Sonoma Humane Society Needs Help Reuniting Found Pets with Owners

Posted by Jason Sarna
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In collaboration with the Sonoma County Animal Services, the Sonoma Humane Society has become a centralized place for pet reunions during the wildfires.

Northern California has been ravaged by deadly wildfires over the past week and some pets have gotten separated from their owners.

A photo of a cat with singed whiskers in the North Bay fires has been shared over 14,000 times in hopes of getting him back home!

FOUND CAT 10/9/17: Stray Neutered Male Tabby with white chest. No collar. This sweet cat was found under a car in the…

Posted by Sonoma Humane Society on Monday, October 9, 2017

Many other photos of found pets have been posted to the Sonoma Humane Society Facebook page in hopes of a reunion.

FOUND DOG 10/8/17: Do you recognize this guy? He's a Male brown and white pit mix found 10/8 at 696 Elsa Drive in Santa…

Posted by Sonoma Humane Society on Tuesday, October 10, 2017

FOUND KITTEN 10/10/17: Do you recognize this kitten? This sweet little 8 week old kitten (gender unknown) was found on…

Posted by Sonoma Humane Society on Tuesday, October 10, 2017

FOUND DOGS 10/10/17: Do you recognize these cuties? Three tan chihuahuas were found together in Coffey Park neighborhood…

Posted by Sonoma Humane Society on Tuesday, October 10, 2017

 
Thanks to the hard work of these two organizations and social media users like you, some of the found pets have been identified and are on their way to being reunited with their owners.

UPDATE: Niko's owner has been reached! They will pick Niko up ASAP!FOUND CAT 10/10/17: Niko is a neutered male 6 month…

Posted by Sonoma Humane Society on Tuesday, October 10, 2017

UPDATE: Kitty's owners have identified her! She will be going home soon!FOUND CAT 10/10/17: We have a female calico in…

Posted by Sonoma Humane Society on Tuesday, October 10, 2017

UPDATE: We have identified Ash’s mom! We are hoping for a reunion ASAP. FOUND DOG 10/9/17: Sweet female chihuahua mix…

Posted by Sonoma Humane Society on Monday, October 9, 2017

 
As the wildfires come under control, more and more found pets are being posted to the Sonoma Humane Society Facebook page. Be sure to check the page for the latest updates.


If you have any information about lost pets or need help locating a pet, use the hashtag #lostpetssonomacountyfire2017.

Do you know anyone in Northern California who was affected by the wildfires and needs help locating their pet? If so, please share this article.

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Sonoma Humane Society Needs Help Reuniting Found Pets with Owners