Lost a Pet
We are sorry to hear about your lost pet. Please contact The SPCA for Monterey County with a description of your pet using the links below. You can also call us at 831-373-2631. We strongly recommend visiting us and your local shelter in person to search for your lost pet. Keep in mind that we are not the only shelter in Monterey County, so we recommend contacting all local shelters to find your lost pet. Find the contact information for your town’s animal shelter (keep in mind your pet could have crossed city or county lines).
You can also use the search feature below to see pets currently in our care. Please remember that visiting in person is always best.
WHAT TO DO IF YOU LOST YOUR PET
Fill out our report form (see above) and call (831) 373-2631 or email us
Please contact us with a description of your pet and the time and area from which he or she disappeared. If you have a current photo, please send it in the online report form (above). We strongly recommend visiting us and your local shelter in person to search for your lost pet. You can also click here to see a list of animal control and non-emergency police contact numbers, find the contact information for your town’s pet shelter, and virtually search our shelter for your lost pet.
There are numerous places where people post lost and found pets on social media. Unfortunately, sometimes people don’t realize they should also report those pets to our local shelters. We recommend searching as many of these places as you can, and more as new resources can pop up daily. Recruit your friends and family to help search online, too! Some of these places include:
Tips for Finding Lost Pets
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