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Do I have to pay to use the site?

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No. The site is free to anyone who needs help with a lost or found pet.

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Why do I have to register to use the site?

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This ensures a safe environment for everyone and allows our system to contact you with information that will help you with the pet you have lost or found.

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Do you sell or share my information?

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No. Never. Please view our Privacy Policy.

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Who came up with the advice information?

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All of the content for the site was created by a team of dedicated specialists:shelter managers, natural disaster and safety experts, veterinarians and a variety of go-to gurus on all things pets.

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Are there other Lost & Found sites for pets?

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Yes, many. But the problem with so many sites is that people are posting pets on different sites and their paths may never cross.

It’s the same problem that exists when you put up signs where you found a pet and someone else puts up signs where they lost the pet. The pet may have traveled blocks or even miles from where he was originally lost. So, the two of you never see each other’s signs.

The goal of The Center for Lost Pets is to build one central location where people who have lost and found pets can connect.

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Should I use other Lost & Found pet sites?

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It can’t hurt. But before you spend too much time posting information on various sites, go to our advice page for expert tips on finding and helping a lost pet.

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How can I contact a live person at The Center?

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The Center for Lost Pets is a privately-funded, free service for everyone. We are not able to respond to individual questions or assist with specific cases. If you have found an error in the function or content of our site, please notify us. We will address the issue(s) immediately.

Feedback and suggestions for how we can improve our site are always welcome. We want to make this the best possible resource to help lost pets.

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