Lost a Pet? Found a Pet?
Every day, pets get separated from their owners. If you have lost or found a pet, please make a new post to our Lost and Found page. Although this is a great tool still call the shelter at (360) 577-0151 if you have found or lost a pet to make a report. All posts will be deleted after 14 days. Humane Society stray posts will be deleted after 3 days from when the animal comes in.
Lost Pet Tips
Every year, hundreds of pets get separated from their owners. We are here to save your pet from harm and hold them until you can come get them. There is a fee for recovering an impounded animal.
If you are missing a pet, here are some suggestions for finding it.
- Call the animal shelter at (360) 577-0151 to file a lost pet report.
- Call the Lost Pet line at (360) 425-7000
- Call the shelter office at (360) 577-0151 and visit the office to view the animals personally, as your description may not match the one we give the animals we find.
- Visit the shelter daily to look for your pet.
- Place a lost pet ad in the newspaper and check the listings for found pet ads.
- Check with nearby convenience store.
- Notify nearby veterinary clinics.
- Ask your postal person if they have seen your pet on their route.
- Ask your newspaper delivery person if they have seen your pet on their route.
- Search Craigslist
Last seen on E. Evergreen Blvd in Vancouver, Wa. Last August 4, 2019 He walk away after eat his meal I notice on film that he do not wear collar and tag! I just put new leather black but same tag. It was not loose collar, look like someone remove it? Male, chocolate point, Age is 4 1/2 years His tail is not straight. Little hook from birth His mama (Star) look depressed and not eat much. Not normal to us. Because they have been together since birth. She went to search him for few days till my friend saw her. And bring her to me. I am worry that she will search her son again Please let us know if dead or alive?
Oct 1st she went out before eating her breakfast and did not return. We live on the top of Currawong Ct on the West side of Pruneone Hill She is older and we are concerned for her. She is small..8lbs and slim Her coat looks different in her pictures….sometimes gray and sometimes brown. She does have orange streaks on her head going down to her nose. One of her right paws has pale orange marking. She is easily scared as she came to us 10 years ago as a stray. She likes to hide in garages. We miss her so much She usually rounds us all up to get up very early in the morning and also lets us know when it’s time to go to bed. She is also my companion outdoors when I am working in the yard….running around like a kitten and climbing trees!
Is this your dog, has a bluish rope dangling, carbiners and what looks like a shock collar on. Seems very curious about my dogs (fenced in) and would get close enough to touch me but wouldn’t let me get ahold of the collar. Male, blue eyes. Yelped like he was in pain a couple of times. Was just at my house on Niemi in West Longview then ran off. 10/7 @ 0950am. Seems to stay in this area, will put food and water out incase he is lost and try to catch him if he comes back. My husband saw him the other day and could not get a pic.
We are missing “Meeps,” a male gray tabby cat with a distinct “O” marking on his side. Meeps is polydactyl. (He has multiple toes on all paws. His front paws look like mittens because of the extra toes.) Last seen in the Lynnwood Drive/Columbia Heights area on September 25th. He disappeared while we were on a trip.
Zero is a three year old domestic short hair, very stocky, he could almost be mistaken for an elder kitten. He is a tiny bit shy at first, but then sweet and cuddly. Very vocal, with a very unique meow. He is missing from just behind kesler school in longview. His home is on 19th ave but he may have roamed a little. He is very loved and very missed by his mamas and great grandma.