Lost Pet Resources

If you have lost your pet:

Read below for steps to take if your pet is lost, and be sure to fill out a Lost Pet report.

Have you lost a pet?

Submit a Lost Pet report.

Step One

If you have lost a pet, put out food, water, and its bed or an article of your clothing. There is a good chance that the pet will return.

Step Two

Fill out a Lost Pet Form. This is submitted directly to the shelter. All pets who come into the shelter are listed here. Additionally, pets not located at the shelter but reported as found by citizens are listed here. Keep an eye on the website.

Step Three

Spread the word! Print lost flyers. Post them around where your pet was last seen and go door to door. Flyers can also be taken to vet clinics and the police department. Post that your pet is missing on Petco Love LostPetFBIPawboost, Concerned Citizens of Cabot Lost and Found Pets Facebook page, and Arkansas Lost and Found Pets Network website.

A triple threat “facial recognition technology” designed to assist the public in three ways. Owners can upload photos of lost pets, a person can upload photos of pet they found, and shelters can upload all animals in their shelter. The software matches photos and then contacts all parties involved of the match. Software also shows potential adopters all the animals at a shelter.

Before your pet goes missing:

Step One

Have your pet microchipped!

If they are already microchipped, make sure that the information is up to date.

Pet Registries

Petco Love Lost

Take a good picture of your pet and create a profile on Petco Love Lost.

Michelson Found Animals

You will also want to make sure that your pet is registered on the following registries: My 24 Pet

If your pet is found, the finder can look up the microchip number and it will automatically send a text message, email, and phone call to the owner. WOW!

Cabot Animal Support Services Registry

If your pet is registered here, we can easily look up your contact information and reunify your family member!

Do you need a microchip? This can be done at any vet clinic or at the shelter. Microchips at the shelter are $25. Please call (501)843-2021 to schedule a microchip appointment.

Step Two

Collar and Tags

Make sure they have a collar with your contact
information either stitched onto the collar or on a tag.

Step Three

Make sure your pet has their city license.

First time escapees with a microchip and city license will qualify for our Free Ride Home program – if found, our animal control officers will bring them home free of charge.