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Beast could've been lost for life...


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One in three companion animals will go missing in their lifetime. [1] Now, thanks to facial recognition technology, the chances of reuniting animals with their guardians are getting better! 

 

Love Lost is one of the largest companies making the most of this new tech, and they have reunited over 28,000 missing companion animals with their guardians. Love Lost is free to use! [2]

 

Love Lost is operated by Petco. While we strongly disapprove of the fact that Petco continues to sell small animals, we do support positive changes like Love Lost.

 

For 3 months, Tracy desperately looked for her beloved dog, Beast, who had gotten lost. Then, she heard of Love Lost. “I uploaded his picture and it found him! Right away, he was the first pet that popped up. It was unreal, I was relieved, really relieved. We had gone through so much. I was crying, I was so excited and overwhelmed. I was relieved and happy we found him,” said Tracy. [3] 


If your companion animal goes missing or if you find a lost animal, Love Lost could be the key to reunification! 

 

As you know, shelters around the country are pushed past capacity. This means that countless loving, healthy, adoptable animals will be put to death simply to make space for more abandoned animals.

 

When lost companion animals end up in shelters awaiting their guardians to find them, they are potentially taking the space from an animal in need of a home. Facial recognition technology can be truly life-changing for lost dogs and cats ... and also has exciting applications for helping stray animals!



It’s heartbreaking to think about all the stray dogs and cats who will never know the love and care that dogs like Beast received – having a guardian determined to bring him home. 

 

That’s why our mission is to end the number 1 cause of suffering and death for dogs and cats -- overpopulation -- by developing a permanent-lasting birth control cookie that will only need to be eaten one time, and it will in effect spay or neuter -- without surgery.

 

We receive no help from pharmaceutical companies, government grants, pet food corporations, or other large organizations.

 

Our work is entirely supported by individual donations. It's the generosity of concerned individuals like you that makes our mission possible.

 

We're committed to solving this worldwide issue, and every contribution, no matter the size, is important. No donation is too small to make a difference.



Thanks for caring about animals!


 

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Amari, a Pilot Pup rescued by 600MillionDogs

 

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