Lost & Found Pets
The details of the animals shown below have been sent to us by members of the public who have either lost their pet or found a pet.
If you have any information please contact them directly.
If you find a pet
Check for a name tag giving owner's details or for a Council tag as they'll be able to trace the owner from the number.
If no ID is present, the pet should be taken to a vet so that they can scan for a microchip.
If after hours, contact Sunshine Coast Pet ER, 431 Tanawha Tourist Drive, Tanawha QLD 4556. Phone: 5445 1333
Animals who's owners can't be reached must go to the Council Pound so their owners have the best chance of locating them.
You could also put a free "Found" ad in the local paper, put up posters near to where you found the animal and contact local vets to let them know the pet has been found.
If you have lost your pet
Contact the local Council Pounds (Sippy Creek and Noosa) and leave details of your pet. Council list all animals impounded at Sippy Creek on their website.
Contact local vets and animal product stores and ask if you can put up a poster with your details.
Put up a poster with a photo of your pet on your boundary fence/gate and at nearby intersections.
Remember, the easiest way for your pet to be returned to you is for you to make sure that they are microchipped (and your details are up to date) and that they are wearing their ID and Council registration tags.
There are now many social media pages that can share information on lost and found pets and we recommend posting the details as soon as possible.
BREED :Domestic Medium Hair
COLOUR : Blue Cream Calico
GENDER : Female
AGE : 8 Months Old
DATE LOST : 17th of January 2015
SUBURB LOST : Elimbah
Lexie is mostly white on her back legs, under her chin and her stomach. She has patches of grey and ginger on her back, face and tail. Lexie was lost wearing a black collar with reflective flowers on it.
If you have any information please call
RSPCA Pet-D-Tect on 1300 36 37 36
12 month old female cat,missing from little Mountain. She is de-sexed and chipped.
If you have any information please call 0411 1 44 689
Jango (AID 836554) is an Irish Wolfhound cross Bull Arab, lost from her Elimbah home on the 4th January 2015.
Jango is brown brindle and white and 2 years old. She is micro-chipped to her owners.
She has white on her chest, paws and a greyish beard underneath her chin. She has a callus on the end of her tail and yellow-brown eyes.
If you think you have found Jango, contact RSPCA on 3426 9999