Reuniting Precious Lost-and-Found Pets With Their Loving Owners
SINCE NOVEMBER 2014
1,955+ PETS HAVE BEEN REUNITED WITH THEIR OWNERS
A L E R T!
Pet Posse has been open every day, 7 days a week, consistently since November 8, 2014. After 1,411 consecutive days, and almost 2,000 reunitements, it is time for a well-earned vacation. We will be closed to all services September 20 through October 4, 2018, and back online October 5 at 8:00 a.m., as usual.
During our two-week hiatus, you must depend on each other, social media, and the few resources available on the Peninsula. We appreciate your support and understanding. For your convenience, here are local phone numbers:
CITY OF PORT ANGELES
City Police Dept: 360.452.4545
CITY OF SEQUIM
Animal Control: 360.681.3431
CITY OF FORKS
Lost and Found: 360.374.3332 (message)
Shelter: 360.374.2223 ext. 4
CLALLAM COUNTY ANIMAL CONTROL: 360.417.2459
OLYMPIC PENINSULA HUMANE SOCIETY: 360.457.8206
Port Angeles Pet Posse is an all-volunteer group that works with owners to find their lost pets or found pets looking for their “lost” owners. Pet Posse volunteers are unpaid, donating their time because we know how heartbreaking it is when a family pet is lost. Pet Posse intends to be there for you the next time it occurs. We have a team of volunteers who can be activated with one phone call. Whomever answers will get a complete description of your pet, the area last seen, the name of the pet, and any special characteristics searchers should be aware of. We have a local veterinarian who will help with emergency care if a rescued pet is injured during their romp. Likewise, we hope someone will volunteer who can provide foster care when a pet is found but the owner cannot be contacted immediately. We do not charge to help search for a missing pet but as a 501(c)3 non-profit, we are reliant on sponsorships and donations to fund our programs, services, and operating expenses.
If you have a missing pet and would like our help, call 360-775-5154 between 8am and 8pm. All cases require an intake and calling us is the fastest way to get our volunteers helping to reunite you with your pet. For more information about what we do, CLICK HERE.