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What to Do

Found Animals

If you have found a lost or stray animal, please complete the report to the right and call our shelter to arrange dropping off any stray animals at 610-692-6113.

Lost Animals

If you have lost your pet, we invite you to fill out the report to the right, look at the list below of recently found pets and you can also do a walk-through of our shelter to determine if your pet has been brought to us. If you do NOT see your Lost Report uploaded to our Lost & Found Facebook page after 24 hours or did not receive a confirmation email, please contact the shelter directly.

All Lost/Found Reports will also be posted to our Lost/Found Facebook Page, an online community we have set up to help reunite pets and owners.

Other Suggestions

  • Contact friends and neighbors in person or using social media – flyers go a long way!
  • In the event that you’ve lost a cat, put out something that smells familiar to your cat, such as a blanket or a bit of dirty litter. Many indoor cats will remain very close to the home and a familiar smell can lure them back into the home, safe and sound!
  • Call local veterinary hospitals.
  • Also, we strongly urge all pet owners to permanently identify their pet with a microchip! This can be done for only $20 at the Brandywine Valley SPCA. While collars can fall off and tags can go missing, a microchip is permanent and ensures that your contact information remains with your pet at all times!


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Below is a listing of all animals recently found and located at the Brandywine Valley SPCA.

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