet sites, including PawBoost. Weeks went by, and we were getting increasingly worried and less hopeful as more time passed with no sign of Remi.
I was reunited by a worker at a vet practice who commented on one of the many posts I had posted on various lost and found Facebook groups. They kept him and took great care of him at the vets while I sped over there to get him! PawBoost was able to help by being one of the many sites I posted on, as it helped so many more people to be aware that my cat was missing. He was missing for almost 6 weeks! I'm thankful to PawBoost for helping to get the word out there. The more people to see the missing pet alert, the better!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Remi's alert. After 6 long weeks on his grand "adventure," Remi is finally back home with his family, safe and sound.
"Kenzie was staying with a dog sitter in our hometown that we moved away from two years ago. During a walk, Kenzie got spooked and got away from the dog sitter. The sitter tried to catch her, but before long, Kenzie was gone and unable to be found even after a thorough search. After five days of no reported sightings, we were feeling hopeless. Then that Saturday came around, and the sightings started coming in at around noon. There were ten calls between noon and 3:30 PM!
The last two calls of Kenzie sightings were successful. We drove over to the place where she was spotted and, as we started hiking into the woods, someone yelled “There is Kenzie!” and that is when I got low to the ground and started calling her. She came trotting right up to me and our other family dog. I was able to successfully grab her leash and then we finally had her, which led to lots of tears! She went missing on Sunday at noon and was found that Saturday at 3:30pm. Being able to get the word out is key with a lost animal. The connections and community that PawBoost has built definitely helped to spread the word! Thank you to everyone who helped to bring Kenzie home!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Kenzie's alert. After 5 days of being lost, Kenzie's family is so happy to have her back home. Welcome back, Kenzie!
"This adult tabby cat walked right up to me while I was sitting on my first floor patio outside. He meowed at me loudly, so I figured that he was hungry. The cat followed me inside of my house and attempted to follow me to the store for cat food. When I returned from the store, the cat was gone. I left my patio door open to see if he would come back, and, sure enough, he waltzed right back inside of my house like he owned the place. I knew such a cool cat had to have an owner somewhere missing him, so I posted a found cat alert for him on PawBoost.
Minutes after posting his alert with PawBoost, the cat's owner recognized him via PawBoost's local Facebook page for lost and found pets in the area that we live in. After verifying proof of ownership, the owner came and picked him up right away. They were thrilled to see each other! I did not know where to begin with finding the family of a cat that was so friendly, and obviously missing his home, so I'm grateful for the platform that PawBoost provided me in order to quickly and easily locate the owner. Thank you for this helpful service!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared this sweet kitty's alert. Just a few minutes after posting his alert, the finder was contacted by the cat's pet parent and was able to provide them a very happy reunion!
"My mom's five-month-old puppy, Phoenix, somehow got out of the yard and ran away one day before we could even react. We searched everywhere for her, but couldn't find her anywhere. Phoenix is very timid and shy, so we were incredibly worried about her safety. After it was clear that our search would likely be fruitless, we posted an alert for her on PawBoost in hopes that someone had at least seen Phoenix in the area. The day and night came and went, but still no Phoenix.
The next day, a man contacted me on PawBoost. He was also looking for his missing pet around the area, had set up a PawBoost alert, and happened to find Phoenix whilst searching for his missing kitty! Phoenix had been missing for 36 hours before we were able to meet his daughter and pick her up. I took my mom and brother to go get her - it was such a beautiful reunion! We are so thankful for everyone’s help! My mom and brother are so happy and thankful for all of the support, and especially to the man and his daughter who got Phoenix back to us!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Phoenix's alert. A huge thank you to the amazing father-daughter duo who made sure that this cute pup got back home! Phoenix is now comfortably snuggling with her family after having been missing for 36 stressful hours. Welcome home, Phoenix!
"Missy is an indoor cat, but I had the back door open for my pokey English bulldog to mosey her way inside. After watching security footage, we saw that something caught Missy's attention, and she darted out of the door. She typically wont leave our porch and only spends moments outside if the kids are out playing. I shut the back door not knowing that she was out there. She keeps to herself occasionally, so when I hadn't seen her over the weekend, I thought nothing of it. Soon enough, we realized that she was gone, and immediately posted an alert for her on PawBoost.
PawBoost made flyers for us to print out and put up around the area, and gave me a platform to distribute Missy's information. This was extremely helpful, as it gave me somewhere productive to focus my attention when our efforts in walking the neighborhood failed. Missy's PawBoost flyer was posted everywhere I could find, and her alert was getting a lot of attention on Facebook.
After over a month, my neighbor finally found my cat hiding in their garage nearly six weeks later, and posted on Facebook asking if anyone from the area recognized her. Other neighbors recognized her from her alert and swiftly contacted me. Missy was gone for 40 whole days. The best way to find a pet is by having lots of eyes watching for them, and PawBoost helped me facilitate that. Thank you, everyone. I can't find the words to say. Thank you."
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Missy's alert. After enduring 40 impossibly long and scary days on her own, Missy's family could not be happier to have their furry friend back home, safe and sound!
"Sophie is a very tiny ferret who likes to try and explore new places - especially places she shouldn't go. She snuck out of the back door when the dogs were going out one day, and disappeared from our yard without a trace. After we searched for her and came up empty-handed, we called all of the vets in town to make sure they knew she was missing. We posted on PawBoost, who then forwarded the alert to Facebook and Nextdoor. We spoke to as many people in the neighborhood as we could, and put up a bunch of posters to get the word out about our missing girl.
Someone found Sophie and dropped her off at a local pet store, and the employees then contacted us, knowing that she was ours from our search efforts and PawBoost. Sophie was gone for about 20 hours before we were reunited. We were able to quickly go pick her up, and now she's finally home! PawBoost is an excellent platform for getting the word out, and the more people who know about your missing pet, the more likely you are to be reunited. Thank you so much to everyone who shared and helped us find Sophie!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Sophie's alert. After 20 hours of being lost on her own, Sophie was finally found and reunited with her family. Welcome home, Sophie!