If you have lost your pet, please complete a Lost Pet form and review resources to help you find your pet on our Lost My Pet page.
If you have found a lost pet, please complete a Found Pet form and review the steps you must take on our Found A Pet page.
Although it is not ideal or popular, at this time we are asking the public to leave found animals in place, as they may be close to home. If you are able to safely secure a dog and provide for its care while looking for the owner, please do so. Always check pets for ID if you are able to do so safely. Remember, you can bring a found pet to a local shelter or veterinarians office to have it scanned for a microchip.
If you find kittens who are alone, determine if the mother has abandoned them. She could be looking for food or hiding nearby. The only way to determine this is to wait. Leave the kittens alone and observe from a distance or a hidden spot. Often she will return within a few hours. Be patient. Kittens that are being cared for will seem healthy and content. If you choose to take in kittens, please review our Finding Motherless Kittens document for information on caring for kittens.
If you need additional assistance or help completing the forms on our website, our staff will be happy to assist you at 925-608-8400.