Read about recently reunited fur babies.
Pets Reunited And Counting!
"After the Fourth of July, Barbie was scared to be alone. On July 7th, we were gone for a couple hours and she managed to get outside and when we got home we could not find her. She had just gotten a bath and did not have her collar on. We searched for hours until 3-4 AM.
The next day we went knocking from door to door and posted flyers in a five mile radius. I visited the Baldwin Park animal shelter everyday, posted all over social media, and had more than 30 relatives searching. She is an older dog, 8-9 years old.
On the second day, someone who saw my PawBoost post and sent me a picture of her dehydrated and walking two cities away. She was drenched in sewer water and looked disoriented. I sadly did not see the message until 6 hrs later given that I was checking every other site.
We knew it was her and that she was still out there. We were frantic because 6hrs had passed and before the message I kept telling myself that someone had to have her and that she was ok. Luckily, her animal instincts saved her. I know she would have not survived another day out in this 100+ degree weather without food or water.
We searched in three cars that night and my fiancé found her. She was disoriented and scared. Her paws were burnt and she was covered in dried mud. We made sure to feed and bathe her. She is getting medical care now because she had trouble breathing and walking. She could not stop crying and was so relieved we found her.
We could not have done it without the support of everyone. God bless you all! Our family is complete and we are all just happy to have her back. I would recommend PawBoost to any of my friends or relatives who have lost or found a dog. The message got out there and she was found thanks to that. Thank you PawBoost."
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone for all of your hard work in sharing Barbie's alert. A big shout out to Isabel who saw her. She is safe and sound with her family and will be getting an up-to-date collar :)
"Duke went missing on July 3 while my son had friends coming in and out of the house for his birthday. Justin came in to tell me so I got some food to coax him back inside. As I was getting a treat, fireworks were set off and when we got back outside he was gone.
We walked around and called his name, then we got in the car and drove around, but still couldn't find him. I told a few friends around my neighborhood and asked them to keep an eye out. Around 3:30 AM, my son and his friend went for another drive around the 4 main intersections, but nothing.
The next morning, I went to the Clovis SPCA and inquired about him. There was a moment they thought they had him, but it wasn't him. When I got home I started accounts with every pet finder site I could find and my son made fliers. I was worried, because fireworks scare him so much he shakes and cowers. Plus, we are right across from Clovis High which has the fireworks.
I hoped someone picked him up and was just waiting for Thursday when everything was open. We didn't hear anything until around 8 PM Thursday night. I received a message from a woman who was positive she had Duke. Since our photos were pretty much identical, I identified him by the moles on his tummy.
When I shared Duke's name she expressed that was their dog's name whom they had just had to put down. She was almost in tears. She then explained her son was riding bikes by the high school and saw Duke running in and out of traffic. He managed to grab him and brought him home.
I am just so grateful for his rescue family who took the time out of their life to help us. Even though Duke has a chip, he still didn't have his ID collar on which would have been helpful. This family was going to take him to the SPCA to see if he was chipped soon.
Thank you! I will definitely recommend PawBoost to friends and family."
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Duke's alert. It's because of great neighbors that Duke is home safe :)
"My family and I just moved into our new home and did not realize there was a small hole under our new back yard fence. The very same day we moved into our home, Rosco decided to take a look around and venture out in his new neighborhood, unfortunately we did not realize he was gone until later that day.
I immediately searched around the neighborhood but just couldn’t find him anywhere. He was missing for two weeks! I posted him on Craigslist, Facebook and PawBoost. The crazy thing is Rosco wasn’t too far away!
There was a lady who owned many chihuahuas and one of them almost looked identical to Rosco. The neighbors called her and told her that her dog was out in the neighborhood. They tried catching him and feeding him but he would always hide behind a bush.
After a while he made friends with another dog named Boe. The kind man that noticed Rosco playing with his dog Boe was an elderly man and did not know how to work the internet so he reached out to a friend. His friend searched for lost dogs on PawBoost and found the picture I posted and called me immediately.
When I pulled up and opened my car door we both ran towards each other and Rosco leapt into my arms. He started kissing me everywhere as I cried tears of joy and thanked the neighbors for helping me find him. I am so grateful for neighbors and PawBoost! This website is by far the most helpful site. It was a miracle to get ROSCO back and I am forever grateful! Thank you PawBoost!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Rosco's alert. It took a little while for Rosco to feel better and get back to being his old self, but now he’s happier than ever :)
"We are not sure how she went missing. We can only make assumptions at this point of what happened. We were training Angel Love to be a well-behaved puppy and to know her boundaries as our two other dogs do. She may have seen an animal and chased it, or decided to go exploring. Or someone saw her and recognized her so they picked her up, not even thinking about it.
But the good news is I was trying to do everything I could think of to find her, including putting a sign out on my mailbox in hopes someone would see it. Since we live out in the country, a lot of people frequent our road as travelers. My thought process was that maybe the person would see that sign and talk to us.
As chance would have it, some people had just come home from the hospital with a brand new baby. They saw the sign and pulled up to it and saw the lost dog fliers that I put with it. They found her after she went missing and planned on keeping her if she didn't have a home, but when they saw did and that she is in training to become an emotional support dog, they gave us a call.
That day, she was brought home. She ran to us and couldn't stop jumping on us, she was so excited. She also wouldn't stop wiggling when we held her. She is very happy to be home, even sleeping in her favorite window.
PawBoost gave me some amount of hope and support when I was starting to lose it. And I must say, that is what I needed. I will let my friends know about PawBoost if they ever lose a pet, though I pray that they never have to."
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"Daisy is our 9 month old kitten who disappeared on the 4th of July. The loud fireworks caused her to bolt. Her owner, my 6 year granddaughter, and her family were away on vacation. The neighbor who was taking care of the pets and the house called my son saying he had not seen the kitten yet. Friday afternoon my son asked for my help.
He told me that the Hayward Animal Shelter didn't service Castro Valley, but they suggested to still check the shelter and surrounding ones. Another recommendation was to post flyers and go door-to-door to see if any neighbors had seen her around. Also, post lost reports on Craigslist, community Facebook pages, Nextdoor and PawBoost.
The easiest thing for me to do was to go on PawBoost. I was very impressed! People on Facebook began sending heartfelt encouragement, sightings of similar cats found and very helpful advice. After realizing the second found cat was not ours either, I was beginning to get discouraged. But one PawBoost member outlined several things to put outside to help attract our kitten home.
While looking in the basement for her adoption papers I heard a cat meowing outside the garage door. By the time I opened the garage door the cat scampered away, but the very smelly cat food I put in the back porch attracted her. As I dashed upstairs there she was munching away as if nothing had ever happened.
I would most definitely recommend PawBoost to others. Their heartfelt kindness encouraged me to continue my efforts and the sense of community was comforting. Thank you Hayward Animal Shelter, Animal Control officers and special thanks to PawBoost for your network of support."
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Daisy's alert. It's amazing she walked right in with not even a scratch on her and was still well groomed :)
"Scarlet was in the backyard after the fireworks had died down. Just as she went to the grass, an M-80 went off in the next block. She bolted around the back side of the house, tore her way through a fence, and by the time I ran around to the front, she was gone.
This was at about 10:30 on the night of the 4th. We searched until 4:30, and resumed the search with flyers and posters at 6:30 the morning of the 5th. I reconnected with my chip company and updated my information as my vet's office manager instructed me to do. I also paid a nominal fee of 10 dollars to have her information become a primary at every emergency and chip reader outlet within 25 miles of the house.
After having about 70 people going door to door in the area, we got a phone call that she had been spotted about 5:30 on the night of the 5th. We actually wanted to believe that she had been taken in, and would be returned to the humane society, but the reality was she was picked up by a total stranger about 7 miles from our house who saw her almost get hit by a car.
The Good Samaritan drove her to a 24 hour facility near her house, where they ran the chip, called me on the updated information, and we were reunited with her. She had been at it for 18 hours. Paws a bit rough, dehydrated, but for a 12 year old, 10.5 lb dog, she was fine. We were well represented on a number of fronts, including PawBoost."
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Scarlet's alert. Scarlet is home safe and sleeping soundly :)
"The kitchen door was not closed all the way and it seems like Tommy pushed it open. He must have been outside for 20 minutes before we noticed that the door was open. It was already dark outside so we immediately went outside with flashlights, and were calling his name, but no result.
That night/morning at 4am and 5am we went outside again to look for him, but again without success. I started posting that he was missing on social media. I reported him missing at the chip company, I posted on Nextdoor, and I posted on PawBoost. The reactions were amazing, just what I needed. A lot of great advice and kind words like, 'don't give up, keep searching.’
The entire day we walked through the neighborhood, called him and put up some simple fliers. At home it had to be all about scent so I put his litter box in my backyard, hung our dirty laundry outside, and put out a bowl with food and some water. I left the garage door a little bit open too.
When we went into the neighborhood we always brought a flashlight. The light will reflect in their eyes, which makes it easier to spot them. The second night he was missing I got up at 2am, and went outside in the back yard and front yard. Because everything was quiet, I softly called him by his name and listened. I got nothing for about 30 minutes.
I decided to check my garage one more time before going back to bed. I called his name once and immediately I heard his meowing, and I knew he came home. I sat down on the garage floor and waited for him to come to me. It was a happy reunion for the both of us.
Through PawBoost I got to meet all these great people out there who gave me tons of advice, success stories, and they stood by me. I was not alone. I would definitely recommend PawBoost. I felt like I had a support team, and together we got my furry friend back home."
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Tommy's alert. Don't forget you are never alone when searching for your beloved fur baby :)
"I first saw a PawBoost post with her photograph, and the finder was afraid of birds and had no way to care for her and nowhere to keep her safe. As an experienced parrot mom, I asked if she would like for me to care for the parrot until her family could be located.
When I arrived at the finder’s home, Babe the parrot was sitting on the finder’s front porch. Babe was quite friendly and responded to my command 'Up UP' to get onto my arm and into the carrier I brought along. No trouble with that capture! I took her home overnight and settled her into a cage with the appropriate food, toys, and water.
I then made a new PawBoost post that included more information about Babe along with my contact information. Within hours, someone made a comment on my PawBoost post that a home near where Babe was found had a parrot cage on their front porch that used to contain two birds.
I went by that house and the cage was empty, with the cage door open. I left a note at that house and sure enough the frantic owner called me this morning. I was able to reunite Babe with her owner, and what a joyful, tearful reunion it was. Babe was very excited to see her owner. She started talking up a storm, playing with her toys and ringing her bell.
This wonderful reunion would not have happened without PawBoost. The owners lost a second parrot (evidently someone opened the cage door and they escaped) and I have already recommended that they put out a PawBoost alert for their second missing parrot. I would highly recommend using this service for lost/found pets.
It is very convenient: PawBoost notifies the Rescue Squad, has tools to create fliers and advice for those who find or lose a pet. It was well worth it to be a part of the joyful reunion today between Babe and her owners. Thank you so much PawBoost!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Babe's alert. A joyful, tearful mom and an excited, happy Babe made this a very happy ending :)
"Leo is such a good cat, but really wants to be outside. Because I live in a gated townhouse I allow this. He comes and goes for short periods of time and really enjoys this. The day he went missing it was raining. He hates getting wet so he was coming in every few minutes, until he just stopped returning.
When it got dark I was really worried because he always comes home for dinner. I went to bed with the window open, hoping he would be back by morning. Since he is microchipped and tattooed I assumed someone would turn him in somewhere. When no one contacted me I plastered my neighborhood with posters, had his photo on every social media group I could think of, and emailed all the local vets and rescues.
In the weeks that followed, I continued searching for him. Eventually I lost hope and figured I would never see Leo again. But then late one night, I got a text from someone who only caught a glimpse, but they were certain it was my cat. I went there, called out for Leo and I lured him with some treats.
He looked really skinny and could only crawl. While crawling towards me, his body got tense and started convulsing - I knew he needed a vet right away. A good friend rushed us to an overnight emergency clinic. In his carrier, Leo was still convulsing. At one point, Leo stopped moving, went stiff and laid flat on his side. We thought he was gone, until my friend noticed he was still breathing.
We weren't sure if he was going to make it, until we got the results and everything came back better than expected. I went home, but barely slept. They were under strict orders to call me if the worse was happening so I could race back to be with him.
When picking him up I got a good report. I brought him to his regular vet for surveillance and continued rehydration. Leo was going to live! I brought him home and he was purring so loudly, I knew he was happy."
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Leo's alert. It's truly a miracle he was found :)
"I am active duty military and have recently returned from a 9 month combat deployment in Syria. We went to Florida on vacation and one of our outings was not fido friendly so I got someone to watch Sam from a pet sitting app. I made sure she did not have children or other dogs. Also Sam was the only fur baby for that night.
She sent pictures of Sam in the park and we thought everything was going great until she sent a text saying Sam had gotten out of her apartment and she couldn’t find him. We were devastated. We searched for him until 0230 and walked over 12 miles. I called the police and shelter, which didn’t open until 0900.
I prayed that he would be safe and we could find him. We called the microchip company to inform them and made sure all the contact information was correct. I went online to try to find ways to tell everyone about him and came across PawBoost and filled out the information.
As we were driving back to where he was missing we got a call from an animal hospital that was about two miles from us saying a couple had brought Sam in. They also said they were alerted this morning by PawBoost. I can’t thank your company enough for getting our fur baby back to us! May God bless your company, the couple that returned him, and the animal hospital."
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Sam's alert. A special thank you to the wonderful couple that took Sam to the vet clinic. General Sam is now home safe with his army nurse :)
"Molly and Zeva had their morning meal and their human daddy was going to let them out. When Bryan went to open the door and grab Zeva's runner the two of them saw a squirrel and took off. He got in the car and started looking for them. We live out in the Ocala National Forest so there are a lot of little critters for them to chase.
After a few hours, he came back and we both walked around the yard to see if we could find any tracks, but there were none. My husband had to leave so we asked my son to go out looking. Meanwhile, I started making up lost posters to put up on the telephone poles and at the local store.
After 3 hours Molly came home, but no Zeva. So I went out and started putting up posters and I asked a few of the neighbors if they had seen her, but no one had. I put up the last poster and met my husband at home to regroup before going out again. We stopped at a bunch of homes and asked if they had seen her. A couple had seen her earlier but it was when she was with Molly.
Night came and my husband got on Facebook and found a website that he could post our lost baby. That site gave him a bunch of other sites and PawBoost was the first one on the list so I created an alert. We couldn't believe how fast our baby's picture was put out there and shared by so many.
The next morning I got a call from a nice lady named Gloria. She told me that someone just posted a picture of a dog that looked like Zeva on PawBoost. About an hour later, a lady called about having my baby. When I got there, Zeva came running around the corner and her little nub started going when she saw me.
I have already started telling people about PawBoost. I can't thank you all enough for the fast work you put into helping us find our baby! We are truly blessed to have found you."
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Zeva's alert. She is home and sitting in the sun with her big protector Bella :)
"Maizie got lost when I had both cats in harnesses on my patio. The other cat got spooked over maybe a noise or shadow and started flipping out. Because I had a cat leash in each hand I had to let go of the calmer, Maizie, in order to help the other cat, thinking my husband would grab Maizie. He was unable to do so and we lost sight of her.
We located Maizie up on our neighbor's roof after 20 hours. I found her by our little meowing call we do with each other, and God's grace of course, because there were a thousand places she could have gone. So eventually after walking through our neighborhood like a crazy cat lady calling for her and looking in everybody's yard, she mewed back at night from the roof. Getting her off the roof was another ordeal, but she is safe and sound at home and we are so grateful!
Knowing I could post the information on PawBoost and that it was out there was so helpful. People responded and were either encouraging, prayerful or gave wonderful suggestions! I will be recommending PawBoost because it is easy to use, gets in cyber space quickly, and has a simple poster template."
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Maizie's alert, sent prayers, and gave suggestions. She was only gone 20 hours but for an indoor cat to tolerate new noises, a windy day, rain, sirens, dogs and mowers, she is one tough kitty :)
"I am a nurse and while I was on my way home from work yesterday, I was stopped at the red light at 12th Avenue and Bayou Blvd when a dog ran out into the road. Traffic was very heavy and I didn’t want her to get hit so I opened my car door and she jumped right in!
After walking up to five different houses to see if anyone knew her, I was losing hope. I took her to the Gull Point Vet Office and she was chipped! Unfortunately the chip was expired and the address nor phone number was correct.
A friend of mine was willing to keep her overnight since all of the shelters were closed. Luckily, before that happened we were contacted by the owners who saw the post on this website!
I cried with the owner when I reunited them! It was such a priceless moment that would not have happened without PawBoost! This website truly helps the community connect and come together to get these fur babies home!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared this pup's alert. She had been missing for a month and was at least 10 miles from home. Who doesn't love a happen ending? :)
"Griff is our deaf great dane, and he is in love with our special needs 2 year old, who has a speech delay and uses ASL to communicate. Griff also knows ASL. Griff got out the day I had eye surgery, and was missing for 8 days. Initially we used Nextdoor and a Facebook lost pet group. I finally recovered enough yesterday to make posters and hang them.
A lady in our neighborhood told me about PawBoost, and helped me set it all up. Within hours we had over 2000 views! I couldn't believe it. We shared it on Facebook in many lost pet groups and also added where to find us on the Nextdoor app. Neighborhood help started pouring it.
Seriously, if you want to believe in humanity again, lose a dog in our neighborhood. I was brought to tears so many times today as I hung up posters with my son, and people stopped to tell me they were driving the neighborhoods several times a day to look for Griff.
It felt like PawBoost accelerated how many people knew about and saw us. I would ABSOLUTELY recommend to a friend. People reported sightings and we were able to sort of triangulate them and narrow down an area that was private property. They gave us permission to search, and people from our neighborhood turned up to help.
We crawled through brush and trees, and found him in about an hour! It was difficult because we couldn't call his name since he's deaf. We brought him home and had my toddler come outside to see him. The look on his face is one I'll never forget. There were many slobbery kisses given, on both sides.
My son has a special sign for Griff, and had been asking for him everyday. We were heartbroken. I don't have the words to describe what it's like to see a community of real people helping each other. Our lives are changed!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Griff's alert. Their sweet boy and even sweeter dog are together again at last :)
"Kusha is a black with orange cat and she got out in our back yard one evening without us noticing. We had been out back around 9:30 PM on a Monday with our dogs and heard a cat meowing from over the fence. We assumed it was one of the neighbor's outside cats and never looked.
I wish I would have looked because the next morning I couldn't find Kusha inside and realized that it was probably her meowing on the other side of the fence and probably couldn't get back over. Now being many hours later I knew she probably wandered off but I looked in back yards and front yards, everywhere close I could look and no luck. I put flyers up in the neighborhood and posted on PawBoost and any other sources hoping someone would see her and call.
The following day, I was looking out front doing my hourly check to see if I could see her and I was talking to some neighbors spreading the word when I missed a call around 3:30. I waited a minute for a message and listened to it to find out she had found Kusha! Kusha was found hiding in a flower pot in this lady's front yard a few blocks away.
She had seen my flyer and remembered her name and when she came to her she knew it was Kusha! She called and now we are happily reunited and it feels so good. I would definitely recommend PawBoost! Your setup is very easy to use and fast! It gets the message out to a ton of people in a very fast and professional manner and you care! Thank you for all of the help!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Kusha's alert and helped look for her. Kusha and her family can both rest easy now :)
"Gina is not an outdoor cat, however when the weather gets warm, she’s always next to the door trying to sneak out. She is never out in the yard unsupervised, so it is hard to say how she got out today, as I was completely sure she was in the house. Gina is 18 years old but doesn’t act her age, she knows how to get what she wants.
Once we realized she couldn’t be found in the house, we went asking the neighbors and printed posters of her. I created a PawBoost alert in hopes social media would help. We called the Humane Society and checked the city website for lost and found pets. I posted in all my social media groups as well.
In the end, it was neighbors talking to neighbors and the posters that helped the most. We received a phone call that she was located in a yard 3 streets from us. She was identified based on the poster as she was just laying in someone's yard.
Our neighbor across the street had seen her, but didn’t know she was our cat or that she got lost. She helped us talk to a lot of other neighbors in our area, as she has been living here for many years. She is a pet parent herself. We went and picked her up immediately.
The community support on PawBoost was so heartwarming, from encouragements to sharing the post in an effort to locate her. I can only hope every lost pet gets reunited with their family the way it happened for us. Thank you for everything, I will warmly recommend you to my pet parents friends."
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Gina's alert. Needless to say neighbors helping neighbors can go a long way. Community spirit! :)
"A family friend visiting our home left the patio gate unlatched, which went unnoticed for 24 hrs. The next day my daughter opened the door to the patio so Cooper could go in and out to enjoy the weather. Apparently Cooper went out the gate to explore and got lost. When I arrived home from work we looked for him until we were exhausted and hopeless.
The next morning I posted a PawBoost alert and was amazed at the quick response. People immediately began sharing my lost dog info all over the internet and sent me messages of support and encouragement. I didn't realize until later in the day that these people were in my community!
I spent all day driving or walking around looking and whistling for Cooper. I said many prayers for his return. Then I remembered the messages that were sent to me through PawBoost. Many others were also praying for Cooper's return. This strengthened my heart.
After I got home I was donating money to a site in Memphis that finds and rehomes lost dogs. Then my son said Cooper was at the door. I got up quickly in disbelief. My son opened the door slowly, scared Cooper might run away again. Instead Cooper ran in and pounced us! I've never seen him so excited!
He jumped, bounced, climbed up on my face and kissed me, chewed on my nose, ran in circles and then repeated it all. He was very hungry so I gave him a plate of baked chicken and a walk before doing a head to toe assessment. Although he was muddy, Cooper did not have even one scratch and all vital signs were stable!
We are so happy to have him home! He hasn't left our laps and we haven't stopped holding him. I'm going to get a stronger gate clasp today. I can't thank you guys enough for your support, for spreading the word and the prayers. PawBoost helped bring me closer to my neighbors and community."
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Cooper's alert. All of your support helped Cooper's family get through this difficult time :)
"When I found this cat, I printed about 20 or so fliers from your website. I posted them in my neighborhood, putting flyers on homes that I didn't know the families. I actually ran out before I finished my immediate area.
I didn't receive any calls or contact from neighbors. One morning, as I was walking my own dog, I passed a home that I didn't flyer. Each morning I see the dad outside waiting for a ride and we usually just say good morning.
This particular morning, after saying good morning, something in me thought to ask if he was missing a cat by any chance. He jumped right up from his seat and asked 'big white, fluffy one?' and the rest is history.
He went on to tell me that Bob had run out when they let their dog out six months ago. He asked if I knew where the cat was and I told him he's in my house. He followed me home and they were reunited. I was so, so happy. He said Bob was his young daughter's cat and she had been heart broken.
The following morning while walking my doggy, I passed their house and all of a sudden I heard the meekest little voice say, 'thank you for finding my kitty.' I turned around and saw the Dad holding his little girl in their open front doorway. I melted.
A happy ending for everyone!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Bob's alert. So happy that their family is complete again :)
"This pet wandered past me on the sidewalk as I left my home on my way to work. Once I realized it was not with it's owner or walker, I observed it's behavior, slowly followed the dog and tried to safely approach it. The dog would not let me get too close to it, but I was able to corner it onto a neighbor's porch while I called for help from the local police. I simultaneously took a photo and posted it to PawBoost.
The local police stopped by the location where I had the dog safely cornered and they informed me that they would work to approach the dog and scan it for a microchip. I immediately posted information through PawBoost and thankfully neighbors in the area recognized the dog and got in touch with me via PawBoost.
I was able to direct them to the police and together, this dog was returned home to its owners. Without the alert on PawBoost I am not sure this dog would have been recognized or if enough positive action would have been taken to reunite the dog with its family.
I absolutely recommend PawBoost to friends and family! As a pet owner who cherishes my dog and cat, I would be devastated and a nervous wreck if they ever got lost. I would want any watchful eye in the neighborhood to help network and stick together to notify me of any information concerning my lost pet. This is why I support PawBoost.
I appreciate that it's network of services are there in case of an emergency and I am very happy to help other families and pets in times of need. PawBoost is a great network that is easy to use and easy to stay connected with. Its initial free services are exceptionally helpful and the paid service options are also helpful. Thank you to your entire staff for doing the work that you do!"
Spread the good news! Thanks to all of the involved neighbors who helped spread the word and work with police to get this dog home. A special thank you to the Forest Hills Police for coming to aide with this lost dog :)
"We have always kept Phoenix inside since rescuing him off the streets of Arizona. When I got home on Saturday my husband opened the door so our dogs could come greet me in the driveway and without us knowing Phoenix followed the dogs out.
We all went inside and shut the door. Well, all of us except Phoenix. We didn’t realize he was gone until the next morning and that is when panic set in. We are new to this area. When I googled how to print off missing pet flyers, PawBoost came up and I was actually impressed that something like this existed. Right when I put Phoenix in as a lost pet I had people sharing my information and giving me amazing advice.
I did everything that these helpful ladies told me to do. I printed out your free flyers and hung them everywhere. Then, I put out his litter box and food. I talked to the neighbors, animal control, pet stores and local vets. We appreciate all the time people took out of their day to give us advice we would otherwise not have thought so much about.
We feel blessed that he just so happened to come wandering home 6 days later, dirty and starving. I would very much recommend PawBoost! A great community of compassionate pet lovers!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Phoenix's alert. Phoenix's family is overjoyed that people took the time to call in sightings and advice but most of all they thrilled that their fur baby is home safe :)
"Sadie ran off chasing a deer. She is a sweet baby in the house and around people, but when it comes to hunting she is almost unstoppable. I was holding her one day when a deer walked into sight. Her head understood but her nature did not. It was a very windy and rainy day. We knew she would be tired, cold and looking for dinner/home/shelter.
She is chipped and has all her information on her collar. She missed dinner so we searched until 1 am. At some point in our desperate searching we found your site. It was clear to use and gave us hope of reaching folks who may have seen her or knew someone who found a dog.
We talked to folks at the local store, fire station, trash dump, state park and county animal control and gave them our information. We knew if she was able she would have tried to find someone to help her. We were afraid she had been stolen or worse hit by a car or overwhelmed by coyotes.
Having folks looking became our main hope for a return of our loved one. We were miles from the house when Ann, my wife, saw a dog sniffing the road a quarter mile away. While looking at the other dog we heard Sadie’s voice a few hundred yards away through the woods.
I left my wife with the vehicle, called Sadie and ran through the woods. I ended up at the back of a house where two ladies were checking her collar. She had chased their cats into their barn.
We were happy to find each other. My wife was beyond happy as we had lost much of our hope. Sadie sat as close to me as possible on the ride home. At home she ate and slept for hours.
PawBoost gave us hope and helped us search in ways we could not. Knowing the Sadie search had been shared with other animal lovers through Facebook and others during our desperate time was special. We were impressed and so glad you are there. We love your site. Thank you."
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Sadie's alert. After 20+ hours in the rain, Sadie is exhausted and happy to be home :)
"Scratch and Chloe got out of the house because apparently the front door wasn’t closed all of the way. They sometimes get out but never leave the neighborhood and always come back within 20 minutes or so. We searched for hours and were all hysterically crying at the thought of something bad happening to them.
I decided to post it on a few sites and PawBoost came up first. With tears, I hunted for a recent picture on the side of the road and hoped for the best. I only got the chance to make an alert for Scratch, because before I could type in Chloe’s description, I had a text message with a picture of my fur babies almost 5 miles away! I was floored!
And the hunt was on - with about 150 shares on your site (plus about 250 more), I was getting bombarded by messages of my fur babies’ sightings and little journey play by play! Emotionally and physically exhausted, we decided to call off the search at midnight, and resume in the morning.
At approximately 11 AM I received a call at work saying that someone caught them and had them in their fence! I was so thankful and relieved. We went to get them and inquired on how the rescue happened. The man saw the dogs and called his girlfriend who saw my post on your Facebook page! She convinced him to try to catch them, took a picture, and sent it to me.
I will most definitely suggest this method to anyone who is going through the nightmare that we endured this past weekend. I hope it will help some other family reunite with their children like we were lucky enough to do. I am blown away and touched by the outpouring compassion from my community and so thankful that you guys helped us get our babies home!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Scratch's alert. Scratch and Chloe are now home safe with their family :)
"Taco got out on a Tuesday in the middle of the night. He busted out a window screen from a window that was cracked just a few inches. We were out of town and my father-in-law forgot to close the window. They didn't tell us right away because they didn't want us to worry. So we didn't really get the ball rolling until that Friday when we got home.
We posted on PawBoost and several other sites. PawBoost had the most coverage and responses from people. They offered leads and tips on how to find Taco. We followed everyone's advice and put out food, stinky clothes and even sprinkled litter around the yard.
We left the back porch door open so he could come in if we were sleeping. On the sixth morning I got up to check the porch area and I think he was eating and heard me (I'm on crutches). He came walking right in like nothing ever happened!
PawBoost was a tremendous help in generating leads, tips, and support. Thanks to PawBoost and the support of everyone on the site, we were able to keep our hopes up and actually get Taco home safely! I would definitely recommend PawBoost to anyone who loses or finds a pet.
Your site was by far the most superior to other lost and found sites."
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Taco's alert. He is healthy and is currently napping on a very fuzzy blanket :)
"I walked out of work on Friday evening and saw a beautiful poodle on the street. I drove over to where she was sniffing the bushes, and she came up to me and allowed me to pet her. When I invited her into the car she ran off toward the very busy road.
She stood and pranced like a Westminster prize winner and I knew someone had lost track of her. I cornered her in the shopping center there and she was sniffing around a dog groomer’s place. I reasoned that could be because she knew the place, or possibly just that many dog smells are there.
She let me pick her up and I took her to the vet for a chip scan, but because of her long locks, show-grade Poodle hair, they were unable to locate a chip if she had one. They offered to shave her hair but I declined— If no owner emerged, then okay, but I didn’t want to cut her hair prematurely.
I came home and searched 'Lost and Found Pets' and the first link was PawBoost. I submitted my entry and within minutes it had over 40 shares and comments of support. Someone eventually said, 'I think I know that dog,' and gave me the name of a dog groomer that owned a dog like her.
I searched Google and found a picture of him showing a dog that looked remarkably like the beauty queen. This eased my mind— it all began to add up. I left a message at the groomer's business per the woman’s suggestion. The next morning daddy called and was naturally deeply relieved to know she was safe.
An example of the power of Facebook being used for positive social gains! I definitely recommend PawBoost and am very glad I used it. It’s horrible to lose your dog, but it’s also stressful to find a dog— being aware that some fur-parent is out there worrying about their baby, you want to find them ASAP to relieve suffering. PawBoost definitely helped me identify the parent within a few hours."
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared this pup's alert, cared, offered suggestions and took the time to engage. You make the world a better place :)
"We are not sure how Mason went missing, but he is an inside dog and is taken out daily to play with our outside dogs. We were only away for half an hour and when we returned home all our dogs were home except for Mason. All gates were closed so we had no idea what could of possibly happened.
I was originally looking for lost dog templates on Google and PawBoost was the first website that popped up. I read what PawBoost was about and immediately posted Mason’s picture and description. Mason went missing on Monday and I posted Mason’s info on PawBoost on Wednesday. I received alerts daily about found dogs around the area.
On Friday at 10:33 pm I received a found dog alert and I immediately pressed 'View Pet' and it was Mason! I called the number on the information provided, but their phone had died. I told my mother we have to go there. I’m 100% sure this is Mason. We drove around the area where PawBoost put the dog was located and sure enough there was a young teen standing outside with Mason!
I literally jumped out the car and called out for him and he ran towards me! The young teenager explained how she and two other girls were doing gymnastics outside when Mason walked up to them. They noticed he was a friendly dog and looked lost.
Two other teens came out the house and one explained how she lost a pet in the past and her family was reunited with their pet because of PawBoost. So when they noticed Mason looked lost she knew she should post him on PawBoost. These girls were the sweetest!!!
Things happen for a reason and I believe they were put in Mason’s path for a reason! To return him home. I was reunited with Mason in just minutes! I will definitely recommend PawBoost. PawBoost was extremely helpful with daily alerts and the community on their Facebook page is extremely helpful and supportive."
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Mason's alert. Thank you to the three lovely, young ladies who took care of Mason and helped with his reunion :)
"I was driving home after running an errand on a Saturday afternoon (it was 90 degrees out) and I saw a dog almost get hit by a car in the intersection of a stoplight ahead. So once I got through the intersection, I pulled over. I keep a leash in my car at all times in case I see a loose dog. I got out of my car to try to get the dog and it was running away from me very quickly.
So, I went after the dog who was clearly scared. She ran out into the street again and then back to the sidewalk (thankfully!). She ran through the same intersection again and a nice girl saw what was happening and she jumped out of her car to block the dog.
The dog was clearly tired and she stopped. I dangled the leash over her and pulled to tighten it. Then the dog just came with me. She was very friendly and let me pick her up. So, back to my air conditioned car we went. I took pictures and posted on PawBoost, Nextdoor, and the Facebook neighborhood pages in my area.
Then, I took her to our local shelter because I have 2 cats and cannot have any more pets. I was heartbroken. I felt awful leaving her, but our local shelter is a good one and they were very nice. I also knew this was the best way for her owners to find her. For all social media platforms lots of people shared the posts.
I called the shelter that Monday and they said that her owners picked her up!! Yay! I have no idea if they saw her on social media as no one said anything about recognizing her. However, the shelter did inform me that the sweet doggie is 18 years old! I was shocked! If that is the case, she probably has a few years left in her given her athletic ability to run.
I always tell people who post on Facebook and Nextdoor to be sure to post on PawBoost. I have heard of many success stories and thank you for all that you do!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared this pup's alert. It's so refreshing to hear stories like this one and know there are great people in this world who watch out for our fur babies :)
"My husband and I just adopted Abby. She is absolutely perfect - she loves our 4 year old son, she's house trained and incredibly smart. With a perfect dog comes one flaw that neither of us realized she had - an escape artist.
We left Abby home around 7am for a few hours before my husband returned around 9am. He walked through the door calling for Abby, but she did not come to him and the glass screen door was open.
He walked out on to the balcony and noticed scratch marks on the wood/solid railing. Abby leaped and fell twenty feet from our second story condo. My husband called me and immediately asked where Abby was because he didn't believe she would have actually jumped. My heart dropped. I left work to rush home to search for Abby.
After about an hour of searching and callings vets, we finally spoke to a gentleman who reported a big, black dog running around in a park. Not only did Abby leap 20 feet, but she ran 4 MILES from our home. After searching the web frantically, I found PawBoost.
3 hours went by, continuously checking my phone and email and reading multiple comments from strangers wishing the best for my dog and family. Suddenly, I received a phone call from a wonderful lady informing me that she had seen a photo of Abby on Facebook. She pieced it together and sure enough, she was right!
A gentleman found Abby and brought her to the Humane Society of the South Platte Valley. We received an email, text and phone call informing us she had been found. My husband picked her up and sent a picture of her sleeping in the passenger seat of the truck. She will have a delicious meal and nap, and from now on, we will be certain that the sliding glass door is locked.
Thank you PawBoost for being an incredible resource. We will be sure to spread the word in case other family and friends need assistance finding their lost loved one."
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Abby's alert. After jumping 20 feet and running 4 miles, their sweetheart is wiped out and resting :)
"Salem and his big brother escaped from the kitchen screen door. The door has two hook-latches, one at the middle where the handle is, and one at the bottom, so they can’t push the door open. It didn’t have a latch at the top, but it does now.
Sashi managed to jump onto the door and escape through the top edge because there wasn’t a latch. Salem watched his big brother and escaped the same way. As soon as I heard the clatter at the door, I saw Sashi on the back steps. I got him back inside, but Salem was long gone.
After searching all day yesterday and through most of the night, I was very worried. I tried everything I read about, including putting some of his litter outside, shaking the treat bag and putting food outside by the door where he got out. Instead of calling for him, I walked around talking to him like I would if he were inside.
I thought I spotted him running through the yard around 1 AM, but he wouldn’t come to me and I couldn’t find him anywhere. I keep a little insulated hut on my porch for strays to give them shelter from the weather. So I put the hoodie I wore yesterday into the hut in hopes that it would be familiar to him.
This morning, I started the same routine again. The hut had been slept in because my hoodie was rumpled up. I searched outside, under the porch, under the house and around the neighborhood. I put out more food, but I couldn’t find him anywhere.
Then around 10:00 AM, I went out back and spotted him sleeping in the sun on the deck. I opened the screen door and talked to him. I didn’t try to go to him because I was afraid he’d run. He came inside on his own.
I would definitely recommend PawBoost! The alert had dozens of shares within minutes. People in my area whom I didn’t even know contacted me to let me know that they were looking for him too. The support and encouragement I got, some from total strangers, was important."
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Salem's alert. He's dirty, scared and hungry, but he appears to be just fine :)
"Sunday afternoon we let one of our dogs, Roxy, out to go to the bathroom. She’s a bigger dog and will stay outside for around 10 minutes before she likes to come back in the house. We believe Willow ran out the door when it was open as I was distracted hooking Roxy up to her lead.
In 6 years, Willow has never snuck by me, but this time she did. Not being on her lead, we think from there she just simply went exploring, as she is a very curious little dog. By the time I let Roxy back in, I realized Willow wasn’t at the door to greet Roxy.
This is when I realized something was wrong. I frantically searched the house, and got my 3 kids to search with me. When we realized she wasn’t indoors we went outside and started running up and down the neighborhood streets and backyards calling for Willow.
I found PawBoost searching on my cell while we were out looking for Willow so I ran home and set up her profile on my iPad. Within minutes, PawBoost posted on Facebook that Willow was missing and the area she was last seen. This ended up being the connection that got our Willow home.
A young woman found Willow about 1/10th of a mile further out than we had set as a search area. She took her home, and took care of her through the evening, and fed her too. On Monday, she found my PawBoost post and sent me a text message with a picture. It was Willow! We set up a meeting place, and she brought our Willow back to us. It was simply amazing!
I would highly recommend PawBoost to a friend or anyone who’s lost a pet. PawBoost gave us a great set of tools to alert social media, create effective flyers, and alert the pet community. These tools were super easy and really fast, which is what you’ll appreciate when you're in a panicked state of mind.
In the end, the very best result is what PawBoost provided. Our little fury family member was found safe and happy."
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone for your prayers, advice and shares of Willow's alert. Willow is now home safe :)
"King went missing because my son did not close the door that leads to the garage securely. The garage doors were also opened and King walked out when everyone was upstairs. When I went downstairs, I noticed that the door leading to the garage was open and I immediately began calling for King but he wasn’t in the house.
My son and I walked through our entire subdivision twice looking for him. While walking I told my son to call the police and Animal Control and I logged onto PawBoost to report that King was lost. I began to panic because I didn’t know if King had made his way to Barrett Parkway where he might be hit by a car or to Kennesaw Mountain where there are many different types of wildlife that could potentially harm him.
The time it took for us to walk from the end of our subdivision back to the entrance a third time, we were in tears and exhausted. We didn’t know what else to do, but as we turned to go back home we saw a lady up ahead on another street standing in the middle of her yard.
We began to walk towards her and as we got closer we could see she was with King! She had him tied to a tree in the middle of her yard. She said she was standing outside with King in hopes that his owner was looking for him. We were very happy to find King safe and alive.
I would definitely recommend PawBoost to all my friends and other pet owners I know because immediately after I made the post, the response was amazing. I was very surprised that people that had never met our King cared enough to help me find him by sharing the post and they offered much needed support for us through words of kindness.
I am forever grateful to PawBoost!! Such an excellent way to reunite animals with their owners! We love King!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared King's alert and for all of your thoughts and prayers. His family is so thankful to have King back in their care :)
"My son wanted to play with bubbles so my fiancé went outside with him and Flash. My fiancé and son decided to go to the mall and they thought Flash was back in the house, but he wasn't. I came home late from work and was very tired so I changed my clothes and went to bed. I woke up at 5am the next day to use the restroom and Flash wasn’t in bed with me so I went downstairs to check on him.
When I looked in the cage my stomach started to turn and I knew something wasn’t right! I searched for him until I had to get ready for work the next day. I then posted on Facebook about him missing. We didn't get any leads that day but we hoped someone had him and was waiting until Monday to call the dog pound, but nothing on Monday. I then called WJER radio and they posted that he was missing along with announcing it on the local radio station.
I had a lot of shares from my post on Facebook, and then a woman told me about PawBoost so I posted on there too. The next day around 10:00am I got a tip from a woman who lived in the area about a mile and a half away. We went there, yelled and yelled and a truck stopped behind us and said that our dog had been around his house for a day and a half chasing his dogs.
We then went toward his house, but didn't see him so we started back and all of a sudden we saw Flash coming down the hill. I got out of the car and out of excitement I ran after him, but he took off. Once I got to the top of the hill I was so tired I fell to the ground. Flash stopped and looked at me and I put my hands out and said, 'Flash come, it’s mommy.'
He came running at me and jumped on me, licking my face. I can’t describe the feeling knowing I had finally found him. PawBoost gave me faith that my baby would be found and I would definitely recommend it to everyone. The prayers I got on this site and the people sharing gave me hope!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Flash's alert. There are no words to describe the feeling when you are reunited with your fur baby :)
"Sirius Black went missing on a Monday. I woke up and it was freezing in my house as I sleep with my bedroom door shut. I looked around the wall and my door was about two feet open. It has been broken for a while and fixed 3 times, but again it didn’t close when I closed it so it didn’t lock and the wind blew it open.
I looked for my Sirius and he was GONE. I was forced to go to work and constantly worry. I did put up signs, made countless shelter trips, put used litter and food out, and slept with my window open just in case he came home while I was asleep.
It had been one week and three days since he'd gone missing. I was searching everyday, even the ditches near the roads :( Then my neighbor came banging on my window at about 7:30 am saying she saw a black cat with a flea collar on run in the crawl space under her building and her son was watching the only way in or out.
I got a light and one of my sticks because there is fiberglass hanging from the already low ceiling and neighborhood raccoons and strays live under there. Sure enough I get about 100ft in, almost to the end, and there’s my poor, skinny boy laying on dirt in painters plastic. He almost ran then I said his name.
He paused, smelled momma's hand and boom, went limp for momma to grab him. I grabbed him with my arms in an X and scruff pinched just in case and my Sirius’ legs just flopping away. I came in, put him on the floor and proceeded to grab his missing poster stack and tore them into the smallest pieces and threw them everywhere.
I would definitely recommend PawBoost because they helped notify a lot of people to keep a look out for him. I was shocked how quickly everyone started sharing, sending recommendations and pictures of possible black kitties. I am so thankful for all the caring people out there."
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Sirius Black's alert and gave advice. He was found scared and skinny, but is happy to be home :)
"Smokey is an indoor cat that moved to her new home in Apollo, PA this past January. This was her first time getting outside here, which was scary considering it snowed that first night and she has never experienced snow before.
Smokey got out when the door closest to the kitchen was opened for air circulation from steamy/smoky meal prep. She's a very shy cat even with family, so it wasn't discovered that she was missing until grandpa mentioned she never jumped onto the bed to sleep with him.
That next morning, grandpa called and relayed the news. I set up a PawBoost account because I knew that social media is a major help when pets are lost or found. In addition to PawBoost, we also had flyers attached to the neighborhood's community mailboxes and asked the local dog-walking neighbors to keep an eye out for a grey cat with a purple harness.
The PawBoost post was shared by 191 people and the comments were super helpful. Grandpa spent the first day outside calling her name and set out some familiar-scented blankets to attract her home.
She finally came home 8 days later to eat from the food bowl that grandpa set outside. When he first tried to pick her up outside she got spooked and ran off. She soon came for another round of food and literally followed a trail of food crumbs inside the house.
Thanks so much for the help, PawBoost! Thankfully Smokey came back on her own, but the Facebook post certainly helped us by having others give advice on what to do to bring our cat home. It was tough not being there to help with the search in-person, so I'm glad those comments helped me suggest things grandpa could do to bring her home."
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Smokey's alert and gave great advice. Her family is super glad she found her way back to her new home :)
"Lou went missing 3 nights ago when I stepped outside for a moment and came back only to find she pushed the small window in my room open and jumped down to the street level. She jumped onto a super busy street, but was gone by the time I had gotten back.
After advice from people on PawBoost to keep visiting the local animal shelter I went to check for the 2nd day in a row. While I was there they encouraged me that she was somewhere close by, hiding, or even unable to get out of where she was. I have 2 abandoned houses on opposite ends of my street with over grown yards and something told me she would hide there.
I went to the first yard, hopped the hedge, and called her name with treats for 30 minutes but had no luck. I did the same at a small opening in the fence of the 2nd yard and after 30 minutes of softly calling her name and shaking treats I almost gave up but heard a rustle so I kept doing it. 10 minutes later I saw her head pop up and immediately started crying with happiness and relief.
It took me another hour to get her out with the help of some neighbors who heard me, but luckily Lou is home safe and sound with her mama. PawBoost's suggestions helped me in so many ways and led me to the shelter that advised me on places she would most likely be.
I would definitely recommend PawBoost to a friend. The support and love shared by people is not only comforting in a time of need but encouraging in the sense that it helps you do things that reassure you that you are doing all you can to find your pet.
The woman at the shelter also knew who Lou was before I even mentioned her because she had seen my post on PawBoost. A community of kind hearted individuals who care about reuniting parents with their pets is so invaluable during a crisis such as this. I cannot thank you all enough."
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Lou's alert and showed love and support. A special thank you to the neighbors who provided a ladder to help retrieve Lou from the abandoned house :)
"Silver is an inside cat. Well, Thursday evening while my husband was taking out the trash, he left the back door open and Silver escaped. Later in the evening my husband said he heard Silver's bells and he asked our grandson if Silver was outside and Asiah said he was downstairs.
Friday morning, Silver was no where to be found! After checking both the front and back and calling for him, no luck! I awoke my husband, and informed him of what was going on, he jumped up, put his clothes on, and went outside calling for Silver with no avail.
I posted on Facebook what happened to Silver with a picture and posted on PawBoost. I got a lot of comments about things that I should do, like put his litter box outside, put a piece of my clothing or one of his blankets that he laid on outside, so I did that. Friday came and went and still no Silver.
On Saturday, we went to church and when we arrived home, Asiah went into his room and laid down on his bed crying. His grandpa heard him crying, came into the room and said we needed to hold hands and pray for God to bring Silver home.
It was windy early Sunday morning and I kept hearing our front screen door opening and closing and a faint hollowing, so I got up to shut it. I opened the front door, looked down, and saw a paw trying to open the screen door. I opened the screen door, and LO and BEHOLD, IN COMES Silver!
We woke my grandson up at 1 AM, and told him that Silver had returned home, that God had brought him home! Silver went into the kitchen and we gave him fresh food and water. At that time, my husband told Asiah and I that we needed to gather hands again and pray to God and thank him for bringing Silver back to us!
PawBoost helped us by giving us suggestions as to what to do to bring him back. I also got comments about how people would pray for his safe return."
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Silver's alert. Silver is home safe and sound. Hopefully he won't be sneaking out anymore doors :)
"Max ran out of the house one Saturday morning when I opened the sliding door to let the smell of bacon out of the house. Unbeknownst to me, the gate I put up was knocked down and he seized the opportunity.
The person who found Max on the day he ran out of the house took him home. She was afraid to take him to the pound because she didn't know what they would do to him. She had him for 3 weeks and that weekend she said she went on FB to Aurora Lost pets and saw his picture on there.
I received an alert from PawBoost indicating someone commented on Max's post. I originally thought it would be another comment asking if I had found him or someone offering a prayer for his safe return, but I quickly realized that this person was indicating she had Max in her possession!
I was so excited, I called my co-worker so she could read the message. My co-worker told me to call, I told her I was nervous that it may not be Max. I did call right away though, and sure enough the person on the other side of the phone said it was Max and that she had had him for about 3 weeks.
PawBoost allowed my post to be shared around my area and reached a broad audience. Although I continuously reached out to animal control, vets, and police I could not have reached as many people without your help. The alerts I received every time someone posted were also very helpful. Without those alerts I never would have known (or it would have taken days) someone had posted that they had him."
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Max's alert. A special thank you to Jolise who kept him safe and brought him home. He is in good spirits, healthy and happy :)