These lost and found reports, as well as information on the strays who come into Animal Services, are posted in the photo albums of our Lost & Found Pets Facebook page on Tuesday-Saturday.
You can find information on stray pets who have entered the Shelter in the last 4 days at https://jointanimalservices.org/reclaim-a-pet/. There is also a recording of lost pets who have entered the Shelter in the last 4 days, which you can reach by calling (360)352-2510 option 5. The website is updated hourly and the phone list is updated daily.
If a description sounds REMOTELY like your pet, contact the Shelter to schedule a time to see the animal. Approximately 100 animals, including many purebreds, come through the Shelter each week and many pets look alike. Owners are best at identifying their own pets, so you must identify your pet in person.
Completing a Lost/Found report gives the public a description from which they can attempt to match a pet they have seen or taken in while they search for the owner. We offer the Lost and Found Pet books/albums as a public service. Shelter staff do not regularly check the books against the current shelter population.
If your pet was lost in Tenino, Rainier, Bucoda, or outside Thurston County, check with their shelters, as they have other kenneling arrangements.
We keep the Lost and Found pet reports on file for 1 month.
If, after 1 month, your pet is still missing, please file a new form.
Please be informed that by posting this report you are giving your consent to make certain private information available for public viewing and are acknowledging that you are the owner/finder of the pet. If you are not the owner/finder, you acknowledge that you have permission/consent from the owner/finder to submit this form. This would include photo, name, phone number and/or email address.