Who's lost in your neighbourhood?

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I’m hoping to provide a good tool for reuniting lost and found pets with their owners. Send the information on the pet you’ve lost or found to petluckblog@gmail.com with a picture (jpeg) if possible and any details, and I’ll publish it for you here. Please be clear as to the text and contact information you want published, and please send the information in text, not image format, I don’t have time to retype it!! I’ll need, of course, the closest address to place it on the map. (a postal code works really well) I also highly recommend subscribing to your post once published, so that you’ll receive any comments left for you without delay, as they cannot always be forwarded. The form to subscribe will be found just underneath your ad. To access it click on your ad title. (If your notice hasn’t been published within 24 hours, I didn’t receive your message!) Also, please note that your posts stay up until I’m updated !

I also wanted to provide some useful tips as well as links to places that you might also think about listing. As well as putting up posters and checking shelters there are many places to list and not everyone’s familiar with them all. Please feel free to send me any useful links that I might have missed. You’ll find them on the tips and links page. I’m hoping that the site will stay as up to date as possible, and that even if you’re posters are down and listings dropped down further on the classifieds sites, your pet will stay on the map until you’re hopefully reunited.

The only thing I ask in return for this service is that you please keep me informed if you find your pet, or found the home of the animal you took in (just send me an email!). It’s important that the blog be as up to date as possible for it to be most effective. I can’t stress enough how important it is that the attention is completely focused on those still in need. And besides, I’d love to know how things turned out, as would many of my readers! over the years I’ve come to realize just how valuable the happy endings are in helping people to stay positive. And if you think the site is worthwhile and want to see it continue, please consider donating the price of a cup of coffee, your support is much needed.Thanks!

IMPORTANT : On the links page I have included those to city shelters. The Montreal SPCA has a blog where they post their strays, including pets being held by the people who found them.  Berger Blanc, started to publish their strays (July 14th, 2011). Laval is now covered by Auberge Zen, you’ll find their strays posted here.  On the South Shore, A.M.R. has a page for their strays and les Services Animalières de la Rive-Sud publishes their strays here. But it’s still very important to physically go and check the shelters. Animals are often only kept for 3-5 days depending on their age, condition, and time of year, and if unclaimed they are then either euthanized or put up for adoption. For various reasons your pet might not end up at the shelter serving your area, so check all. It’s not enough to call them. Even if your pet has tags this doesn’t necessarily mean you’ll be notified. It’s best to act as though your pet didn’t have any identification when conducting your search. And please realize it could be many months before your pet shows up !

*** Please do not submit your ads by comment !!


Any information concerning the animals listed should be given directly to their owners, through their contact information listed on their posting. Comments can’t be forwarded. Thanks !

Black and white cat found in Terrebonne

cat found Tin errebonne
This beautiful cat is hiding below the cottage of friends. He is declawed and seems to be a female. He is very affectionate ! When we go out in the yard, he just rubs on our legs! It’s clear he misses his human! They feed and give him water but they can not take him due to severe allergies. He is on Camus Street in Terrebonne Ouest.

Contact : longpreg[at] videotron[dot] ca


I lost my 1 year old Himalayan cat named Gatsby in the Plateau Duluth / St Hubert (H2L 1B3). close to Lafontaine Park this afternoon around 1pm.

He really does not usually go out so despite posters in the streets, tours of the neighborhood calling, I am worried that he is fearful. He has a microchip so easily identifiable by a veterinarian.

I can be reached directly at 438-828-4464 (cell) or 514-527-4155 ext 225 (office)

Email: herbincaroline[at] gmail[dot] com


We lost our one and a half year old Maltese Bichon, Juliette in Longueuil on Saturday afternoon in the area of Jacques-Cartier / Rolland Therrien. She is very sweet and very quiet. Her Romeo feels very alone and he is not the only one.

If you see her, please contact me at (514) 458-7207. Thank you !!


Hello my name is Helen, I lost my dog ​​in the evening on August 31 near 31st Avenue in St. Eustache. My postal code is J7P 3X8. She is a female Brittany spaniel, about 7 years old, she had a red collar on. She’s really nice and has no malice. She is missing the fur on the elbows of her front legs and has a tail like a rabbit. Thank you very much.

Contact: helenerobert[dot] 92[at] hotmail[dot] com


My name is Mélissa Houle, I lost  my 8 year old cat. Her name is Willow.

  • Colour beige sable
  • Long-haired
  • Declawed on her front paws
  • Operated

I’m in the region of St-Jean-sur-Richelieu, sector Iberville
My postal code is : J2X 0C9

I can be reached at 450-376-6670 or at 514-349-7529 or also 514-781-9902