Update: Hurricane Harvey Important Information & Contacts!

Hurricane Harvey Lost & Found Pets – Coastal Bend

URGENT Hurricane Harvey Information

Via Hurricane Harvey Lost & Found Pets – Coastal Bend


If you have LOST a pet, please provide:
Description (primary color, secondary color, relative size and age, breed)
Location
Contact information (Phone Number & Email preferred, please do not rely on being contacted through Facebook it is unreliable)
Picture – if you have one

If you have FOUND a pet, please post:
Location where seen or picked up
Current location if pet was picked up
Description (primary color, secondary color, relative size and age, breed)
Location
Contact information (email preferred, phone number, please do not rely on being contacted through facebook it is unreliable)
Picture – if you have one

Remember to also check shelters in your area and even in adjacent counties, local rescue groups – Here is a Map of Texas Animal Shelters http://g.co/maps/dngj7

Register on HelpingLostPets.com to get a free flyer and look at the animals listed

Post on NextDoor.com in the General Category

Look at photos for your area in PetHarbor.com

Important Phone Numbers for Hurricane Emergency Information:

City of Corpus Christi – Automated 24 Hour line – 361-857-1818 & 361- 857-1888

Aransas County Sheriff 361-729-2222

Bee County: Emergency Management 361-362-3271; Sheriff 361-362-3221

Brooks County Sheriff 361-325-3696

Duval County Sheriff 361-279-3351

Jim Hogg County Sheriff 361-527-3710

Jim Wells County Safety Department 361-668-1018; Sheriff 361-668-0341

Kleberg County Emergency Management 361-595-8527; Sheriff 361-595-8500

Live Oak County Sheriff 361-449-2271

Nueces County Sheriff 361-887-2222

Refugio County Sheriff 361-526-1698

San Patricio County Sheriff 361-364-2251

AEP (Electricity) – 866-223-8508; also, power outage information

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