Dane County Lost Pet Search - Can use info for any location
- Have you lost your pet? Search online to see if your missing pet was taken to the Dane County Humane Society. Every few days, do a walk through to see if was turned in, especially if you see a cat with similar markings. Email them a photo of your pet and crucial details like sex, age, location, personality, chip, collar, etc. Send email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line Find My Pet and it will be entered in their database.
- A comprehensive guide of local resources for finding your lost cat.
- Lost cats of Wisconsin facebook page to put up your lost cat, generate flyers and network and an excellent handout on how to look for your lost cat.
- You can also generate a flyer through Pawboost. They have facebook groups for major cities, where lost pets are posted. This is one for Madison, WI.
- Check with your neighborhood association and see if they have an email listserv. Also post the pet on Nextdoor for your neighborhood and surrounding area
- Advertise on Facebook, Craigslist and your local newspaper, as well as at local businesses and vet clinics
- This lost cat guide from Cat in the Bag has tips where cats tend to hide and ways to find them.
- Another lost cat behavior guide with very useful downloadable tips from Missing Pet Partnership and tips for bright and noticeable flyers
- Microchip help if the info on the found animal's chip is not accurate. As a pet owner, keep your chip registration current if you move or rehome a pet. Some microchip companies charge a fee for change of info and some do a lifetime fee so that you can inform them of changes at any time during the life of the pet. Please look over your microchip information to make sure everything is up to date.