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FIND A LOST ANIMAL
The following are links that you may find helpful to locate your lost pet or to adopt a new friend. Please keep in mind that these organizations are privately run entities, over which the City of Corpus Christi has no direct control, nor can we attest to the accuracy of their information. Any promise made by these organizations to notify you in the event your pet is located is the sole responsibility of that organization and the City of Corpus Christi assumes no responsibility, either expressed or implied. The only sure way to verify if your lost pet is in our care is to come in person to our facility, located at 2626 Holly Road, and tour the facility yourself. No one knows your pet better than you, so this is the best way to find your missing companion. Who knows-you may find your lost pet and bring home a new family member too!
Lost Pet Hotline
The Lost Pet Hotline, founded in 1987, is an all volunteer 501(c)3 non-profit organization.
Our Mission is to help return lost pets to their respective owners. Our passion is to see that loved pets are returned to those that love them and whom they love
"He who is cruel to animals becomes hard also in his dealings with men.
We can judge the heart of a man by his treatment of animals."
The Lost Pet Hotline is manned by volunteers as a community service and is funded entirely by donations, receiving no state, federal or local assistance. There are no charges for the Lost Pet Hotline or Registry Service. We also serve as an informational line, cooperating with all humane, veterinary, and pound operations. We do encourage putting identification tags on every pet to insure a quick return in case they are lost, even inside pets. We also offer suggestions on how to find your pet, or what to do in case you find a lost pet. We are strong proponents of spaying and neutering pets.
We fill out detailed reports on each lost or found dog or animal, then check and double-check our records after matching them through description, location, time, etc.