Check here if you found an animal that is not yours or if you have lost you loved animal. We may be able to put you in contact with the owner who is desperately looking for their loved one or the person who found your pet. If you have contacted us with the lost or found pet, please let us know if the pet has been returned to the loving family so that caring people aren’t still out looking for them, by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Hi my husky named Mia (meea) got lose this AM and I am actively searching for her but she is very fast. If you catch her please call me. She is very important to us, and we cannot afford any fees. She is up to date on everything and is in no way violent but shes unlikely to allow anyone but my fiance to approach her. Please call if you see her. My name is Xanadu she is my fiance Kevin Hinkels baby.
Please help us find Ottis!
A female white, medium to long haired cat was found on the 100 block of 10th Avenue North. She has a collar but no tag, and she appears to be an indoor cat. The above number is the Alpha Media Radio Station number, please ask for Noah if this is your cat, and I will get you in touch with the person who found your cat.
A beautiful Brown Pitbull was found at Fareway today, December 11th. He is intact, but had no collar or microchip. He is currently at Town & Country Vet.
Off-white 10 lb. maltipoo named Sunny is missing from NW Fort Dodge (Bobtown). She got out an opened backyard gate at 1:28 pm Saturday, 11/30.
She is 14 years old, mostly deaf and is wearing a purple bandana and ID tags. She is microchipped. She takes 6 pills daily for her heart and desperately needs her heart meds!!!
Please check your open garages, sheds, etc. especially in northwest Fort Dodge!! Call or text (303) 960-7735 or email email@example.com.
Lisa Negus. Thank you!
Found intact male brown/silver/black tiger stripe, on 170th st approximately 3 miles east of Fort Dodge. Very friendly sweet kitty! Please email if he is yours or you know who he might belong to.
A female dog was lost on October 4th, 2019, in the Coleman District. Her family is missing her very much!
A female, black and tan German Shepherd mix was found in the 1200 block of 17th Street Southwest in Fort Dodge. She has a collar but she is not microchipped.