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 city where the animal was found entry to see the details of the animal and location in which it was found. Photos will not be included in the reports.

Entries for Found Pet Report

City where the animal was found. Date found Time animal was found Where was the animal found? Type of animal Additional comments
Kenansville 10/10/2019 08:00 am Kenansville local Dump on Canoe Creek Rd cat Cat is still at Dump. In Very Bad physical condition. The front paws are grossly swollen. It is very vocal and eyes are bright but It wants to be pet, but hisses when you get too close.
Kissimmee 10/02/2019 07:30 pm Street cat Possibly injured. Difficulty walking and can’t sit down all the way. Very affectionate
Kissimmee 10/08/2019 12:00 am Dasha palm drive dog  
Kissimmee 10/09/2019 04:30 pm Osceola Pkwy and Poinciana Blvd dog We posted the lost dog report
Kissimmee 10/10/2019 06:00 pm White oak circle dog  
Kissimmee 10/12/2019 09:15 am Pleasant hill road and pine needle trail other  
Lake Nona 10/09/2019 04:00 pm Boggy Creek Road dog He is white with a light brown head and black spots
Saint cloud 10/09/2019 06:00 pm Mississippi ave cat  
Saint Cloud 10/11/2019 09:30 pm Massachusetts Avenue and 8th Street dog  
St.Cloud 10/02/2019 07:00 am HIBISCUS RD & 192 dog  

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.