This handsome guy was posted on our Pet FBI Ohio Facebook page as a found cat. We suggested to the Good Sam to file a report for him on our database and also do a search for him in the Lost Cat category.
Good Sam was able to locate his family thanks to our database! We now know his name is Verde and he was found after 3 months and 7 months from home! REUNITED
Angus from Reynoldsburg REUNITED with his family thanks to the Pet FBI Ohio Facebook page!
Angus had been missing for 2 weeks when his Dad asked us to post him again. This time his post caught the eye of our Pet FBI Ohio friend Amanda who recognized Angus!
Angus had been hanging out in her neighborhood 3 miles away! The neighborhood had not been on Dad’s radar yet, so he rushed over to distribute flyers. Within an hour he received the call he had been waiting for! A Good Sam had been caring for Angus and she said he had made himself right at home. LOL
REUNITED after 15 days and 3 miles from home!
Isaac had been missing for 3 weeks and his Mom was beginning to lose hope.
While out of town for July 4 she received a text pic from a Good Sam. It was Isaac!!
He was found 3.5 miles from home! He was reunited with his family thanks to his Mom filing a report for him on our database and then the Good Sam checking to look for him.
Phil the cockatiel from Upper Arlington reunited thanks to the Pet FBI database!
Phil had been in the backyard of our Pet FBI Ohio friend Carisa when he decided to land on her arm to really get her attention. Carisa checked the database in the Lost Bird category and there was Phil’s report that his Mom had filed for him!
After Phil was reunited with his family, he sent us a message via our Pet FBI Ohio Facebook page. Please see below:
Hi! My name is Phil. Thanks to a wonderful person who saw me missing on Pet FBI, I have been found and returned to my owner!! I was gone for 4 days in Upper Arlington, but I landed on a nice person who checked Pet FBI and found and returned me to my owner! I was about 3 miles from home. I am so glad to be back home.
The dog’s name is Leluja as is hallelujah. She is not my dog. I work for a fire department in Dublin, Ohio. She was found walking down a busy street near the firehouse with no tags and a civilian pulled over in their car, grabbed her, and brought her to the firehouse.
I found the cat on my porch in early March, 2013. There are many strays in the neighborhood, but they tend to be very skittish. When I made eye contact with this cat, however, she came running over to me. She was very friendly and excitedly ate the cat food I gave her. Because of this behavior, I had a feeling that the cat belonged to someone and was lost.
I went online and searched on a few websites, including Pet FBI, to see if I could find a report of a lost cat matching her description. The date on the search page of Pet FBI had been automatically set to the beginning of the year (January 1, 2013), so I searched from that date to the present date. A couple of days later, with no responses to my “found” post, I extended my search back two months into the previous year.
Sometime in June, Man and his female companion, Spider, ran off. Spider came back three days later with buckshot wounds. Man’s family was in despair but Man’s Mom never gave up hoping and kept checking the PET FBI’s Found Reports for golden retrievers.
You may have seen, way back in March, a TV spot with Gary Somerset on Channel 6 about PET FBI. They interviewed a couple from Dublin whose five-year old Akita had run off two months before. They were heartbroken and desperate to have her back and had posted a report on our web site. Recently, they gave up hope and acquired a Great Pyrenees.
I received a call on Saturday night from a young woman, who had seen me out searching all week and had befriended Beatrice. She rents, was not allowed to have pets, often holds her neighbors’ cat on her lap, and was outside when Beatrice showed up in need of a friend. The neighbor’s children gave Beatrice a hot dog and milk. The young woman told me that she was going out of town on Sunday. She knew how hard I had tried to find Beatrice and refused to accept a reward.