The Lost & Found Friday column networks displaced pets from Ohio areas north of Columbus. To see pets lost and found all throughout the state of Ohio, please visit Lost & Found Ohio Pets on Facebook.
Please be sure to view the photos 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.
Over the past week, Marne, a dog missing for ten months from Geneva, Ohio was finally found and reunited with her family. They never gave up looking for her and made wide use of online resources to network her.
Today's Tip: Make use of online resources
Social media is a great way to network your lost or found pet. In addition to Lost & Found Ohio Pets, there are many other lost pets pages on Facebook. The most recent addition is The Furry Pet Lost & Found, which focuses on pets lost and found in Greater Cleveland.
There are also:
- Northeast Ohio Lost & Found Pets
- Ohio Lost & Found Pet Portal
- Northeast Ohio Animal Network
- Lost Dogs/Cats in Cincinnati & Northern Kentucky
- Bringing Marne Home
- Lost & Found Animals in Ohio
- Dayton Ohio & surrounding area lost & found pets
- Northeast Ohio lost/found pets
- Lost pets Youngstown Ohio
- Findlay Ohio lost & found pets
- Missing PETS of Butler & surrounding counties, OHIO
There are many more that are county specific, just type your county (or neighboring county) into the search bar with the word 'lost' and if there is a page established for your area, it will appear in the drop down menu. The same is true of other states, and those pages that network animals nationwide.
The lost and found pets that appear in these articles 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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