Lost Pets

Losing your pet can be scary. PCAS is here to help guide you through the process of being reunited with your best friend.

Where Do I Start?

  • Check with veterinarians and groomers in the area to see if anyone has brought a pet matching yours in to be scanned for a microchip
  • Contact your pet's microchip company and make sure their information is up to date and report them missing
  • Create a report at Finding Rover, FidoFinder or TabbyTracker
  • Create missing pet flyers and hang them up in your community
  • Visit PCAS to look for your lost pet

Finding Rover Lost Pets

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Check Finding Rover and Petango daily to see if your pet is at our facility. All our pets are available to be viewed on Petango and their profile appears as soon as we complete their intake. If you think a pet listed on our site is yours, please come to the shelter and see them in person.

Lost/Found Cats:

The shelter does not typically accept stray & feral cats as there is no leash law for cats in the county. Cats that are accepted must meet one or more of the below listed criteria:

  • Cats found outside that are declawed (front, back or both)
  • Sick/Injured
  • Too Young/Too Old to fend for themselves
  • Cats that have bitten or scratched a person