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Your service is first class. The flyers and posters are excellent. Your website is easy to access and it is simple to close a report.
The posters were great. The flyers were the best and the doors I knocked said they would keep the flyers with the phone number on. The people who found her rang because of the flyer delivered to them that afternoon! I would not have had her back so quickly if it hadn’t been for the flyers and our effort to get round as many houses as possible. Thank you so much.
Black and white Domestic short-haired cat
Eaton Road, Handbridge, Chester CH4 7EN, UK
Grey, black and white cat
Maldon Road, Burnham-on-Crouch CM0 8NS, UK
Black Domestic long-haired cat
Mill Hill, Shoreham-by-Sea BN43 5TH, UK
White Himalayan rabbit
Lumberd Road, Abingdon OX14 2QG, UK
Beige and fluffy mane rabbit
Ginger and white Domestic short-haired cat
Allard, Tamworth B77 2RA, UK
London NW1 8HE, UK
Tabby Domestic short-haired cat
Vincent Lane, Dorking RH4 3HE, UK
Black and White cat
Skye, East Kilbride, Glasgow G74 2BX, UK
Grey/White Lionhead rabbit
Mendip Close, Cheltenham GL52 5DS, Regatul Unit
Blue Smoke British Shorthair cat
Grange Park, Bishop's Stortford, UK
The Murray, East Kilbride, Glasgow, UK
We operate a database of lost and found pets in the UK that's available 24/7. Search by species, location, colour and time
Report a pet that belongs to you that is lost or has been stolen.
Read more about how we can help.
If you've found a stray pet - the chances are, its owner is looking for it.
The best thing you can do is report it to us. This is a FREE service.
Register your pet as missing and we'll log it in our database and create a dedicated, search-engine optimised, mobile friendly web page for your pet that contains key details about your pet, where it was last seen and how to contact you.
Our searchable, localised database of lost and found pets is publicly accessible 24/7, so if anyone finds your pet - they can find your details and get in touch.
In addition to listing your missing pet on the internet, we send your missing pet report out any organisations that might come into contact with your pet. Vets, rescue centres, animal charities and local authorities who are signed up to our PetWatch™ Alerts in your area will all be alerted.
We also have thousands of PetWatch™ Volunteers who will keep a look out for any pets we tell them about in the local area.
A great deal of pets are reunited with their owners thanks to the internet, but it's equally important to get the word out on the streets in your neighbourhood with posters and flyers.
Sometimes it's hard to know what details to include on a lost pet poster - and it can be even harder if you're in a panic. We can take care of it all for you and email a poster and a flyer direct to your inbox for you to print out.
When a pet goes missing, it's usually somewhere within the local area. So it's important to spread the word as quickly as possible both in your local area and online. And we can help you with both.
We will send an email alert with your missing pet's details to vets, rescues and volunteers in your area within 1 hour of your report being approved.
You need to get out there and spread the word in you neighbourhood, so we can create ready-made posters and flyers for you and email them directly to your inbox ready for you to print at home and distribute straight away.
We will create a search engine optimised dedicated web page for your missing pet with a photo, location map and all the key details about your pet. Search engines crawl the website everyday and our pages rank very highly in Google.
It's a sad fact there are some nasty people out there and publishing your phone number on the internet might mean you start getting unwanted phone calls. We can provide you with a disposable phone number that routes calls and texts invisibly to your phone. We publish this phone number online instead of yours.
Social Media has proven to be very effective way to spread the word about your missing pet, but it can be chaotic and unorganised. We provide you with links to share your missing pet report easily on social media. Having a single point of contact to share means people will always be able to reach you.
You can search our database of lost and found pets in your area anytime, 24 hours a day. Sometimes a pet can be transported out of the local area, so you can search the whole country too.
Need to look up a report you've seen on a poster? Enter the reference number below:
Until mid 2017, we operated a lost and found pet service just for Oxfordshire, but now we've expanded our missing pet service to the whole of the UK.
Here's a list of all the counties that we're currently active in:
Sign up to receive our PetWatch™ Alerts and you could help other pet owners in
area in their hour of need just by giving us your postcode and email address.
When a pet is reported lost or found nearby, we'll send you an email alert with the pet's details.
If you've seen the pet we're looking for while you're out and about - you can let us know! In some cases, you could even earn a reward.
You can unsubscribe from our PetWatch™ Alerts at any time.