If you've lost a cat, dog, rabbit, bird, tortoise or any other pet …
… Pets Located will automatically and continually check the 'Found Pets' list and e-mail you with potential matches, 24 hours a day – every single day.
By registering your lost pet with us, you can take advantage of the many services provided by Pets Located such as: (click on the for more information)
Automatic checking of your lost pet's details against all registered found pets – 24 hours a day – UK-wide
Automatic e-mail notifications of potential matches – we continually search so you don't have to
Check if messages you've sent have been read
Automatic reminders sent for unread messages – if you've sent a message and it hasn't been read after 24 hours, we automatically send a reminder to the Finder to remind them there's a message waiting
Your missing pet's details are immediately e-mailed out via our 'Pet Alerts' system as soon as your registration is complete. An e-mail with your pet's details (and photo, if added) is automatically sent to everyone signed up for Pet Alerts for your type of pet within their chosen radius
Your pet's details are tweeted to over 12,600 followers as soon as your registration is complete. This includes a large number of people working with lost and found pets themselves. We also have 6,000 followers on Facebook who regularly share the information with other people and animal organisations
Easy to share your lost pet listing through a large number of social media options such as Facebook, Linked-In, Twitter and lots more
Free, downloadable 'Lost Pet' poster
Ability to mark pets as 'no match' – so you don't keep looking at the same ones
Pets Located is fully Search Engine optimised to ensure high placings for pets lost and found in all locations
7,312 Found pets currently active on the database waiting to be matched against your Lost pet
You are also welcome to manually search our database of cats, dogs and many other pets which have been found or handed in to local rescue centres, animal welfare organisations, vets and dog wardens. This will provide you with a good overview of the 'found' pets which are listed on this website.