This weekly lost and found service networks displaced pets in the Northern part of Ohio. Most Lost & Found Friday columns here contain only pets from north of Columbus. To see pets lost and found all throughout the state of Ohio, please visit Lost & Found Ohio Pets on Facebook.
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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; date missing, area last seen, pet’s name – age – breed – and other distinguishing characteristics, contact information and a photo. The lost and found pets that appear in this article want to be reunited with their families! 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.
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