The number of registered
animals is growing every day
Published: Oct 29, 2020
Every day many pet owners have to deal with their animals going missing. There are several possible reasons for this – your pet could have run away in panic or in search of adventure. It could have strayed too far away while on a walk, chasing a wild animal in the forest, for example, and was unable to find its way back. Or, it could have been stolen. No matter what the reason is, the most important thing is to keep your cool and not let your emotions take the wheel, and to immediately start searching.
If your pet has gone missing, has run away or has been stolen, you should quickly take steps in order to help you find it!
HERE ARE SEVERAL TIPS:
● Inform your local veterinary clinics, shelters and other animal care organisations and institutions about your problem.
● Put up lost pet posters in your area, offering a reward for finding your animal – this will draw more attention to your problem. In addition, you can post your ad online, including on websites dedicated to finding missing animals.
● Report your pet going missing using the WORLDPETNET ALERT PET IS LOST system by clicking on the button below. In order to do so, you need to create a user account or be logged in if you already have one. Fill out the MISSING ANIMAL REPORT FORM to make it visible to everyone across the globe. Copy the link to the ALERT PET IS LOST report and post it on your social media profiles. This will help the search process even more.
NOTE: Remember to add photos of your pet to both make identifying it easier and to speed up the search process.
We know that a pet going missing is always a heavy blow and a reason to be worried. However, we believe you should act quickly, which is why we encourage you to add information about your missing dog or cat to the WORLDPETNET platform, whose purpose is to help pet owners with finding their animals, thus reducing the number of homeless animals out there. Please contact us if you have any questions about how to register a missing pet, and we will be happy to clarify any doubts!
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