Free Disaster Directory for Lost and Found Animals

Posted at Saturday, October 14, 2017 in General

Free Disaster Directory: Our disaster database is open to individuals, groups or organizations. Help us bring everyone together when disaster strikes.

We have seen so many different post in disasters in regards to lost and found horses and pets. It is hard for anyone to find all the information in all of the places where they are listed. We barely get by funding our Victim's Services and Educational Outreach programs but we do want to give back to all of the people and groups who are helping victims.

We developed this Disaster Database, still in the testing phase, that is free for anyone to use. We know the importance of having a central hub for victims to use when they search for their lost animals. Valuable time is lost trying to find all the different places where they could be.

We are providing that hub in the wheel of lost and found for everyone who wants to use it. to assist victms. Click here to see the database features.


  • Anyone can list animals and horses as an
    • individual,
    • an organization
    • FB group
  • Register for an account.
  • Pick the disaster before listing a new listing.
  • Choose the right category to list an animal: Missing or Found
  • Put as much contact info in the listing as possible.
  • If it is a group on Facebook make sure you use the ADD LINK button to a specific listing. Groups can link back to their diaster pages or list individual animals. 
  • If you have a webpage with listings, make sure you put your webpage link and contact info.

If you have questions please go to our Facebook page and send us a message.

Purchase your microchips from Stolen Horse International and help us continue to help missing horse victims with your purchase. We do not use companies that sell the 900 numbered microchips. All proceeds support our Victim's Service and Educational Outreach projects.

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Posted by Debi Metcalfe

Founder of SHI

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