The heart of this web site is our interactive database of lost and found
Ohio pets. Over 36,000 lost and found reports have been submitted since 1998. Most are for Franklin County (Columbus area) where PET FBI is best known,
but there are many reports for almost all other Ohio counties as well.
THE PET FBI DATABASE OF LOST AND FOUND OHIO PETS
A REPORT FOR A PET THAT YOU HAVE LOST
A REPORT FOR A PET THAT YOU HAVE FOUND
MODIFY OR INACTIVATE A REPORT THAT YOU HAVE PREVIOUSLY SUBMITTED
Once you have submitted a lost or found
report you will automatically be directed to a page with lots of useful
tips and advice and a template for creating a pre-formatted lost or found
If you experience any problems with our database,
please contact us and a volunteer will assist you.
Click here to send us an email message
Voice Mail :
614 675 - 1305
Snail Mail: PET FBI 5657 Godown Road
Columbus OH 43235
NINE LIVES INSTEAD OF NINE
the number of Delaware County free-roaming cats altered by Pet FBI OUTREACH in
2012 in addition to dozens more in Franklin. Thanks to grant support from
PetSmart Charities and the Kenneth A Scott Charitable Trust (A Key Bank Trust)
our spay/neuter/TNR OUTREACH team was able to assure a better life for 728
kitties and prevent the birth of thousands of unwanted kittens.
Grant support covers only about a third of our vet bills. YOUR support is vital.
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Too many puppies, zillions of kittens, too few homes.
Every single day, thousands are put to "sleep" - which is
just a way to avoid saying "put to
death". Most are healthy, young and adoptable.
Don't add to the problem! Have your pets spayed or neutered.
Even if you can find homes for the litter, every new puppy or kitten is
virtually a death warrant for another puppy or kitten waiting to be adopted at a
shelter. To find out about low cost programs or clinics go to our
Spay and Neuter page.
Thanks to Rescue
Bank Nation for donating food for our feral cat colonies and all our cats in
Thanks, too, to The Greater
Good and The Animal Rescue Site for their help in making this donation
Would you like to learn about TNR? Trap-Neuter-Return - the only effective
humane way of controlling feral cat populations? We need people to help trap and
transport feral cats in Delaware county. Please use the email link above to
contact us. Thanks!
Read more about feral ("wild")
cats and TNR (Trap-Neuter-Return).
www.humanesociety.org/feralcats and http://www.alleycat.org/NetCommunity/Page.aspx?pid=285
Pet FBI is dedicated to reducing
overpopulation through our OUTREACH spay/neuter/TNR program.
100% of every dollar donated is used to help disadvantaged people and
caretakers of feral cat colonies spay or neuter the animals in their care.
This award-winning photo was taken by Pet FBI's
official cat sitter and photographer, Char Riedinger.
For the most soulful and exquisite pet photography go to charperimages.com.
For the most caring and conscientious pet sitting in NW Columbus contact Char at
email@example.com or 614 208 5718. Angie's List
Super Service Award 2009-2012
HAPPY ENDINGS! Stray Cats
Reunited with their families after eight months and one year.
Read about these two happy endings
recently reported to us and many others...
WARNING! Never Leave Your Pet
We frequently receive reports from people whose pets were taken from
their fenced yards, screened porches, and even cars. Pet theft
is widespread and is NOT confined to only "bad" neighborhoods.
Another reason not to leave pets unattended - a Yorkie was
attacked by coyotes in the Little Turtle neighborhood of Franklin County. Yes!
there are coyotes in Ohio and they can even be found in suburban areas
like Dublin. Other kinds of wildlife including foxes, raccoons and hawks may
also pose a threat to domestic animals,
Check out I-Love
-Dogs.com for great analysis and user reviews of dog foods and useful
information about the various dog breeds.
This web site Is dedicated To Nancy Paul
You can see the love Nancy had for people
and animals in her beautiful smile.
Click here to read about our special friend.
PET FBI does not collect, sell or trade information about visitors.
Only information that is posted on the Web by visitors themselves
is ever available to anyone.
It is illegal to use posted information except to trace lost and found pets.