Lost and found animals in the Dripping Springs, Texas area. If you have a lost/found animal, information on how to submit at the bottom of this page. If you have questions or information on the animals below, please use the contact information in the associated lost/found posting (all we know is what we have already posted).
FOUND DOGThis very sweet large white lab was found in West Cave Estates on the Boulevard side on March 8th. He is wearing a blue collar but has no tags. If he is yours or you know who he belongs to, please call Susan at 512-963-9145
Found Sunday (2/26/2012) evening: “We found a very sweet young girl on Mystic Overlook (off Henly Loop). She is a red and brown brindle, green eyes, no collar. She appears to have just been shaved and groomed. Please call Wayne at 512-971-1911″
Lost Adult Calico Cat in Gatlin Creek Road (west) area. Shy until knows you but not feral. Sweet, loves brushing and laps. Left ear is “tipped”. Medium length fur. Medium size cat. Miss her dearly. Reward. Call anytime. Chris: 830-225-0319
This much loved, 10 month old Bengal cat who went missing from his home on Nutty Brown Road during the day sometime yesterday (01/31/2012). He is golden brown with green eyes, white under his chin, dark leopard like spots on his body and tiger markings on his face. He is very friendly and social and is always “talking.” His family is desperate to find him and can be reached at (512) 799-8138 anytime.
Lost white Great Pyrenees Sunday, Jan. 8, 2012 near Martin Road. She is 85lbs, white and shaggy and very shy. Light gray collar. She probably will not come when you call her, but her name is Rita. Please call 512-858-1066 if you see her.
This little guy was found just outside the Burke Center on FM 150 last Thursday (1/5/12) around Noon. He is not neutered or chipped. If this is your dog or you have information on who he might belong to, email firstname.lastname@example.org (best way to reach) or call (512) 203-1433. CLICK PHOTO FOR LARGER.
Found on Saturday. He has a collar but no tags. Jumped into their car without warning. It could be that he came out of the Rocky Creek Subdivision but they don’t know anybody that lives there. If this is your dog or you have information on who he might belong to, call Connie before 10pm at (512) 767-4338. CLICK PHOTO FOR LARGER.
If you have a found or lost animal, you are welcome to email the details (approximate location lost/found, date lost/found, name, etc) and one good photo to us at email@example.com. When time permits, we will get posted. Don’t forget to also post flyers, spread the word to your neighbors, and post on craigslist.org. If you have a found an animal without collar id, take them to a local vet and have them scanned for a microchip. Once your animal is back to its rightful home, please let us know and we will remove. If you are a third person forwarding an email about an animal and you’re not the owner or finder, we won’t post until we have direct permission to do so from the original person to ensure we have the most current information on the animal.