Help reunite more lost pets with their families!
With the PawBoost app you can view, share, and report lost & found pets. You can also choose to get notified when a local pet is lost or found near you, and contact the owner or finder with helpful information. :)
Ratings and Reviews
Lost Pets Now Only Goes Back 3 Months
For the most part I like the new changed and haven’t had any issues until just very recently. FOUND cats go to 11 months. LOST cats only shows up to 3 months (that was only 1 cat; 2 months had quite a few). I’ve paid a lot to keep whatever alerts going out. I wish we were copied on the alerts they mail out locally as it seems the vets didn’t see the posters until I took them personally. My cat has been missing almost 16 months. I guess it’s time to pay to see him show up again. I do update his lost info every few months also.
Spread the word !
Today I lost a part of me. My fur babe Lola. She’s a rescue Pitbull. Lola is one of a kind. She doesn’t ask for anything but your companion. If you leave her to go to the store, work, etc she freaks out...even when she’s on potty break she goes crazy. She was severely neglected and abused by her first owner so she suffers from chronic separation anxiety. Today on her potty break she broke my fence and disappeared. I though I’d never see her again. I put a post up on my local neighborhood app and two hours later a kind neighbor told me about this app. In less than a minute I had found her! Another kind family took her home and immediately posted a found pet on this app. She’s back home safe, warm, and happy. I don’t have words to describe how thankful I am for apps like these and for those who post found pets!! Definitely worth having on your phone!!
Stuart is home
So I am a resident of Colorado. We moved from Az July 27th. Stuart decided to take a chance and jump from our second story balcony to explore new terrain.
By the second day he had left us, I was having visions of all kinds of terrible things. I posted everywhere via FB. Called the shelters locally. To no avail I felt like Stuart had fallen into the bottom of a well. 😪. I was resolved to let my beloved Stuart go.
I tried one more time via #pawboost. It was seen by an FB user who has the love to help.
She connected me to another post (not pawboost, but rather a post is a “found” cat. Low and behold I saw a pic of Stuart.
He is home. I cannot frame into words what this human did for me and my family in connecting us with someone via SM and pawboost. It is very emotional. But a very happy ending! Xo with a grateful heart. The Lodge’s Aurora Colorado
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.