Lost & Found Pets

You can report a lost or found pet to YOUR Humane Society SPCA either by submitting this online Lost or Found Pet form or calling us at 352-793-9117.

It’s easier for us to post the lost/found pet if you submit the online form as it has the specific information we can put in the post (i.e. owner’s contact information, where animal was last seen or found, date last seen or found, etc.) If you have a picture, you can also upload it from the form which can be very helpful in reuniting a pet with it’s owner.

Help us keep our postings current and please contact us to remove your posting if you’re reunited with your lost pet. Postings will expire and be deleted after 30 days.

If you live in or near The Villages, you can call The Villages radio station AM640 WVLG at (352)750-9854 or (352)259-6400. Most pets are located or reunited with their owners within hours of being mentioned on the station.

Intake of Animals

Intake of animals at HSSPCA is at the Kennel Manager’s discretion and always subject to available space. Animals that have been previously adopted from HSSPCA can always be returned to us. When we do not have space, the public can take animals to Sumter County Animal Services. We make every effort to get every animal we can out of Animal Services to placement in a home or with another no-kill rescue organization.

Found/Injured Wildlife

Baby Animals or Injured Wildlife

When finding a baby animal it is generally best to leave it alone. Often the animal is not orphaned, and the parent may be out getting food for the animal, or watching the baby from a distance. Never pick up baby animals and remove them from their natural environment!

When encountering wildlife, please contact permitted FWC (Florida Wildlife Conservation) transporter Claudia Labbe at 352-817-3995. She can assess your animal’s situation directly to determine what will be the best response for injured, orphaned or sick wild animals.

Please DO NOT feed or offer water to any animal you find unless directed to do so by an FWC permitted rehabilitator as this will potentially cause further health issues such as delaying medical intervention, digestive complications and aspiration pneumonia.

Claudia’s regional territory for FL Fish and Wildlife covers mainly Sumter plus nearby Lake & Marion counties.

Lost Dogs

Do you recognize this lost boy? His name is Sammy and he was last seen in Highlands Reserve area on 08/02/19. Sammy is a Black Labrador and is a very good boy.
If you see him please CALL Joshua Stefel at
Do you recognize this lost girl? She was last seen on CR470 in Lake Panasoffkee. Her name is Misty. Misty is 10 y/o female, approx 50-60 lb, dark sheep markings, 1 Brown and 1 blue eye, shy but nonagressive, not too food driven. Misty is very frightened of storms.
If you see her please CALL ANY OF THE FOLLOWING #s
(352) 643-1403
(203) 710-1695
(203) 823-5500
(352) 391-5500 (bus phone)

Found Dogs

Do you recognize this lost little fellow?

He was found in Webster FL on CR 301. He is not micro chipped. He is a beautiful Blue and white American Pit bull still intact. Thank you all so much for your continued support.

If this is your dog, or you know the owner, PLEASE call YOUR Humane Society SPCA at (352)793-9117.
Do you recognize this lost boy? His owner was arrested on 6/13/2018 . This poor fellow was left at the motel next to IHOP in Wildwood, FL (around CR 44 and I-75). His name is Paco.

If you recognize this boy or his owner, Please email Loven Alfree at loven420.la@gmail.com



Do you recognize this lost little lady?

She was found 7/28/19, 8 pm, at CR 406 in Lake Panasoffkee, Florida. She is a white and brown American Staffordshire. This puppy is in need of expensive medical care. We will need proof of ownership. Thank you all so much for your continued support.

If this is your dog, or you know the owner, PLEASE call YOUR Humane Society SPCA at (352)793-9117.

Lost Cats

Found Cats

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