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Missing and found pets

It is so difficult to lose a loved one, specially when you do not know what has happened to your beloved.

We are sharing as many posts on missing pets or  pets found by good people and are fostering them or reported them on Facebook to help the furbabies get home.

We do hope the suffering of both owners and pets will end soon, and they will be reunited.

Missing Pets

Missing and found pets

Brielle Caden is looking for her brown/white toy poodle THEA. This female dog has been missing since May 20.

Please contact Brielle at (0998) 424 3916.

"Some have said it is possible someone got my dog and sold her to someone. Please contact me if she was sold to you or you have seen her, " Brielle pleaded. 

Missing and found pets

Honey Arollado Guanco has been looking for her dog since March 21, 2017. She has not lost hope even after two years. 

The dog was last seen in Kasunduan, in Quezon City.

The possible areas the dog could have passed by are Batasan, Congress,Riverside, Litex,  or COA.

Honey has checked the pound but her dog was not there.

The dog was rescued by Honey way back in 2015 from the barangay pound. He was caught by the dog catcher and no one claimed him, thus Honey adopted him.

Honey is willing to give a reward.  Please contact her in Facebook. 

Missing and found pets

Found dog

 Lorraine Joy Cartagenas reported that  they saw a shih tzu running aimlessly on the street. She and her companions decided to get the dog and bring the dog home.

Someone tried to claim the dog but this person can not show proof of ownership. The person also does not know the dog’s name, thus they did not give the dog and continued to share her post about the dog to be able to find the real owner.  

Please contact Lorraine in Facebook if you are the owner. 

Topics: Missing and found pets
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