Read about recently reunited fur babies.
Pets Reunited And Counting!
"I found Luna roaming around the streets at night, alone in North Miami. I pulled my car over and she stopped, when I crouched down she came right up to me and was very friendly. It was clear she was someoneâ€™s pet, however she didnâ€™t have a collar, so I had no way of identifying her. I circled the neighborhood for half an hour asking neighbors if they knew whose dog it was, but no one had any clues. I took her home for the night and made some social media posts hoping someone there may have information. In the morning, I took her to vet to see if she had a microchip, which also turned out to be a dead end, so I posted on multiple sites including, creating a PawBoost alert, to hopefully have the internet help me find this pupâ€™s home.
Pawboost was 100% responsible for reuniting Luna with her family! Had I not posted her picture on there with the information of where and when I found her, the owners would have never been able to reconnect with their dog. Luckily, they had also made a lost pet alert on PawBoost about their missing pup, and the PawBoost community was really amazing by helping us find each otherâ€™s alerts and connecting us. I found Luna about an hour after she had gone missing. I had watched Luna for less than 24 hours before I posted through PawBoost. Luna was reunited with her owners less than 48 hours from when she first went missing. I really donâ€™t know how I would have ever found the owners without PawBoost! I seriously thought it was going to be impossible, it really felt like a miracle to reunite this family with their pup."
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Luna's alert. After about 48 hours of being missing, and thanks to the help of the fantastic finders, Luna is finally back home with her family! Welcome home, Luna!
"Walker was outside to use the bathroom when it suddenly began to thunder and lightning outside. He is terrified of both, and, despite having his invisible fence collar on, he took off running in the storm. One or more people that the finder knows originally saw his picture on my PawBoost lost pet alert and then compared it to a picture she had posted of him on her FaceBook page. She and I happened to have a mutual FaceBook friend who had seen the alert, so we were put in touch with each other that way!
Walker went missing early evening on Monday and I went to pick him up on that Wednesday night as soon as I learned someone had found him, at nearly 11:00 PM. All available resources are valuable and worthy when a beloved pet, fur baby, or hairy family member goes missing. Walker is home safe and sound tonight! Thank you all for keeping an eye out for him, for spreading the word that he was missing, and, most importantly, thank you for your prayers for his safe return!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Walker's alert. After two days of being missing, Walker is now finally back home with his family. Welcome home, Walker!
"Oreo got spooked while going to the bathroom outside. It was already dark outside, and she is very small with black fur. The temperature was due to be in the teens that night. I was worried sick about hyperthermia. I walked and drove around for 14 hours straight looking for my pup. I posted on every lost pet site I could find. I even put up fliers, went to the pound, and the police station.
After the second freezing night, I had basically lost hope of her being alive. However a construction worker two miles away heard barking coming from a hole in the ground and pulled her out. She had spent two long very cold nights in that hole. The man had found my post on PawBoost and, next thing you know, I heard knocking on my door, and there he was with my sweet dog! Oreo was missing for two days in harsh weather conditions. If it wasn't for PawBoost, that construction worker wouldn't have known where she belonged. Thank you!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Oreo's alert. After being missing for two long days, Oreo is now home safe with his pet parent! Welcome home, Oreo!
"While dog-sitting Maggie for our son, Maggie bolted the fenced yard when a service truck entered our property. Sheâ€™s a grey pitbull with white markings and is very shy and skittish with strangers. This all happened on a Thursday at around 9:30 in the morning. I spent the rest of that Thursday and Friday glued to social media and the internet, contacting groups to get the word out, PawBoost was among them. Our son, Tim, arrived from from his back-country hiking trip on Friday night and then we were all worried sick.
By midday that Saturday, we were alerted to sightings of Maggie via PawBoost. Tim rushed over to verify and she was still there! It wasnâ€™t hard for him to retrieve her, as it seemed they both missed each other like mad. Maggie is now home and safe! Weâ€™re so grateful to everyone that helped spread the word. We are so, so happy to have her back! PawBoost was with us and was helping us throughout the entire ordeal. We truly appreciate all of your assistance. Maggie was missing from Thursday morning to midday Saturday, about two and a half days in total. PawBoostâ€™s assistance truly helped keep me calm throughout Maggieâ€™s disappearance, we canâ€™t thank you enough."
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Maggie's alert. After over 2 days of being missing, Maggie is now finally reunited with her loving family. Welcome home, Maggie!
"This lost pup was walking around by himself one day. He was very friendly and came right up to my wife across our front field. He started following her everywhere. He looked well taken care of, but had no collar. We posted a found pet alert on PawBoost, which posted the alert to Facebook. A family member of the owner saw our alert and shared it with her. She commented with her own PawBoost ad for her missing pup, added pictures of him to confirm he was her dog, and asked us to contact her.
We connected with the owner and found out they lived a whole 26 miles from where we found him! He had been missing for about 24 hours at the time of contact. Her two year-old grandson was devastated the entire time he was gone. The owner immediately came and picked him up so they could surprise their grandson in the morning when he woke up. The owner was found only about 30 minutes after posting an alert with PawBoost. PawBoost has an amazingly easy process to post a found or lost pet alert and helped us reunite this dog with his family!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared this sweet pup's alert. Thanks to the help of his amazing finder, this little cutie was back home with his family 24 hours after he'd initially gone missing. PAW-some job to everyone involved!
"Miles ran away from our backyard one day and got lost. He was in an area with gates around him, but somehow managed to escape. I had already uploaded photos on my personal Facebook page, but when I heard of PawBoostâ€™s service, I gave them a shot. I uploaded Milesâ€™ picture through PawBoost and I had people asking me questions and sending me messages about him in no time. A few helpful folks told me he was in the shelter. He was taken to one in Lynwood, but eventually brought to the one in Everett. I called and claimed he was my dog. Just by the look of the photo, he seemed scared, and my dog is normally really shy as well. Miles was missing for three stressful days. I didnâ€™t know people in this community normally do their best to try to help others, even strangers, and actually keep an eye out for these dogs. PawBoost definitely changed my perspective!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Miles' alert. Miles was missing for 3 long days but, thanks to the direction of the community and the local animal shelter, Miles is now safe at home! Welcome home, Miles!
"As it happened, it was literally a case of mistaken identity. A neighbor thought my cat, Fearless, who wanders the neighborhood, was someone else's missing cat. My cat goes into many neighborsâ€™ houses to visit and she is very friendly. She is also very skilled in ditching every collar and tag we've ever put on her, four in total! My neighbor reached out to the other person, who had sadly lost their cat three years ago, and thought Fearless was her cat. My cat was then ironically reunited with a new family.
My neighbor saw the PawBoost lost pet alert on Facebook and realized what had happened! We had to ask the person who had my cat to please take her to be scanned at the vet. Thank goodness for microchipping! Fearless had been missing for four long days. This whole situation involved two missing cats, one Nextdoor post, a PawBoost alert, multiple social media platforms, and several kind and concerned neighbors. I never would have known what happened, or been able to bring my cat home, if it weren't for PawBoost. Thanks to our neighbors, Soquel Creek Animal Hospital, and to Jill for helping us untangle the mystery and get Fearless back to home!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Fearless' alert. After her unusual four-day-long adventure, Fearless is now finally back home with her loving family. Welcome home, Fearless!
"My dog, Ziggy, got out one day, unbeknownst to me. A landscaper or construction worker working nearby spotted Ziggy outside unsupervised and took him home to Jonesboro. We posted Ziggy's missing information all over the internet. His posts and PawBoost alert were shared hundreds and hundreds of times. People all over the United States were looking for him, in Georgia, Florida, Ohio, North Carolina, Nevada and so on. Someone saw our alert and shared the information with the person who found Ziggy. They called us and we scheduled a time and location to meet.
Ziggy was missing for six and half days before we were reunited. Getting the pictures and information in front of as many people as possible as quickly as possible is critical in getting reunited, so PawBoost was essential. There was a bit of a language barrier between the family that kept Ziggy safe, but we gathered someone working in the area saw him wandering and picked him up! Thank you to everyone who shared, sent good vibes, reached out, searched, and called a friend! This is a true miracle. It would not have happened without the extraordinary help and love we received from the community. So thank you, we love you, and we will do our best to pay it forward!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Ziggy's alert. After six and a half long days of being missing, Ziggy is finally back home with his amazing family. Welcome home, Ziggy!
"I saw Luna while she was darting in and out of traffic. She miraculously crossed 4 lanes of traffic in one direction, then 6 lanes of traffic in another direction. I was so worried for her, I followed her into a parking lot along with another family. I left my truck door open hoping she would jump in, since she seemed to be avoiding people. Luckily it worked! Afterwards, I took her to a vet to check for a chip, but they couldnâ€™t find any. Luna was not quite ready to make friends with anyone yet, it took some patience and creativity to gain Lunaâ€™s trust.
We posted messages on the Nextdoor app and someone recommended PawBoost. The rest is happy history! We connected with the owners within 30 minutes of posting a found pet alert on PawBoost. The family had been out searching for Luna, but it was cold and getting dark. I think after searching they also posted through PawBoost. Others on PawBoost connected the dots and we were able to reunite Luna with her family. It takes a village to keep all of our fur babies safe. So thankful to PawBoost and the PawBoost community. You all are awesome!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Luna's alert. With the help of her wonderful rescuer, Luna was reunited with her family just 30 minutes after her finder posted her alert on PawBoost. Welcome home, Luna!
"Sylvia slipped out of the house through the door behind me as I was going to my car to grab something one night. Sheâ€™s done this multiple times before, but I didnâ€™t consider that we had just moved into this house just days before. Something spooked her and she took off, most likely thinking she was heading towards the house, but she must have gotten turned around. She had been missing since Saturday night, and that Sunday morning I created a PawBoost account and reported her missing. I shared the alert in as many local Facebook pages as I could find. Having the PawBoost report with her picture to share made it so easy to post in so many places and kept me from having to post my personal contact information for everyone to see.
Tuesday morning she showed up on someone's porch just down the road, and the people who found her posted the find on their personal page and asked neighbors and friends to help find her owners. Thankfully, people saw her post who had also seen my PawBoost alert and shared the information with me and her. Sylvie was missing for two and a half days. PawBoost posted Sylvia's alert organically to their page and made it so easy for me to share the information and get the word out. I was so worried and anxious about our pup missing and am so thankful for PawBoost for making it just that much easier to get her information out to so many people so quickly. Thank you!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Sylvie's alert. Sylvie was missing for two and a half stressful days before she was finally found and reunited with her family. Welcome home, Sylvie!
"Scout came with us to Mesa from Utah for a wedding. He managed to wiggle out of his collar and wandered off, completely undetected, in all the activity. We searched for hours, but he was nowhere to be found. We were really starting to get worried about him out there on his own. As it turns out, a kind young man and his brother found Scout about a block and a half away. He was disoriented and lost when they found him, so they took him home with them. The brothers posted a picture of Scout on Craigslist while looking for his owners. Someone in the PawBoost community saw his picture and matched it with the lost pet alert we posted through PawBoost and contacted me about the Craigslist post. A very happy reunion followed! We canâ€™t thank everyone involved enough. Scout was missing for ten days in total. PawBoost reaches a very broad base and it was very reassuring. Thank you PawBoost and thank you to the people who made this reunion possible!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Scout's alert. After 10 long days of being missing, Scout is finally back home with his loving pet parents. Welcome home, Scout!
"My darling boy, Jonsi, went missing because he was frightened. We were at a wedding and had organised our friend to come over and take him out for a walk and give him some dinner while we were away. When our friend arrived at our house, Jonsi was so scared of her entering the house that he bolted underneath the gate and escaped. After she couldn't find him and let us know about the situation, I put out an alert for him on PawBoost, and they provided me with a PDF lost pet poster with his picture and information on it.
I put the posters everywhere I could think of at 5:00 AM that next morning, and dropped one off at the local coffee shop. After a while, someone from the coffee shop called me with a sighting! They told me they had seen Jonsi in a field, about 10 minutes away from us. We searched the marshland and couldn't see him for a while, but when we finally found him, he was in disbelief that it was us. It was so wonderful to find him! Jonsi was missing for 20 hours before we were finally reunited with him. Without PawBoost's posters, we would never have found him! Thank you for everyoneâ€™s help! It means the world to us."
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Jonsi's alert. After 20 hours of being missing on his own, Jonsi is finally back home safe with his pet parents. Welcome home, Jonsi!
"Olive is an indoor/outdoor cat. One night, as we were out walking with our kids, she began following us around the neighborhood. At some point, she turned around and we assumed that she had gone home because we werenâ€™t that far away from the house. However, she never came back, and we immediately began searching the next day. I had been posting on the lost pet finding pages for my area on Facebook, and it just didnâ€™t seem to get me anywhere. There were some helpful comments, but a lot of rude and hateful comments as well. Someone finally messaged me telling me about this site so I immediately posted and alert for Olive.
Within an hour, our local shelter reposted Olive's PawBoost alert. Soon after, we got a message from the finder, who had checked the shelter's Facebook page and saw the alert. She messaged me and, within 15 minutes, we were reunited! Olive was missing for four days before we were reunited. If it werenâ€™t for PawBoost, we probably wouldnâ€™t have been reunited with our Olive that day. I think it would have happened eventually, but probably not for another few days at least. It was super easy to create a PawBoost alert, and within an hour of posting he alert, our local shelters had reposted it. I am so overwhelmed by everyone who helped us search for our itty bitty kitty. We are so thankful to have her home!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Olive's alert. After being missing for 4 long days, Olive is finally back home with her loving family. Welcome home, Olive!
"Jasper wandered off one morning when a friend went out to track a deer. He's been doing great off leash and had been out with me for two hours, but then at some point he gave us the slip and followed his nose a few miles away. We searched everywhere for him, but we just couldn't find him anywhere. Thankfully, someone was able to get a hold of him on the greenway and kindly waited until animal services picked him up. Whoever you are, thank you! Then, someone in the PawBoost community commented on our alert that animal services had just taken in a dog that sounded like ours. Thank you, Debra! I picked Jasper up at the county shelter just a couple hours later. We are so relieved and happy to have him home! We are so grateful Jasper was only missing for six hours. PawBoost is so helpful!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Jasper's alert. With the help of the community, Jasper was back home with his pet parent just 6 hours after going missing. Welcome home, Jasper!
"This sweet dog came running down the street and into my elderly momâ€™s yard while I was visiting one day. We were sitting on the front porch and I could tell by the dog's behavior that she was lost, so I chased her around to catch it. I finally caught up to her and she was scared at first, but eventually warmed up to me. After knocking on doors in the neighborhood with no luck, she spent the night with us. She accidentally got away the next morning and ran over to a house across the street.
Someone saw my alert on PawBoost and contacted me through there to get more information about the dog, and after they were sure it was their friend's dog, the pup's owner contacted me. I told him which of my neighbor's houses the dog had ran to, and when he arrived to check, she was still there and they were happily reunited. It took about 1 1/2 days to get the pup back with her family. I have both used and recommended PawBoost before, as it is a great platform for finding your pet and spreading awareness for found pets. Thank you!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared this sweet pup's alert. After about a day and a half of being in the finder and his neighbor's care, this adorable pup was finally reuited with her family!
"One day, at around 4:00 PM, my nephew let Bleu outside while I was gone. At around 6:00 PM that night, Bleu broke through the fence and escaped. Apparently, after her escape, Bleu was running through traffic at a busy intersection. A bystander was changing their flat tire at a gas station when Bleu jumped into their car! Meanwhile, we posted an alert for Bleu on PawBoost and put up the flyers from there on every pole, nearby gas station, shelter, dog park, etc. in hopes that someone would recognize her.
A few days went by, but we hadnâ€™t lost hope. After a couple of days had passed, the finder finally saw our PawBoost flyer at the gas station where she had found Bleu. She called our number and we were happily reunited! Bleu had been missing for three days. Because of PawBoost, a lot of people shared the alert, and in the process of looking for Bleu, I actually happened to find two other dogs and returned them to their owners a day after finding Bleu! I saw their lost dog alerts on our local PawBoostâ€™s Facebook page, and it was as easy as that. Thanks for the help!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Bleu's alert. Bleu was missing for 3 long days before she was finally reunited with her family thanks to the help of the amazing finder. Welcome home, Bleu!
"Lulu went missing when she wedged herself through a gap in the backyard fence. When I found out our Lulu was missing, we looked for her everywhere in the house and nearby streets. We were getting really worried by the time we came across PawBoost. Right away, I created an alert and picked the first picture of her. I knew time was valuable when a pet first goes missing. The following morning, someone from the PawBoost community sent me a message about a "found dog" alert with a dog that looked just like Lulu. She was found and someone sent me the link!
When I saw the found alert, my heart stopped. Lulu was missing less than 24 hours, thank God. PawBoost made it possible for me to reunite with my dog. I was really devastated and nervous about Lulu having gone missing, but PawBoost made it easy to find her and I was able to create the alert with your website swiftly. Lulu is home now and doing great! I want to say thank you to Ana who found our Lulu, took care of her, and posted her alert through your service. Another big thanks to the finder that recognized my dog and alerted me that Lulu was found. Your website is wonderful and I will always be grateful and recommend PawBoost. Thank you again!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Lulu's alert. After just under 24 hours of being missing, Lulu is back home with her pet parent, safe and sound!
"Mazy escaped through a slightly open window on September 27th while I was on vacation. She was desperate to go out and, although she has escaped a few times in the past, she always comes back after a few hours. I think this time because I was away, she didn't hear my voice, and wasn't drawn back to the house. Over a month later, after many notices were put up, posting on various sites, and hours searching, I finally received a message from a woman miles away. She had seen Mazy's alert on PawBoost and said she thought it was Mazy who came into her house the evening before!
Photos confirmed it was her, so my husband and I went to pick Mazy up, but the moment the woman's door was opened, Mazy bolted out and ran down the lane. I could hear her meowing, but couldn't see her. So, I left her a blanket and some food behind with the woman and left. An hour later, the woman called to say Mazy had come back and she was safe in her home. She and her husband got Mazy into their own cat's kennel and brought her to my home!
Mazy escaped on September 27th and we were reunited on November 8th! PawBoost is one of the sites that everyone should check when an apparent stray is found. By posting a missing animal to the site, you're more likely to have your pet sighted and found. A huge thank you to Miriam, who found Mazy miles away and trapped her for us, and to her husband and son for bringing her safely home to us. Mazy is happily purring in her bed again!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Mazy's alert. After 42 long days of being mssing, Mazy is finally back home with her loving family. Welcome home, Mazy!
"My sister saw this little dog running down the street in our neighborhood and, with the help of a passerby, was able to capture him by having to literally (carefully!) tackle him; he was just too fast! I posted the dog's picture and reported him being lost on Nextdoor, but no one responded. I Googled what to do when a pet is found, and the East Bay SPCA website said to contact the local animal control, but no one was there since it was Sunday. The article on their site also included a link to PawBoost, so I uploaded the picture and description of where the dog was found and his physical features to his lost pet alert on the site.
After posting the pup's PawBoost alert, it took just minutes for the owner to contact me! We had been searching and placed the Nextdoor post at 11:00 AM, but got no response. We posted his PawBoost alert at 12:32 PM, and within minutes the owner saw it and sent me an e-mail with her contact information. We got the little dog back with his family shortly after, and they told us his name was Max. PawBoost is easy, efficient, clearly effective, and prevented a dog from being taken to the humane society and possibly euthanized that day. Thanks for the help!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Max's alert. After being found by his amazing rescuers, Max was reunited with his loving family in just under 2 hours! Welcome home, Max!
"Lily was an inside-outside cat, but will definitely be an inside cat from now on after this! One day she wandered off and didn't come back like she usually did when we called. We looked everywhere for her, but she was nowhere to be found. We looked online to figure out what to do, and that's where we found PawBoost. We filled out her lost cat alert and hoped for the best.
A sweet family from a few streets over saw my PawBoost alert and messaged me. They said they had found a kitty who looked exactly like Lily! They provided their phone number, and when I called asking them to describe her, they were able to perfectly. When I came to get her, they were so kind and willing to help! Lily was missing for 5 days in total. When the family found Lily, they said the PawBoost alert about her was the first thing they saw! This pretty much proves that PawBoost is more influential than any other online method. Thank you all!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Lily's alert. Lily was missing for 5 long days, but was finally found and reunited with her family (who missed her very much)! Welcome home, Lily!
"Gina escaped from our backyard through a small hole in the fence one day and we were not aware that she was missing for about an hour. Once we realized she was missing, we looked everywhere for her, but Gina was long gone by then. Days passed, and Gina was found in someone's backyard in Highland, California, and she was unable to escape. They took Gina in and searched on the internet to see if she was listed as a lost dog online. They saw all of the PawBoost ads we had put out for her, and contacted us right away to return her to us. We are so happy to have her back home with us!
Gina was on the streets for 10 days before she was found. She came home having lost a little weight and had a small scratch on her leg but other than that, she is good as new! She has now enjoyed a hot bath and plenty of food and water. And, of course, kisses and snuggles! Huge thanks to PawBoost and their local Facebook groups. They made alerts about the dog fast and easily. Although PawBoost did have paid options, I used their free options and they still acted very fast to post my missing pet's alert. PawBoost emailed me often to confirm if Gina was found or not, and when I said she was not found, they would bump her alert back to the top of their page. PawBost's services were easy to use and definitely helpful because they post your dog on Facebook as well as their website. Thank you, PawBoost!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Gina's alert. After 10 long days of being missing, Gina is finally back home with her amazing family. Welcome home, Gina!
"Spencer is a poodle, so he can have very thick hair at times, but we get him shaved every four months. That means his harness needs to be made tighter sometimes. I tightened the harness after his most recent grooming appointment, but not tight enough, apparently. It was loose enough for him to get out when he pulled and thatâ€™s how he got away. We live on a golf course near a very busy highway. It has an iron fence around it, but Spencer is small enough to go through it and itâ€™s very hilly on the golf course. He bolted over the hill and through the fence. By the time my husband got over there, Spencer was nowhere to be found. A lady driving on the highway almost hit him. She got out of her car and grabbed him, but then he got loose again! The other two girls in the car ran after him and caught him. They kindly took him to their home, thankfully.
Her friend saw our lost pet alert on PawBoost and contacted my daughter. She said, "I think my friend has your dog!" My daughter contacted her, and yes, it was Spencer! We went to her house and picked him up right away. I gave her a well deserved reward, even though she did not want to take it at all. She took a big and dangerous risk running after him on a busy street and Iâ€™m am eternally grateful to her. What a wonderful person she is! He bolted away from me at around 5:15 PM that Saturday, and we picked him up about 1:30 PM the next day. We're so glad he's home! Thank you for providing this service!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Spencer's alert. After about 20 hours of being missing, Spencer was finally reunited with his pet parents. Welcome home, Spencer!
"Lluvia jumped the fence and ran away early in the morning one day when someone else was taking care of her. When I got notified that she had ran away, I immediately went to go look for her. Someone in the PawBoost community had already posted her "Found Pet" alert, I just hadnâ€™t seen it yet! I was very anxious and scared for her, so I continued to make my own alert without checking to see if she had already been found.
The last thing I thought was that someone already had her safely in their home. Thankfully, the same day I posted Lluvia's PawBoost alert, I was able to reunite with my pup! Iâ€™m so thankful for the amazing and caring people who found her and reached out on our alert. PawBoost helped me find my fur baby faster then I would have thought! I have never had to post one of my pups as missing before, but Iâ€™m so thankful websites like this exist. Thank you PawBoost! I hope, like myself, other pet owners are able to reunite with their babies!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Lluvia's alert. After great effort from her pet parents and the community, Lluvia was found and reunited with her family the same day she went missing!
"Our dog, Woody, got through the back gate to chase our cat one day while he was in the fenced-in backyard. He must have gotten lost after chasing our cat around, because he did not return. We looked everywhere for Woody as soon as we realized what had happened, but we just couldn't find him anywhere. We put out a PawBoost alert as soon as we could in hopes that someone might have seen him around or picked him up.
A couple saw him in a restaurant parking lot across the street from our house. Woody jumped in their vehicle. They took him to their home far away and they didn't have access to internet. Thankfully, the couple's daughter actually saw Woody's alert on PawBoost, so she reached out to her family and they sent her the pictures of Woody. Once she was sure it was him, she called us immediately. He had been very well taken care of! Our prayers were answered. Woody was missing for 3 long nights before the finders saw our alert and we were reunited. PawBoost reaches everyone everywhere and was used by other organizations to contact us to network the search. Thank you for all of the help and tips!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Woody's alert. After 3 long nights of being missing, Woody was found and reunited with his loving family. Welcome home, Woody!
"Hunter was playing out front with his brother the last time we saw him. His brother came back, but he did not. We believe Hunter followed him to the top of the property where he got lost and couldnâ€™t find his way back. We went to the closest humane society to see if he was there, and they told us to look at a few websites, and PawBoost was one of them. I decided to upload a picture of Hunter to see if anyone had possibly seen him around.
Less than 2 hours later I received a message from someone saying they found him on a specific street right above my house, and we met at a store a couple minutes away to retrieve him! I cannot thank PawBoost enough, we definitely would not have found him this quickly without it! Hunter was missing for over 2 days before we were reunited. I was losing hope, and wasnâ€™t sure if we were going to find him. If not for PawBoost, he wouldnâ€™t be home right now. The community here is so fantastic, Iâ€™m so grateful I found it. I will forever be using PawBoost!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Hunter's alert. Hunter was missing for over 2 days before he was finally found and reunited with his amazing family. Welcome home, Hunter!
"Ash snuck out of the front door while we were loading some things into our car one day and scampered off. We are always very careful when we go out, but somehow he snuck past us without us being aware. PawBoost helped a lot! A lady who had seen the alert that we had put out on PawBoost for Ash had also noticed that someone else posted that they had found a ferret who looked identical to Ash. Soon enough, we got into contact with the lady who had found him, and were told he was at the local animal shelter. We were able to pickup him up later that day! Ash was missing in total for 4 days. PawBoost definitely helped spread the message that Ash was lost. We received plenty of help from the community. Thank you!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Ash's alert. Ash was missing for 4 stressful days before he was finally found and reunited with his loving family. Welcome home, Ash!
"These male and female dogs came up to my front door one day and just hung out around the house. I let them in and gave them some water. They were super friendly and walked right in. Then, I walked them around the neighborhood to see if they might remember where they were, to no avail. Their owner eventually saw my PawBoost alert on Facebook and reached out to me. He was able to come to my house shortly after and pick up his pups. The dogs came up to my door at around 11:00 AM that day, and their owner came and picked them up around 4:00 PM. The owner said he had been searching all day! PawBoost worked fast, and people saw the alert immediately and shared it on social media to help spread the word. Thanks for the help."
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared these sweet pups' alert. After the pups' pet parent had been searching tirelessly for them all day, he finally saw the amazing finder's PawBoost alert and a very happy reunion ensued!
"I opened my front door one day and Bakugo booked it outside and into the dark, where I couldnâ€™t see him. I tried to look for him and called out for him, but he didn't return and it was too dark to search for him. He was seen on our cameras a couple minutes after I'd gone back inside, but he immediately ran away again before we could get to him. Someone from the PawBoost community reached out after I put out an alert for him saying theyâ€™d seen Bakugo playing with outside cats nearby, and I had seen other cats while searching for him. So, I followed the cats and Bakugo ended up being under a neighborâ€™s deck playing! I was able to find him just 4 hours after he'd gone missing thanks to the sightings. PawBoost is such a great way to spread the word, and I felt my concern for Bakugo was felt by everyone else. Thank you for the tips, everyone!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Bakugo's alert. Thanks to some sightings by the PawBoost community, Bakugo's pet parent was able to find him in 4 hours! Welcome home, Bakugo!
"After reluctantly traveling without Frank over a weekend for the first time since Iâ€™ve had him, he weaseled out of his collar on a walk with his dog sitter and took off. He bolted away with no collar or tags, and was picked up by a stranger in a car. About an hour or so later, a passerby saw Frank being left on the corner of the street by the same man in the car. Fortunately, she had seen his PawBoost alert and was able to identify and rescue him.
I was 1,200 miles away, but Pawboost helped me find him in 2 hours, without me having even been in the city. The passerby who had seen his alert go out on Facebook recognized him when he was left on the street, picked him up, and kept him safe until we were reunited. She gave me a call and I was able to get him back with my dog sitters for the rest of the weekend. PawBoost was amazing! In fact, my friendâ€™s cat just went missing and I recommended this service first. The size of the network and the speed of finding your pet is unmatched. Thanks for the help!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Frank's alert. Frank was found just 2 hours after he went missing thanks to the help of the wonderful finder. Welcome home, Frank
"Cocoa is my sonâ€™s dog, which makes her my grandbaby. When he got home for the day on the day that Cocoa went missing, he let her outside to go to the bathroom. We arenâ€™t sure if she was chasing something or if she just wandered off, but she wandered too far away and couldn't find her way home. We looked for Cocoa until around 2:00 AM, and then I just cried because I love this little girl; she is the sweetest. I told my neighbor and she suggested I try Facebook for lost pets, which is how I discovered PawBoost, and Iâ€™m so grateful I did!
Ten minutes after I posted my alert, I started getting phone calls that someone had posted a found dog that looked like mine, and there she was! Grannyâ€™s baby was right there! The sweetest couple ever found her and they brought her back to me that night, so I actually got her back within 24 hours of her escape. Iâ€™m just so thankful for PawBoost and itâ€™s network of people! I may never have seen my baby again without it!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Cocoa's alert. After a very scary day of being missing, Cocoa was reunited with her loving family in just under 24 hours. Welcome home, Cocoa!
"I found Lucky while he was was running in the middle of the street. Another car spotted him and braked, turning on their hazard lights as they did so. I slowed down, and then I spotted him again, running around the front of the other car. I quickly pulled over and called him to me. He came right up to me and let me pick him up! I tried knocking on doors and talking to people in the nearby houses to see if he got out, but they didnâ€™t recognize the little dog. I ended up bringing him back to my office where another coworker recommended I try PawBoost. Sure enough, Lucky was listed as missing a short while after I found him! I contacted the owners on PawBoost and left my phone number. I got a response immediately, and the owner came out shortly after to pick him up. I found the owner within 30 minutes of searching. The dog had only been reported missing for less then an hour. PawBoost is how I was able to reunite Lucky with his owners and quickly. Thanks for the help!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Lucky's alert. After about an hour and a half of being missing, and with the help of his amazing finder who took swift action once this little pup was found, Lucky is now back home with his family. Welcome home, Lucky!
"Our backyard has a fence and the fence has two openings in it. We usually only open the front door of the fence, and rarely open the back door. The day Akamaru ran away, nobody noticed that the back door was just barely cracked open for some reason. When we all came back from work and doing errands for the day, we noticed that Akamaru was nowhere to be seen. We immediately went out and started looking around the area, nearby streets, and reported him missing on both our county website and through PawBoost. We didnâ€™t think he had gone too far, as he knows the area pretty well. We had hope that Akamaru would come back on his own, but he never did.
It wasnâ€™t until the kind people on PawBoost sent us pictures of our boyâ€™s mugshot at the shelter near our house that we sighed a breath of relief. When we arrived to pick him up, he was just as excited to see us! We made sure to have him chipped while we were there. Our family has made a joke out of the situation now, and we say that he was "arrested." It turns out that Akamaru was "arrested" on his own street, in his own neighborhood. Itâ€™s ironic, because heâ€™s a police dog!
We are so relieved to have bailed him out and to have him back home where he belongs! As you can see in the picture, he is ready for this Halloween season! Akamaru was only gone for three days before we picked him up at the shelter. PawBoost is so helpful because it has a whole community behind us to help and support us. We felt more hopeful knowing that there are tons of people out there who dedicate their time and effort in doing what they can to help us find our sweet boy! Itâ€™s really thanks to them that we found him so quick!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Akamaru's alert. Akamaru was missing for 3 long days before he was finally found, but he is now finally back home with his loving family. Welcome home and Happy belated Halloween, Akamaru!
"Dibs gets scared of fireworks and thunder and, in his frightened state, he was able to push our old garage door open enough for him to get himself out. I wasnâ€™t home when Dibs escaped, but yesterday there was thunder and lightning while I was at work, and by the time I got home, the garage door was a little bit open on the bottom. A friend of mine recommended PawBoost after not finding him in the shelter and humane society.
I posted Mr. Dibsâ€™ photo around 1:00 PM. I got home around 6:00 PM, after searching for him in my area and in other shelters, when I remembered to check PawBoost. I wished I had turned on the notifications so I could have received the good news earlier. We were reunited 6 hours after posting our lost pet alert with PawBoost. If I had known about PawBoost earlier, it could have been even quicker. It was awesome! Everyone that owns a pet, likes pets, or wants to help reunite families with their pets should know about this! Two of my friends just downloaded the app! I can't wait to tell people from work about how PawBoost helped me get reunited with Mr. Dibs. Thank you all so much!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Dibs' alert. Mr. Dibs was found and reunited with his pet parent just 6 hours after the creation of his alert. Welcome home, Dibs!
"Rico went missing due to house doors being left open in the early morning hours one day. Rico, not knowing anything about the outside world or how to get back home, just flew away and never looked back. We tried searching for him, but birds are just too difficult to follow and find. We didnâ€™t have too much hope when we posted our lost pet alert with PawBoost, but Rico was reunited with us! He is now happy and safe at home with his family once again.
We are so thankful and full of joy. PawBoost was extremely helpful for us in finding our baby boy. Rico was missing for 36 hours and was found seven miles away from home on a soccer field. PawBoost is so helpful, and the people who use it are as well. Everyone is so kind and attentive in searching for your pet through alerts with you! So much support and hope is found here. Thank you to everyone who helped me in our search for Rico all over Spring Hill and the Tampa Bay Area. Iâ€™m forever grateful for the community's willingness to help search for Rico and for sharing our alert all over social media platforms. Our baby boy has been reunited and is now safe at home and happy!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Rico's alert. After 2 stressful days of being missing, Rico is finally back home with his loving family. Welcome home, Rico!
"Our dear 15 year-old dog, Coco, snuck out of our house and went to the corner of our street, which is a house away. Coco was walking on the street when a young man saw him and took him to the pound. The moment we noticed Coco's absence, we immediately informed our neighbors through the Nextdoor app. Then, we received a response from a neighbor that advised me to post an alert for Coco on PawBoost, which I immediately did.
I had a response within about two hours informing me that Coco was at the shelter! It was truly amazing and we are so grateful. I believe in PawBoost! Thank you all so much, I appreciate and value you all! We were reunited when I went to pick him up at the shelter, but it was after a long weekend, so the shelter was closed and we had to wait until Tuesday to pick him up. It was so sad to have the whole weekend without him. Our whole family was so happy to get him back home.
Due to the holiday weekend, we were without our Coco for four days, which was very sad! However, we are so grateful for the excellent work of the animal shelter and PawBoost; they are very caring. PawBoost made a great impression and we are so grateful that they are so caring and it was a privilege to have such a supportive community during such a difficult time!Thank you so much dear rescuers! You are the ones that informed me that he was at the pound! I am so grateful and I value and appreciate your work. My best wishes!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Coco's alert. After 4 days on his grand "adventure," little Coco is happy to finally be home with his family. Welcome home, Coco!
"There was a thunder storm one night and Boo, my dog, panicked and ran away. I tried to look for her, but it was raining really hard and she had just taken off. I put out a PawBoost alert in hopes that someone might find her and check the site. Eventually, a very kind family saw Boo, frantic and wandering on a busy highway about a mile from our home. A man got out of his truck and managed to catch Boo and took her home where she was safe.
The next day, they searched social media and found our PawBoost alert for Boo there. Iâ€™m a teacher and was in class when I got his call. He brought Boo to school and we were all reunited! My 19 fifth and sixth graders teared and cheered. Boo got a lot of treats and belly rubs. We are home now! She went missing on Monday night and we were reunited on Wednesday morning. Thank you to the loving family who picked her up and took her home until they found me."
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Boo's alert. After about 2 days of being missing, Boo was finally reunited with her pet parent and received the warmest 'welcome home' from her mom's students! Welcome home, Boo!