The weather in Ohio has gotten colder and the holiday season has begun. Unfortunately, that is sometimes not a very good time for pets, who may run out of their homes when visitors come calling, or through gates when deliveries are made, or who are stolen out of yards to serve as holiday gifts. Lost & Found Ohio Pets reports that there are more than 380 lost pets in Ohio at last count, and they clarify that there are many more that they do not know about.
Please be sure to view the photos of displaced pets and details in the list attached to each article.
If you have lost your pet or found a stray animal, please contact the Cleveland Pets Examiner or Lost & Found Ohio Pets with all of the information. The more information the better! Be sure to include date missing, area last seen, pet’s name – age – breed – and other distinguishing characteristics. Don't forget to provide contact information and a photo.
The lost and found pets that appear in this article want to be reunited with their families, and their families are looking for them! Remember, the found pets here that end up in shelters will only get a three day hold grace period, and after that they can be euthanized! If you see a pet in the list that is missing from your area, please keep on the lookout, and please continue to share with your friends.
The Cleveland Pets Examiner runs a Lost & Found Friday column each week. Check the list every Friday here in the Cleveland Pets column and share it with others who you think may be able to help or network the information.
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