Lost a Pet?

Take these steps right away!


File a lost pet report immediately. Be sure to include clear photos of your pet and as many identifiable features as possible. It may take up to 48 hours for your report to appear on the website.


Search through the feed of pets reported to be found below. Also, look around the area you believe your pet went missing and ask those nearby if they recognize them, and create lost pet flyers to hang up as you search.


Upload your pet’s photo to PetcoLoveLost.com and share your missing pet on social media platforms including lost/found pets Facebook groups, Nextdoor, and Craigslist.

What Else Can I Do?

Create a Lost Pet Flyer

Create a lost pet flyer to hang around your neighborhood and the area the pet was lost. You can also share this on social media platforms such as lost/found pet Facebook groups, Nextdoor, and Craigslist.


Update Your Pet's License & Microchip

If your pet was wearing a county license tag issued by Maui Humane Society, make sure your contact information is updated and accurate. You can update this by emailing [email protected]. Also, make sure your pet’s microchip is registered with the provider, and that your account information is updated and accurate.

Renew Your Lost Pet Report

Lost/found pet reports must be renewed after 90 days to be visible on our website (excluding reports submitted as a result of the Lahaina fires, which have been extended to one year). Please renew your report by emailing [email protected] and be sure to include any new photos or information that may help identify a lost or found pet.


Join MHS’ Found Lahaina Pets Facebook group, which shares pets in MHS’ care still searching for their ‘ohanas through our extensive Airtable database. If you believe your pet may be in the care of Maui Humane Society, please contact our Reunification Team at [email protected] as soon as possible to arrange a visit to our shelter.

Pets Reported as Found in the Community

Browse the pets below. Some were brought to Maui Humane Society by our Humane Enforcement department or a community member, and are in the care of MHS. Others may be cared for by the person who found them.

Animals are assigned names upon intake. If an animal below looks like the pet you are missing, please contact MHS’ Reunification Team at [email protected].