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Website Helps Lost Pets Return Home

HeLPHas your pet ever slipped out while you carried groceries in or has the leash slipped your hand as a squirrel crossed your path? Then you know that sick feeling of helplessness. Now Helping Lost Pets (HeLP) provides a web-based community that helps bring more pets back home. It’s FREE to join and use, and allows you to map where a pet was lost or found.

Sign up to become part of the HeLP network neighborhood pet watch!

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Why It Matters

Many stray pets do not find their way home because their owners simply do not find them. Increasing the number of pets returning home will not only create many more happy reunions but will also reduce the number of pets euthanized due to lack of space. According to the ASPCA, 2.5 – 3.5 million strays enter US Shelters every year. Less than 2% of cats and 20% of dogs are claimed by their owners. allows a quick and easy search of pets everywhere. According to site developer Rob Goddard:

Our website is map based and totally free to use. When a pet is listed as lost or found, email alerts are sent to our members in the area. The more members we have, the more pets will get back home. Our immediate task is to grow the membership of our website. We are working to bring shelters on board to list their stray pets.

As of this writing, nearly 7,000 members have joined, as have 300+ organizations. Together, they have listed 14,569 lost pets. And it works to get the word out! After 3 weeks and a massive search effort, this Jack Russell Terrier named Bentley is back home. As you can see, his owner is very relieved and grateful.


Join the HeLP network today. It saves lives!

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About Author

Kim CluneKim Clune co-founded Be the Change for Animals in May of 2010 to coalesce the online community of enthusiastic animal advocates. Acting locally, Kim co-founded Dog House Adoptions to serve stray dogs and often heal people of New York’s Capital Region through the bond of unconditional love. She also celebrates many special human/animal connections through her personal blog, This One Wild Life, writing, photographing and sharing videos since 2009.View all posts by Kim Clune →

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