What we do when a lost pet comes into our shelter:
- We take photos of lost/stray companion animals that arrive at the shelter and post them on our website for 3-5 days.
- We circulate flyers with a photo and description of your pet on the Helping Lost Pets website
I Lost a Pet
What to do if your pet is lost:
- Call the PEI Humane Society to see if it has been brought in to the shelter
- Call local radio stations
- Fill out a lost pets form on the Helping Lost Pets website
If you believe that your pet may have been hit by a car, you may call the Atlantic Veterinary College’s Post Mortem Line: 902-556-0864
Current Lost Pets
NOTICE: DO NOT FILL OUT AN ONLINE APPLICATION TO ADOPT A LOST/STRAY ANIMAL.
Our goal is to get these animals back home safely.
No applications for animals listed on the stray page will be considered.
If your pet is pictured below, please phone us as soon as possible during regular business hours at (902) 892-1190 ext 21
Please click on individual photos for more detailed information about each animal pictured here.
Before calling us to claim your lost pet, have the animal’s lost pet log number (from the Helping Lost Pets website) ready. This number is listed below where the animal was found.
There are costs associated with claiming your pet.
I Found a Pet
You must make an appointment to bring a lost pet to the PEI Humane Society during regular business hours. There is no charge for this service. For appointments please call (902) 892-1190 ext 21.
What you should do if you find a lost pet:
- Call the PEI Humane Society to see if the pet is reported as lost
- Fill out a found pets form on the Helping Lost Pets website
- Call radio stations and vet clinics to report the pet was found
- Take the found animal to your local vet clinic to be scanned to see if there is a microchip or tattoo
PEI Radio Stations:
CFCY/Magic 93: 902-892-1066
CBC Radio: 902-629-6400
SPUD Radio: 902-436-2202
If you need help with a feral cat in your area, please contact the Cat Action Team – a coalition to aid feral cats in PEI.
They are a registered, non-profit, entirely volunteer charity established to work with the public in caring for stray, feral and barn cats across Prince Edward Island. Visit their website.