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A lost cat or dog is a huge stress on you and the animal. Do not give up hope. Start by trying some of these ideas:

Download Flyer for Lost Pet

PETS911 – Start by checking on www.pets911.com. Pets911 is the local “lost and found” website for pets in Maricopa County.

POST FLYERS – Post your flyers in the immediate area where the pet was lost or found, at local grocery, drug and convenience stores, gas stations, the Post Office and anywhere there is a public bulletin board. Check with your local schools to see if you can post a flyer there, as well.

CHECK WITH your neighbors, your mail carrier and your paper delivery person to see if they have seen your pet — or recognize the pet you have found.

PLACE AN AD IN YOUR LOCAL NEWSPAPER. In most cases, your ad will be free if you have found a pet; you will probably have to pay to place an ad for your lost pet.

CALL your local veterinarians and veterinary hospitals to see if your pet has been injured and turned in for care.

VISIT each of the MCACC locations:

West Valley Animal Care Center: 2323 S. 35th Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85009 (35th Avenue/Durango)

East Valley Animal Care Center: 2630 W. 8th Street Mesa, AZ 85201 (8th Street/Loop 101)

VISIT each of the Arizona Humane Society’s locations:

1521 W. Dobbins Rd. Phoenix, AZ 85041
1311 W Hatcher Rd. Phoenix, AZ 85021

DO NOT CALL MCACC or AHS- you must physically visit them.

West Valley Animal Care Center: 2323 S. 35th Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85009 (35th Avenue/Durango)

East Valley Animal Care Center: 2630 W. 8th Street Mesa, AZ 85201 (8th Street/Loop 101)

VISIT each of the Arizona Humane Society’s locations:

1521 W. Dobbins Rd. Phoenix, AZ 85041

1311 W Hatcher Rd. Phoenix, AZ 85021

DO NOT CALL MCACC or AHS- you must physically visit them.