Read about recently reunited fur babies.
Pets Reunited And Counting!
"Coco went missing when she got out through our back door and screen door was broken. We searched all over, but couldn’t find Coco anywhere. We created a lost pet alert through PawBoost in hopes that maybe someone else rescued her. Apparently someone had found Coco and dropped her off at Powers Drive Animal Hospital. They were the ones who saw my alert through PawBoost! I want to send a big thank you to Powers Drive Animal Hospital. My frenchie was brought in and they immediately called me and were so nice, thank you so much. Coco was missing for two long months before we were thankfully reunited. Without PawBoost, I wouldn’t have found my Coco."
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Coco's alert. Coco was missing for two incredibly long months before she was finally found and reunited with her loving pet parents. Welcome home, Coco!
"Millie ran down to the canal while playing outside and disappeared. We searched all around, but Millie was nowhere to be found. We decided to search online where we found PawBoost and created a lost pet alert for Millie. Luckily, a kind couple found her in their yard and, when they checked Facebook, they saw Millie’s PawBoost alert. They called out to Millie and she perked right up, so they reached out to me via PawBoost. Millie was gone for the better part of a day, all evening, night, and most of the next morning before we were reunited. PawBoost was the main reason my dog is now home safe and it was very easy to sign up for. Thank you so much to the sweetest couple who reached out and helped us get her home!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Millie's alert. Millie was missing for one very long night before she was finally found and reunited with her pet parents! Welcome home, Millie!
"Foxy jumped out of the car when I opened my door at a convenience store. Unfortunately, I didn’t realize she had escaped until I had gotten home. I went back and searched the area while calling for her, but couldn’t find her. I created a lost pet alert on PawBoost and a couple of hours later I got a call from a family that had picked her up on a busy highway. I’m very grateful for them for taking the time to stop and rescue her, and want to give a big thanks to PawBoost. Without PawBoost, I probably would not have been reunited, since she had no collar on at the time. Foxy was only missing for 12 hours before we were reunited. Thank you so, so much to Foxy’s rescuers!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Foxy's alert. Foxy was missing for 12 hours before she was finally found and reunited with her loving pet parents. Welcome home, Foxy!
"This dog showed up in our backyard and was napping in the shade one day. We saw it, then cornered it to grab and bring him inside. He's a very small dog. The owner saw our PawBoost found pet alert and commented with photos of his own to confirm it was his pet. The owner had searched all around on the day the pet escaped. We had the dog for three days before the owner saw the alert and came to pick him up. I think whatever algorithms that PawBoost uses to get the information out on social media are more far-reaching than just having random people share the information."
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared this sweet pup's alert. The amazing finder was able to reunite this pup with his pet parent after caring for the lost pup for three days!
"Aussie went missing while we were out at an appointment in Norfolk. We both thought each other had "locked" his doggy door to an unfenced garden! Of course, Aussie must have gotten distracted chasing squirrels, (his favorite new pastime, as we do not have those in Australia where he has travelled with us from to live here) and then decided to go look for us, as it was a long day for him to be alone. We searched frantically when we realized he was missing and we were so worried for our little man. From the moment we set up the missing alert on PawBoost, the local community has been actively sharing our post and commenting, trying to help us find our missing little man!
Early this morning, I took a call from an angel who was keeping Aussie safe until she could find us. Her name, by the way, is Angel, who found my phone number here on PawBoost, contacted me, and brought him home safe. Thank you to the wonderful community and network of people associated with PawBoost. PawBoost is such a wonderful initiative and the community of people who are, of course, pet lovers are amazing. Thank you from the bottom of my heart to all of you! I would highly recommend PawBoost to anyone who has a pet.
It is such a traumatic experience when your loved pet goes missing and even just the comments on the alert on the PawBoost site are heartwarming and calming to know that a whole community of people are sharing and updating information to help reunite you with your lost pet. So many wonderful people care and this website allows people to help. Thank you so much to Angel and her daughter for finding Aussie and taking care of him for the last two days. He is home safe and sound. Thank you to everyone who shared and commented both mine and my husband's post. You are all amazing people who helped us find our fur baby."
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Aussie's alert. Aussie was found and reunited with his loving pet parents after two days of being lost. Welcome home, Aussie!
"Mitzi ran off into the desert and I wasn’t able to find her even after three hours of walking around in the desert. I received messages from different people in the PawBoost community who told me they had seen her. This helped a lot, because I was able to find her pretty quickly. Mitzi was missing somewhere between 10–15 hours. We were able to find her so fast with PawBoost! I’ve had good luck on PawBoost before and was able to find my two dogs and even someone else’s dog before. PawBoost makes a huge difference! Lots of success stories and testimonies from different people being able to find their dogs. I am very grateful that everyone helped out. Once word got around about her, I started to receive messages from people in the PawBoost community saying people had seen her around the same area we found her in, which made a huge difference. Thank you so much!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Mitzi's alert. Mitzi was missing for around 15 hours before she was finally found and reunited with her amazing pet parents. Welcome home, Mitzi!
"Valencia slipped out of her leash while on a walk and fled. She was last seen crossing Beverly Boulevard and Doheny. After a long, fruitless search for our pup, we decided to take our search online and created a PawBoost alert. I received a call five days after her disappearance from a man whose wife had seen my PawBoost alert. Her husband worked security for a house in Beverly Hills three miles away from Beverly Boulevard and Doheny. He had been feeding a skittish dog that arrived the day my dog went missing.
When she showed him the alert, he contacted me. Through a lot of collaborative efforts, we were able to rescue my extremely skittish dog. Valencia was missing for 7 days. It took 5 days to find her and 2 days to catch her. I absolutely recommend PawBoost because people do regularly check to see if a lost dog they encountered belongs to someone. It can be hard to catch a skittish dog and, even though my dog was microchipped, nobody could get close enough to bring her in. A good Samaritan seeing my dog on PawBoost was critical in getting her home safely."
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Valencia's alert. Valencia was found and reunited with her loving pet parent after going missing for 7 long days. Welcome home, Valencia!
"Travieso tends to climb fences, gates, and whatever he can sneak his little body in. He has gotten out many times with Boyboy, but this last time Travieso and Boyboy escaped by climbing the side of the house using the fence and an open corner which is now closed. We were reunited through a message through PawBoost. They were both brought in to a rescue as strays. After finding the PawBoost lost pet alert I created, they contacted me through email with images of my babies. I’ve never been happier than the moment I saw their faces. Traveiso and Boyboy were missing for over a week before we were reunited. PawBoost really helps with finding your loved lost furry ones."
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Travieso and Boyboy's alert. After going missing for over a week, Travieso and Boyboy are finally back home with their loving pet parents. Welcome home, Travieso and Boyboy!
"My daughter's boyfriend left the door open and didn’t realize Shelby had gotten out. My daughter looked everywhere, but had no luck finding Shelby. I Googled how to share information about a lost pet and PawBoost came up. I created a lost pet alert for my ferret and, to my surprise, got a response from someone whose neighbor had found a ferret. They saw my alert and shared our contact information. We picked up Shelby the next day! Thank you to PawBoost and thanks to Isabel for assisting us with the reunion of Shelby and my daughter! Shelby was missing for three days before we were reunited. PawBoost was the main reason we were able to get our Shelby back home."
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Shelby's alert. After going missing for 3 long days, Shelby was finally found and reunited with her loving pet parents. Welcome home, Shelby!
"Jasmine is a fifteen year-old indoor cat who occasionally likes to go outside to get some fresh grass. One night, when it was dark out, my husband and I were coming in from our porch. Jasmine had slipped past us and we didn't realize she was gone until the next morning. We recently moved and I knew she was not familiar with the area. I searched, called out to her, and shook her treat bag, but she never came to me. We moved close to a wooded area and several highways, so I feared the worst had happened.
I stayed outside as much as I could hoping she would get my scent and come home to me. I placed her litter box on the porch and my recently worn clothes in hopes a familiar scent would lead my Jasmine home. However, after a week and a half, my hope was fading. I posted Jasmine on the local lost pet pages on Facebook, and several people said to use PawBoost. Pawboost helped guide me to know the steps I should take to help bring Jasmine home. I printed off and handed out Jasmine's missing posters from the PawBoost website to local animal shelters and veterinary offices. I also put up her posters around my neighborhood. A kind couple who live a few blocks from me had recently taken in a litter of kittens had catnip growing on their porch.
After 10 days of searching and calling for Jasmine, she was found by the couple and was chowing on their catnip. They recognized Jasmine from the PawBoost posters I had put up around the neighborhood and they called the number on the back of her pet ID tag. When I received their call, the husband said, "I think we have your cat." I was ready to run out the door right then and go get my fur baby. They welcomed me in and I couldn't believe my eyes when I saw my Jasmine. She came to me and I picked her up and was so happy to have her in my arms again. She started purring and held onto me. My baby was home! Jasmine was missing for a full 10 days before we were reunited. PawBoost helped in finding my Jasmine and bringing her home. I think the biggest thing that helped was the posters. They helped the couple recognize Jasmine, know she was missing, and that someone was looking for her."
Spread the good news! Thanks to everyone who shared Jasmine's alert. Jasmine was found and reunited with her loving pet parent after 10 long days of being lost. Welcome home, Jasmine!
"My ex went to let Oreo out and she got spooked when a man was walking by with a yoga mat. He said he got her calmed down, but then she just took off at a sprint and didn't look back. PawBoost was a major help with reuniting with Oreo. The network that PawBoost reaches was essential in getting Oreo found and safe. I created an alert about Oreo missing and within a hour a gentleman had found her and rescued her from a potentially tragic fate, as she was found running in and out of traffic.
The support I got from the PawBoost community and follow through really helped an already intense, scary, panic-stricken situation de-escalate. I don't know what would have happened if it hadn't been for PawBoost and their community. Oreo was found within the hour and I was able to actually reunite with Oreo about 4 hours give or take. The reach that PawBoost gets and how easy and seamless it is to create an alert and make contact is really simple, which makes it one less thing to have to worry about with an already intense and stressful situation."
Spread the good news! Thanks to everyone who shared Oreo's alert. Within an hour of going missing, Oreo was found and reunited with her loving pet parents! Welcome home, Oreo!
"While walking my dog, I noticed a kitty sitting in front of a tree in front of my house. The cat got spooked by my neighbor and ran down the alley between houses, not knowing this was a fenced off area and that it did not connect to the street. I took my dog inside so as not to scare the kitty further, then I went to the side of my house. I spotted the cat tucked behind one of my ac units. I went to get some tuna and water for him, as I had no idea how long he had been out for. I set it down and backed away and sat down to not appear threatening to him. He sniffed the tuna, drank some water, and kept looking for a way out.
I went inside and got one of my cat crates and was able to approach him. He was not aggressive, but was obviously scared. I sat there and waited for him to get comfortable enough to come to me and, when he did, I was able to just pick him up and place him in my crate. I took him to the vet to check for a chip, but unfortunately there was none, so I asked for a check up and the kitty appeared healthy. I took him home to quarantine in a spare room (as I have other pets and tests have not come back yet). After spending some time with him, he rolled over and wanted belly rubs. You could tell he belonged to a family. I started posting on social media for my area and someone recommended PawBoost.
Not even a minute after I created his PawBoost alert, I got a notification from the owner showing me the missing pet alert they had made on PawBoost. 'Same street, same day, and with a perfect description followed up by pictures. This family had found their kitty. It took less than a minute to find the owners through PawBoost, but they had been already been searching for a day. 'Glad this kitty is back home safe."
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared this sweet kitty's alert. Thanks to the help of her amazing finder, this cutie is now back home with her loving pet parents!
"Skye is old, has very bad eye sight, and is hard of hearing. We just moved to Jacksonville and live on 11 acres of wooded property. Skye has been wandering around and exploring lately, but he wandered a little too far this time and went missing. PawBoost is incredible. He was found through the “barking chain.” I put up an alert with his picture and thankfully the person who had found him had also posted an alert. Another person in the PawBoost community put the two alerts together and got my information over to them. I got a phone call and Skye was home in less than a day.
At first, when I lost Skye, I tried looking for him on my own. I was starting to give up when I thought about using Facebook. I created a profile and I typed in "lost dog" when PawBoost came up. I created an alert and he was home by the next day. The PawBoost community is incredible. The people on there are dedicated and the system is so easy to use. They really have created a cohesive program to find lost animals. Thank you everyone for connecting me with the people who had Skye! I am so amazingly grateful! Thank you so much."
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Skye's alert. Skye was missing for 8 long days before he was finally found and reunited with his loving pet parent. Welcome home, Skye!
"Milo ran away from a huge gap in my fence! We looked for him everywhere, but came up empty. After long hours, we decided to take to the internet where we found PawBoost. We were reunited by PawBoost and all the lovely people sharing his picture. A lady down the street had caught him, saw our alert, reached out, and even brought him home to me. Milo was missing for two day before we were reunited. Thanks to PawBoost I was able to find him within one day of creating an alert! Thank you so much for spreading the word! We are so happy."
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Milo's alert. Milo was missing for 2 days before he was reunited with his loving pet parents. Welcome home, Milo!
"We had workers pouring cement in the backyard and there is a small hole in the wall for drainage. We normally have it covered or blocked so the dogs can’t get out through it, but the workers moved what we had covering it and we hadn’t noticed before Loki managed to get out through that hole. PawBoost helped with us getting Loki back. The lost pet alert that was posted on Facebook through PawBoost was shared so many times by so many people.
The people who found Loki the next night had not seen my PawBoost alert, but posted a picture of him in one of the same places where the alert was posted. Someone in the PawBoost community immediately contacted me and told me to look at their Facebook post. By the time I saw the Facebook post, the finders had found my phone number from my PawBoost alert and called me. Loki and I were reunited in the early morning when I met with the finders at a gas station.
Loki was missing for 34 hours before we were thankfully reunited. It was easy to fill out the information, add a photo, and sign up for what you wanted on PawBoost. The amount of traction that was generated from the alert being posted to Facebook and Instagram was amazing. 'Last count I had was that the post was shared on Facebook 64 times and shared on Instagram 32 times. I truly believe that PawBoost was the main reason Loki was returned to us. It was, by far, money well spent. Thank you to PawBoost and to everyone who helped bring Loki home."
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Loki's alert. After going missing for 32 long hours, Loki was finally found and reunited with his loving pet parents. Welcome home, Loki!
"Princess got scared while we were camping and quickly unhooked her harness and took off. She was found four kilometers from our campsite. We live 110 kilometers from the campsite, so the town and area was completely unfamiliar to everyone. Once we created a lost pet alert, PawBoost helped share her information on local Facebook, shelters, local groups, and other media platforms where we were able to receive area sightings for her.
The community with the help of this platform helped get our fur baby home safe. Princess was missing for three days in rural Alberta canada. It was worth every penny. When you’re panicking, trying to post online and create a poster as fast as possible, PawBoost does the work for you and makes it easy. Princess is home; thank you to everyone for your help! It’s been a long three days, but she’s home and safe."
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Princess' alert. Princess was missing for 3 long days before she was finally found and reunited with her loving pet parents. Welcome home, Princess!
"This lost dog was hanging out near and on my friend’s porch for about a week. I was able to “capture” her, although it didn’t take much convincing. She was ready to go when I said, “Come on!” Her owner just reached out to me this morning. PawBoost was the main source of helping him find her! They had even reported it to the county after I had reported finding her to them and the county unfortunately didn’t tell them I had her. The owner had been searching since July, so this pup was lost for almost 3 weeks. PawBoost helped when no one else could! Thank you so much!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared this sweet pup's alert. After going missing for 6 long weeks, this little cutie is finally back home with her pet parents!
"The cat approached us and seemed hungry and eager to be around people. The owner's family saw my alert on PawBoost and messaged me. I went back outside to catch the cat, who came to me pretty easily. I took her to the vet to have her chip scanned and we were able to confirm the information they had provided in their PawBoost message, so the owner came to get her. Addy apparently went missing about four months ago. I found the owner after just a few hours of having posted her alert. PawBoost helped me find my cat when he went missing and now it’s helped me find the owners of this cat we found! I tell everyone with a missing pet to use PawBoost."
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Addy's alert. Thanks to the help of her wonderful finder, Addy was reunited with her pet parents after four long months of being lost. Welcome home, Addy!
"We live on an acreage, and one night we accidentally locked our puppy outside for the night. When we woke up the next day, Sasha was gone. We were so upset, we thought that somebody had stolen her. We put her on a prayer chain, and literally prayed every single day for God to protect her and bring her home. We also created a lost pet alert through PawBoost with a picture of our Sasha. I got a phone call from a wonderful couple who saw her running in the ditch, and they saw the PawBoost alert and called me. I was out of town, so I drove back speeding.
When I arrived, the lovely lady and her husband held my hand through a kilometer long walk, passed two barbwire fences, and into a field because I was wearing flip-flops and kept falling. As soon as Sasha heard my voice and the squeaky toy that she like to play with, she jumped into my arms! Sasha was missing for two weeks before we were reunited. PawBoost got the word out to as many people as they could. Thank you so much to everyone who shared my dog's lost pet alert. She has been found after being out in the wilderness by herself for two full weeks! Your prayers were greatly appreciated."
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Sasha's alert. Sasha was missing for 2 long weeks before she was finally found and reunited with her loving pet parents. Welcome home, Sasha!
"Mango went missing by accident when someone left a door open. None of us noticed him leave, and he must have ran off somewhere. Later on, we went to the store not knowing that Mango had escaped. I got a phone call from one of my siblings later that night saying that they couldn’t find Mango. We tried looking for him everywhere until midnight when I posted a lost pet alert with a picture of him on PawBoost.
We were reunited by PawBoost; they posted his alert on Facebook and a person in the PawBoost community messaged to find my information. They then messaged me to say they had found my Mango! Mango was missing for around 24 hours, but we can’t be sure as we didn’t immediately notice when he got out. PawBoost helped us out a lot and makes it easier for people to communicate with each other to find missing pets. Thank you to the person that gave us our dog back. Our family is so happy and excited that we have him home again!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Mango's alert. Mango was missing for about 24 hours before he was finally found and reunited with his loving pet parents. Welcome home, Mango!
"I was cleaning my apartment and doing laundry. Unfortunately, I wasn't paying close enough attention and little Mochi managed to undo the tubbing on the drier machine vent in my washing room. She climbed right in, followed it, and was outside probably within seconds. PawBoost allowed me to reach out to a vastly greater number of people than I would've been able to do on my own. People all over social media shared and commented on the PawBoost alert. If it wasn't for PawBoost, I wouldn’t have been able to get the attention I needed and been alerted to her being found within a critical time frame.
Mochi was missing for about 36 hours before I was able to confirm someone had indeed found her and I was able to contact them through Pawboost and Facebook. I've never believed in the power of social media, but seeing the community coming together to share any information they had and reach out to me because of PawBoost really warmed my heart. I wasn't expecting to ever see my Mochi again and now she is home with me and her brother. I am incredibly grateful for PawBoost and its community."
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Mochi's alert. After going missing for 36 long hours, Mochi was finally found and reunited with his loving pet parent. Welcome home, Mochi!
"I was on my way to work early Saturday morning and Maxy was running loose near a very busy road. I stopped and she came right up to me when I called her. I picked her up and took her with me, with the intention of bringing her back after work. She had almost no hesitation of me. I work with a cross country team, and the kids were thrilled to have her there. A friend of mine is very active in the dog rescue community, and she recommended PawBoost.
About an hour after posting an alert through PawBoost, one of the community members sent me a link to two Facebook posts on a page for local missing pets. Apparently this dog escapes often. In one of the posts, it mentioned her name. I then searched the page for that name, and found a post by the owner for yet another time she had gone missing. I then quickly messaged the owner.
When he didn't respond I "spammed" his friends list until one of them replied. That friend took my number and gave it to him. He called me and we got his baby home safe. I had the dog at work with me for a few hours, but once I got home and started the search, it took about four hours to get her home. Without PawBoost, I would have been completely in the dark on how to get Maxy home. Thank you to everyone who helped find her home!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Maxy's alert. Thanks to the help of her amazing finder, Maxy was reunited just 4 hours after her finder took her into his care. Welcome home Maxy!
"Our baby Howl accidentally flew out of my front door! Our birds are usually confined to their very own bedroom, but were let out into the main part of the house that day. As soon as somebody opened my front door, he flew right out and went on an adventure. We were completely devastated because I was sure he was long gone. A kind man and his wife captured Howl about 10 miles away from our home and reached out through PawBoost and Facebook! I had shown him proof that Howl was ours, and they took great care of him until we were able to come, grab him, and reunite him with his best bird-friend! Howl was missing for three days before we were reunited. PawBoost is a great site to help others find their animals! I am still in shock that we found ours! Thank you to PawBoost and everyone involved in Howl’s return home."
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Howl's alert. Howl was missing for three long days before he was found and reunited with his pet parent. Welcome home, Howl!
"I usually put Milo on a leash so he can sit at the front door and enjoy watching birds and people and get some fresh air, but last night, I forgot to check on him every ten minutes, so he ran away. Some people saw Milo's lost photo and alert on PawBoost and sent it to a lady who had found my cat and posted his photo in a neighborhood Facebook group. We received comments on PawBoost that Milo had been found and that's how I got in touch with the finder! Milo was missing for about 16 hours before we were reunited. PawBoost is a very professional service and spreads the news about lost and found pets very quickly. Thank you to PawBoost and everyone who made Milo’s return possible!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Milo's alert. Milo was missing for 16 hours before he was finally found and reunited with his loving pet parent. Welcome home, Milo!
"Anakin opened the screen door on the patio and snuck out on Monday morning. We looked everywhere for her, but we ultimately couldn't find her. The person who found Anakin saw my PawBoost alert on Facebook, and my number in the comment section. Since she was found 20 miles from where I live, without PawBoost, I couldn't have gotten the word out that far myself. Thank you so much. This was the best subscription I have ever gotten. Anakin was missing for 120 hours before we were reunited. If your pet is displaced to somewhere far away from where you live, which is always a possibility, PawBoost is an absolute must to get the word out. Thank you to PawBoost and everyone else who helped get Anakin home!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Anakin's alert. Anakin was missing for 120 hours before she was finally found and reunited with her amazing pet parents. Welcome home, Anakin!
"Brian got out of our gated patio when the door was left open. We heard a commotion outside and quickly noticed that he had gotten out. Neighbors said they had just seen him walk by, but he was nowhere in sight. We created a lost pet alert through PawBoost which generated a flyer that could be printed and that circulated social media posts online to spread the word. Almost a week later, I received a phone call on my way home from work. The man said he found Brian! He had seen a flyer that we had posted in our neighborhood and called us immediately. Brian was missing for 6 days before we were reunited. As soon as I shared my missing story with PawBoost, they posted Brian’s information immediately and that helped reach a larger audience than I could have reached alone. I’m so thankful for you all."
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Brian's alert. Brian was missing for 6 long days before he was finally found and reunited with his loving pet parent. Welcome home, Brian!
"We just moved out of our apartment and into my parents house. Aang was definitely nervous already because of the move. It was day two at my parents' place, I had left for work and left Aang inside. My parents have three other dogs and Aang was already friends with them as we visited often. My parents have a doggy door to the backyard. However, there were a couple of small holes in the fence. It was my fault for not checking. So while I was at work, my parents messaged me saying they couldn't find Aang. I rushed home and searched. With no luck, we couldn't find him.
We posted his picture and contact information everywhere. Huge thanks to Doug and his girlfriend who found Aang right outside their home at 10:00 PM at night. They took Aang in, fed, and cared for him. The next day, they posted a found pet alert on PawBoost saying they found him. I immediately contacted them to get my baby back. Aang was missing for about a day before we were reunited. PawBoost has a large network and community, and I was able to get my baby back the next day because of Doug and his family."
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Aang's alert. Aang was missing for one long day before he was finally found and reunited with his loving pet parents. Welcome home, Aang!
"I found Charlie wandering around in the street by my apartment complex. He was friendly and approached my dog while we were walking. I quickly befriended him, noting that he was a Maltese and that his coat was in decent condition. I scooped him up and took my dog home. Then, I brought Charlie back to where I found him and tried to encourage him to find his way home while supervising to keep him off the road. It eventually became clear he didn't know where his home was, so I took him back to mine.
Unfortunately, Charlie was not wearing a collar. I had used PawBoost once before, so I posted an alert for him on PawBoost and Instagram in an effort to find his owner. Within an hour of posting his alert on PawBoost, his owner reached out with pictures of him, confirming that he was their dog. Since I found him late at night and I wanted to do my due diligence, we agreed to meet at a shelter to confirm ownership.
We were able to meet up in the morning and he was reunited with his family! Since PawBoost’s found pet alert created Facebook posts that were circulating, the owners were able to get in contact with me through PawBoost within an hour of me posting. I am so impressed with how well it worked! Many pet owners share a deep love and empathy for animals, and PawBoost is an effective way for the community to work together to keep pets safe. PawBoost is amazing! Thank you so much!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Charlie's alert. After an hour in his amazing finder's care, Charlie was swiftly reunited with his loving pet parents. Welcome home, Charlie!
"My husband took Max for his morning walk and was outside brushing his hair when he got out of his collar and ran down the street. He chased him very far, but we couldn’t find Max anywhere. I posted a lost pet alert on PawBoost as soon as I knew he was missing and, by that evening, a girl had sent me a picture and video of him. She reunited me with Max later that evening and said if it wasn’t for my PawBoost alert, we most likely would not have been reunited. Max was missing for about 12 hours when we were reunited. PawBoost is a great tool to find missing pets. Thank you all so much for bringing my baby home safely and keeping him away from the bad guys!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Max's alert. Max was missing for 12 hours before he was finally found and reunited with his loving pet parents. Welcome home, Max!
"I always bring Thanos outside while I sit in the grass and draw and burn sage. He looked comfy eating his greens, so I thought it was okay for me to run in and use the bathroom, but when I came back, he was gone. I spent the last two days searching for him like a mad woman. It was insanely stressful and draining to not have him around. He's my little man, we do everything together. I take him for walks to the park to let him run, among other things. I hadn't stopped searching and was losing hope until I remembered PawBoost. Within ten minutes of making a lost pet alert, people got back to me saying they'd found a bearded dragon in their backyard. This just so happened to be across the alleyway from where I live.
Once I got in contact, with the help of a neighbor, Thanos and I were finally reunited. PawBoost was the main thing that helped me reunite with my little dude. If I hadn’t made an alert, he would probably still be missing. I was going to put up flyers today with photos of him, but now I don't have to. I'm so thankful and appreciative. Thanos was missing for two days before we were reunited. I thought he was just curled in a ball sleeping outside in the nice weather, so it breaks my heart that he was out there alone. 'So relieved and glad that someone awesome found him and took him in. They fed him, bathed him, and took good care of him before returning him. PawBoost is the main and only reason I got reunited with my little dude, I recommend them to everyone!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Thanos' alert. After going missing for 2 days, Thanos was finally found and reunited with his loving pet parent. Welcome home, Thanos!
"Luna ran off one day when we visited a nearby park. We searched for days and ultimately took to social media for help. I was at work when I got a email notification from PawBoost asking if the cat in the picture they sent could possibly be Luna. I was shocked, the lady that found her posted her to PawBoost stating that she was wearing a green collar. I took to social media and connected with the person that found her and, in less than an hour, Luna was back home. Luna was lost for 25 long days. She went missing late July and we were reunited mid August. I kept hope by placing her blanket outside and checking every day to see if somehow she had found her way home. PawBoost helped me connect with the person that found Luna, thank you for your help!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Luna's alert. Luna was missing for 25 long days before she was finally found and reunited with her loving family. Welcome home, Luna!
"I was on my way back from searching for a lost kitten, since I’m involved in Trap/Neuter/Release, when I saw a small dog walking in the middle of the road. I got out of the car and started running after her without much luck, until a delivery driver who was ahead of me managed to capture it. The poor dog was exhausted and thirsty since it was quite a hot day. Once I was able to give her water, she started to relax. I came home and posted her on Facebook in my circles and also made a found pet alert through PawBoost. Three hours later, I got a phone call from her owners and we arranged to meet. Half an hour later, they were happy campers, as the owner had been searching for about 4 hours. PawBoost is the reason this pup is back home and it worked great!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared this sweet pup's alert. After being in the care of her amazing finder for 3 hours, the finder was able to reunite this sweet girl with her family!
"Haley, our 18 year peek-a-poo, is deaf and has very bad vision. She got through a fence while we were away on vacation and ran off. Friends and family who were in the area at the time helped look for her, but couldn't find her anywhere. PawBoost was the medium that the people who found Haley used to put out the alert that Haley was found. The community then spread it to Nextdoor and Facebook, where I would see it. Haley was missing for 15 hours before we were reunited. The PawBoost community is so strong. We were mobilizing friends and family to make flyers and go door to door. PawBoost expedited the process and aligned everyone. Thank you!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Haley's alert. After going missing for 15 long hours, Haley was finally found and reunited with her loving pet parents! Welcome home, Haley!
"The backyard gate was accidently left open, so Jack went running! After searching the immediate area, I took to social media and made an alert through PawBoost with Jack’s picture. Later that afternoon, I thought I would check again and saw a message from a wonderful lady who said, “That dog has been running around my house all day.” Well, I thought it couldn’t be Jack. I was sure I’d never see him again. The lady only lived about half a mile away from me so I went to check it out, and lo and behold, it was my Jack! Jack was missing for 46 hours before we were reunited. PawBoost got our baby back!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Jack's alert. After going missing for 46 long hours, Jack was finally found and reunited with his loving pet parents! Welcome home, Jack!
"This pup set off our doorbell camera when we were away one weekend. We drove back, thinking it was our dog who had escaped. We arrived and walked around back to find the friendliest Rottweiler, who we easily leashed and kept in our fenced yard until the owner’s friend responded to our PawBoost alert. I do not have Facebook, but PawBoost allowed me to spread the word of the missing dog through local Facebook channels which directly allowed the owner’s friend to contact me through PawBoost. It took less than 24 hours to reunite this pup with his family. The dog was lost around mid-afternoon and we were contacted by the owner’s friend in the late morning of the following day. Those who don’t use or have social media can definitely benefit from using PawBoost. Thanks for the help."
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared this sweet pup's alert. Thanks to the care of his amazing finder, this cutie was reunited with his family in just 24 hours!
"Snickers ran away during a thunderstorm, which he had done in the past. This time he didn’t return. We think the storms, electrical transformers blowing, and gunshots in our area scared him farther and farther away. We received an email from someone on PawBoost stating they saw a dog that looked like Snickers, but she couldn’t stop to pick him up. We went there as soon as we could and her husband was there taking a video. He showed it to us and we confirmed that it was him. We went in that direction and saw him ourselves.
PawBoost was directly responsible for us being reunited. Snickers disappeared the week of July 4th and we found him on August 4th. We were out of town that week and a family member was looking after him. Several people reported on PawBoost saying they had seen a dog that looked like ours, and this last time, we were able to actually find him and bring him home!"
Spread the good news! Thank you to everyone who shared Snickers' alert. Snickers was missing for one very long month before he was finally found and reunited with his loving pet parents. Welcome home, Snickers!