Lost and Found Animals
It seems as though the number of lost/missing pets has been increasing in our area. The animal shelter has been getting calls from not only Mesquite and Bunkerville but also from the Arizona strip and Moapa areas.
There are simple steps pet owners can take to ensure the safety of their pets:
1) Keep pets indoors when not at home
2) Ensure proper identification with a collar and I.D. tag and identification microchip
3) Spay and neuter pets: sterilized pets are less likely to roam
4) Keep dogs on leashes when outside and keep cats indoors
5) Never leave an animal unattended in a vehicle
6) Ensure that gates are padlocked and fences are high enough and secure
7) Keep pet licenses current and keep a current photo of pets on hand
8) If pet is missing call the Animal Shelter, 702 346 5268 to leave animal’s description, age, sex, collar, last know location and your contact information. 9) Post lost pet information in your neighborhood, veterinarian offices, groomers and local markets.
Lost pets- Please send a picture along with the animals information and your contact information to email@example.com. We will share it on our Facebook page and send it via e-mail to our contact list and local rescues who will share with their people.
Lost/missing or found pets in Arizona- please also contact Mohave County Animal Control 928 753- 2141
Lost/missing or found pets in Moapa, Overton, Logandale area – please also contact Clark County Animal Control. 702 455-7710
Check Pawboost .com to see about posting your lost pet.
Please contact the animal shelter to see if your animal’ has been found or turned in by someone finding your pet. People forget to check with the shelter when their pet is missing while he or she waits at the shelter to be claimed and returned home
Pharaoh- large pit bull terrier. Gentle giant. He recently had surgery on his eyelids and is recuperating well.
Featured cats- Katy and Sissy
Mother and daughter came to shelter when owner could no longer keep them. They are both friendly and loving cats. They are a little shy but love attention and being petted and brushed. Katy has beautiful soft medium length fur. Sissy is a striking colored calico. Katy likes nothing better than watching the world go by while Sissy will play with toys and carry them around in her mouth. These cats do not need to be adopted together but are good companions for each other.
Other available cats
Paris- calm, doesn’t want any fuss or muss. Loves watching the world go by. Special diet
Mr. Whiskers- loves everyone. Enjoys being petted and keeping an eye on all activity in the cat room
Toffee- kitten, full of energy. Loves to play and then play some more
Carmes- Shy but will come for attention and loves being held and brushed. Great cat
Jazzy- 15 years old. Wants nothing more than to watch the world go by and get lots of loving
Cloudy- ex large 10 years old Likes being petted but not being picked up.
Morris- 10 years old. Likes head pets but no being picked up
All animals will be spayed or neutered prior to leaving shelter and receive 1 year rabies vaccination and city license. Ages are approximate.
The City of Mesquite Animal Shelter located at 795 Hardy Way is open for adoptions from 11am until 1 pm, Monday through Saturday, Sunday 1pm -3pm. Please call 702-346-7415 during these hours to speak to the front desk. Animal Control may be reached by phone or voicemail at 702-346-5268
The animals submitted to the media may have changed so please visit our Petfinder website for a current listing and more detailed information on the animals. www.mesquiteanimalshelter.petfinder.com
Please also check our Facebook pages for lost and found animals along with pet information. https://www.facebook.com/MesquiteNVAnimalControl and https://www.facebook.com/FRIENDSOFMESQUITENVANIMALSHELTER