May 20 2017

Lost your cat or dog? Petsonthenet will help you find your lost pet #pets #and #animals

Lost your cat or dog? Found a stray pet? Want to adopt a pet? You’ve come to the right place for help

Petsonthenet is New Zealand’s nationwide database for lost and found pets, and pets for adoption – since 2002.
We help reunite and rehome thousands of pets each year through this service.

You get peace of mind knowing that you’re doing everything possible to reunite a lost pet by posting a listing on Petsonthenet, the one place people know to look for lost and found pets.

This is also the one place that you can view thousands of lost and found pet listings each month from SPCA. Animal Control. vets and the public. Plus you get experienced personal support through our online advice and strategy plans to help reunite lost pets.

It works! Petsonthenet helps reunite and rehome thousands of pets each year

See our recent Lost Found Pet Success Stories

Petsonthenet has a high level of success rehoming all kinds of pets with listings from hundreds of shelters including SPCAs and pounds throughout New Zealand, as well as pets for adoption from the public.

Our philosophy is Adopt, Don’t Buy and Save a Life . We are committed to being part of the solution and not part of the problem. So we do not accept ads for pets for sale, instead we support pets in need of adoption. We advocate desexing and publish a list of Desexing Deals to assist with desexing.

It works! Petsonthenet helps reunite and rehome thousands of pets each year

How it works

Simply register and then easily place your ad. Ads are free for lost pets, found pets and pets for adoption at Bronze level. For vastly more exposure, upgrade to an optional paid ad such as Gold Premium or Silver Featured listing.

Please adopt and save a life instead.

For highest visibility choose a Gold Premium Listing. Your listing will be featured on the ads homepage AND is pinned to the premium Gold level at the top of your relevant category i.e. Lost Cats . Or choose a SilverFeatured Listing to pin your ad in Silver position in your relevant category.

Add our Highlight Feature to any level of ad – Bronze, Silver or Gold.

By upgrading your ad, you get vastly more exposure for your pet, increasing your chances of success. Plus all funds raised from upgrades help support this service to continue to reunite and rehome pets throughout NZ.

Check our found pets daily
New listings are being published online constantly
from the public with daily listings from many SPCAs, vets and pounds. This information is free to list and search 24 hours a day, every day of the year.

Renew your ad
Please renew when you get your email renewal notice so your ad keeps going – so we can help reunite your pet. WE strongly recommend that you renew *until* your pet is home safe.

Stay Hopeful
Pets ARE reunited all the time. Petsonthenet helps reunite and rehome thousands of pets each year. For hope and inspiration, see our Success Stories. And when you have success, please share your Success Story too!

Cedric the Burmese cat has been returned to his very happy Coatesville family almost a year to the day since he disappeared.

A massive effort to find Cedric included articles in the Rodney Times and sister paper the North Shore Times. Cedric’s owner Claire Callister was inundated with calls – but Cedric stayed missing.

Then a Herald Island resident picked up a wandering cat in Whenuapai about 15 kilometres away and posted some photographs of it on . It was Cedric.

Sporting a few small injuries, the cat is now back home, bringing closure to a year of worry for the family.

A mishap at a North Shore cattery saw the owner of another chocolate-coloured Burmese cat inadvertently walk away with Cedric on January 20, 2013. The cat immediately escaped from that person’s Murrays Bay home. The Callisters returned from summer holiday six days later to find their beloved moggy missing.

They spent hours searching and calling his name and delivered 1500 fliers around the Murrays Bay and Browns Bay area. Emails and messages also went to hundreds of people, and even dirty jeans were used to try to leave a scent for the cat to follow.

Claire thanks all who helped in the search and those who offered other assistance. She’s also grateful to for helping bring Cedric back. More (full news article on Stuff)

Tinsel adopted via Petsonthenet
Waikato Times 24/01/2014

Bailey’s new owners wanted a dog with some spunk, and they certainly seem to have got it.

When they found ”Tinsel” (now Bailey) on the Petsonthenet site, they decided to give her another chance at life.

The puppy had spent almost six weeks in the pound after she was found by animal control, scrawny and roaming the streets. More (full news article on Waikato Times)

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