L.O.S.T Animal Companions
Us Find L.O.S.T. Animals
ever lost your companion animal, even for a short
time, you know how frightening it can be. The Wisconsin
Humane Society has launched L.O.S.T. (Locate Our
Stray Today) as a service for those who have lost
animals and for people who want to help animals
to find their way home.
L.O.S.T. is a web-based neighborhood animal watch
program designed to bring neighbors together to
reunite animals with their families as quickly as
If you live in the Milwaukee Metro area, we would
like to invite you to volunteer to be on the lookout
for lost animals in your area. Click
here to join your neighborhood watch.
a listing of animals that are lost and listed on
our service, click
here . If you find one of the animals in our
alert service, we ask that you contain the animal
and email us at email@example.com
immediately, so we can contact the owner.
Your L.O.S.T. Animal
have lost your companion animal, click
here to complete a L.O.S.T.
report. There is no fee for this service.
animal is lost, the Wisconsin Humane Society will
send an alert, within 24 hours, to anyone in your
area who has signed up to participate in the L.O.S.T.
does not take the place of reporting and looking
for your animal at your local animal control facility.
They are the experts and in most communities they
have trained personnel and vehicles to pick up and
keep your animal safe.
In Milwaukee County, be sure to report that your
animal is missing to Milwaukee Area Domestic Animal
Control as soon as possible. MADACC is responsible
for picking up and holding stray animals. Visiting
their facility is the best way to find out if your
animal is there. They are located at 3839 W. Burnham
Street in West Milwaukee. You can also go to their
website at www.madacc.com
or call them at 414-649-8640.
County, call the Wisconsin Humane Society Ozaukee Campus at 262-377-7580
or email firstname.lastname@example.org
to report that your animal is missing. To see a
list of lost and stray animals staying at the Wisconsin Humane Society Ozaukee Campus, click
County, the Humane
Animal Welfare Society and Elmbrook
Humane Society takes in strays depending on
location. Click on their names to visit their website
for more information.
County, the Washington
County Humane Society works with stray animals.
If you've lost an animal in Racine County, please visit our Racine Campus stray animal listing. You can also view and share stray animals on our Facebook page, Stray Animals of Racine, WI.
city and county humane services, go to Petfinder.com
to look for an agency in your community.
are things that you can do right away to improve
your chances of finding your animal. For
information on what you can do NOW to find your
lost companion animal, click