File a Lost or Found Pet ReportPlease read before submitting a Lost or Found report. 1. We operate 3 different Lost & Found databases: CATS, DOGS, and “OTHER Animals.”2. File a report by clicking the CATEGORY your pet falls under.3. Submit one form per each missing/found pet. Your submission can be viewed immediately in the online database, but can only be updated later by HSDC staff at your request. 4. Reports will be kept on file for 1 year, so DO NOT repost. To keep the focus on the pets still homeward bound, notify us as soon as you need your post removed.5. Including a PHOTO significantly increases the return-to-owner rate, especially with cats. We ask that you please, when possible, upload the picture WHEN you file the report. 6. If you can only send a picture by text message, or only have a printed version, contact us AFTER submitting your report so we can help you add the photo through other methods. Call (740) 369-7387 or contact us via email (preferably) at email@example.com 7. Use the "Update Existing L/F Report" form to UPDATE, DELETE, or ADD A PHOTO to a previously submitted report. (HSDC staff will then update your report within 1 -2 business days.) 8. You should also file a report with PetFBI.org and search their database. 9. HSDC may periodically send emails inquiring if your report is still active. To keep our database current, please LET US KNOW as soon as you no longer need our services. 10. Visit our "Searching Tips" page for helpful tips and important contact numbers to increase the pet's chances of making it home quickly and safely. 11. Reuniting pets is an important mission at HSDC and we've designed this database to put you in control of your search. If you'd like to support our Lost & Found program so we can continue to offer this FREE service, please consider making a donation (of any size) directly to our Lost & Found Fund. ADVISORY: HSDC will monitor all posts, but is not liable or responsible for any information posted. HSDC will remove any inappropriate material. (Please alert us if you notice something before we do!) Please exercise caution when meeting someone to do a pet exchange. When possible, please arrange to meet in a public location. If the person fails to bring the pet with them (or claims to know information about the whereabouts of your pet) but is seeking a "ransom", contact local law enforcement immediately.Keep searching...and keep the faith!
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