Reuniting lost and found pets in Manatee & Sarasota Counties

in partnership with Lost and Found Pets 941

LOST PET SERVICES, INC. IS A NONPROFIT SECTION 501(C)(3) TAX-EXEMPT ORGANIZATION, IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE REGISTRATION REQUIREMENTS OF CHAPTER 496, FLORIDA STATUTES, THE SOLICITATION OF CONTRIBUTIONS ACT ( REGISTRATION #CH51145).

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For those who didn't find their way home . . .

One of Lost Pet Services main goals is to help reduce the number of strays brought into our already overcrowded shelters.  

 

Here you will find some of those pets whose owners were never found them.  LEADS SRQ in Sarasota County and The Furry Friends of Manatee County  both are 100% volunteer organizations that work with our local shelters to find these pets homes.

The Furry Friends of Manatee County works hard to place strays from the Manatee County area into loving homes.

In Sarasota County, LEADsrq works hard to place strays whose owners were never found into loving homes.

 

When it comes time for a new addition to your family,

consider one of these pets who never made it back home.

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DO YOU NEED TO MAKE A LOST OR FOUND PET REPORT?

 

Go to our Lost Pet Form .    By submitting this form, you are giving consent for Lost Found Pets 941 to post the information you include (your phone number and email address) on LostFoundPets941 Facebook page. This will help facilitate the possible reunion of a lost pet with their owner plus it will generate a free flyer for you to share.

 

TROUBLE UPLOADING THE PHOTOS?

 

If you are having trouble uploading the found pet's photo on the form, please forward to Patty@LostFoundPets941.com .  

 

A good picture, preferably a full body picture of the pet is important for our posts on flyers and our Facebook group page.