Animals Lost and Found in Kent is a registered not for profit animal welfare organisation. This organisation was started by a couple who saw the need to provide no cost resources to the owners of lost animals in Kent to increase the chances of locating and being successfully reunited with their pet whether the animal is deceased or alive.
We are hoping that this benefits local animal control and shelters by decreasing the number of “owned strays” entering the animal control/shelter system and increasing the chances of finding an owner once the animal is in their care.
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- To educate and empower owners with resources and tools to assist them in locating their lost animals.
- Provide finders of lost animals with resources to facilitate more reunions with owners.
- Reduce the number of “strays” in shelters and animal control facilities.
- Educate the public on keeping their animals safe.
- Keeping the animals safe in the Kent area.
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We strive to reunite as many animals as we can all over Kent. We also offer a free microchip check to all animals that have been found in the area whether deceased or alive. Every animal whether deceased or alive is treated with respect and no matter what condition the animal is in they all get a kiss and hug from us before we deal with the situation appropriately.
The Animals Lost and Found in Kent website was created and is maintained by the two original founding members of the Animals Lost and Found in Kent service. We developed this website to share the articles, ideas and resources that we have gathered from our experience in the successful recovery of many lost and found animals. We do not receive any income for reuniting animals and we do so out of our own pockets.
Any advice or suggestion made by Animals Lost and Found In Kent is not paid-for professional advice and should be taken at owner’s discretion.