One of our most rewarding services is reuniting lost pets with their families. We maintain records of animals, both lost and found, and compare them with incoming stray animals, reports from other shelters, ads in area newspapers and Internet lost & found connections. This free service brings many cherished pets home to their families each year. Please act quickly, as the more time that passes, the more difficult it becomes to reunite you with your lost pet. Regardless of the time frame, though, do not hesitate to look!
Check whether the animal is either your lost pet or a pet that you have found.
Date the animal was lost or found.
Date you are reporting the animal lost or found to CAP
Address or intersection where the pet was lost or found.
Upload a picture of the lost or found pet. Photos may be no larger than 1mb in size.
Give the animal's breed if known or best guess (ie - for dogs, Pomeranian or Labrador Mix, or for cats, American Shorthair Tabby or Siamese)
Separate multiple colors with a comma.
Add any remarks about scars, unusual markings, different eye colors, etc. which may help identify the pet.
Enter the pet parent's, finder's or primary contact's first and last name.
Citizens for Animal Protection 17555 Katy Freeway Houston, Texas 77094 Telephone: 281.497.0591 Fax: 281.497.1537