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Found a Pet?WHEN YOU FIND AN ANIMAL IT IS NOT "FINDER'S KEEPERS"!!
If you find an animal, TELEPHONE local shelters, animal control, veterinarians, the police, etc. immediately--someone may have already reported it as lost. Make arrangements with the shelter to bring in the animal. The animal can be scanned for a microchip and possibly reunited with its family. Reporting an animal to animal control, veterinarians, and the police increases the possibility that the owner can be found and the animal successfully reunited with its family.
These contact numbers can be found on our IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS page.
You can put up posters, phone neighbors, and put a found pet ad in your local newspaper.
Do NOT assume the animal has been abused or abandoned if it is skittish, hand-shy, dirty, or matted it may have been on its own for sometime and has become a bit feral in trying to survive.
EXERCISE CAUTION when attempting to handle any animal with which you are not familiar. Dog and cat bites and scratches can cause serious injuries and disease.
REMEMBER DO THE RIGHT THING THIS ANIMAL MAY BE SOMEONE'S LOST AND BELOVED COMPANION