The following are the found pet reports filed by citizens during the last 10 days.

If you find what you believe is your lost animal here, you must first submit a lost pet report, if you have not done so, by clicking the link below.

Submit a lost pet report

You will be contacted by a staff member if your lost pet report matches with a found pet report below. Understand that, if you come to claim your pet, you will be required to show proof of ownership, such as the pet’s license or vaccination records.

Click on the date that the animal was found to see the details of the animal and location in which it was found.

Displaying 26 - 50 of 50

Displaying 26 - 50 of 50

Click on the date to see detailsType of animalCity where the animal was found.Color(s)
11/12/2022dogKissimmeeTan and white
11/10/2022dogKissimmeeBrindle
11/10/2022dogKissimmeeTan
11/10/2022dogKissimmeeBlack and white
11/10/2022dogKissimmeeGray and white
11/10/2022dogSt. CloudBlack, brown, grey
11/10/2022dogKISSIMMEEBlack and brown
11/08/2022catKissimmeeSolid gray with white belly and paws
11/09/2022dogKissimmeeGrey white black
11/08/2022dogKissimmeeWhite and brown
11/06/2022catKissimmeeMulti
11/07/2022dogKissimmeeGrey/black
11/06/2022dogKissimmeeBrindle
11/05/2022dogSaint CloudBlack, with white and speckles of brown on the tail and feet
11/04/2022dogSt cloudBlack
11/04/2022dogEagle lakeBlack white
10/25/2022dogWinter SpringsWhite and Brown
11/03/2022dogKissimmeeWhite/ yellow
11/02/2022dogSaint CloudBlack and white
11/02/2022dogSaint CloudTan
11/02/2022dogKissimmeeWhite
11/01/2022dogKissimmeewhite
11/02/2022dogSaint CloudBrown and white
11/02/2022catSaint CloudWhite, black, and orange
10/20/2022dogKissimmeeShades of brown w/white color
Click on the date to see detailsType of animalCity where the animal was found.Color(s)

Please note: There are fees associated with reclaiming any pet if it is brought to the shelter as a stray. These fees are based on a number of factors including;

  • how many days the pet has been at the shelter,

  • rabies vaccination and licensing status,

  • intact versus spayed/neutered.