Lost and found pets

LOST: “Oreo,” Pekingese-Shih Tzu mix, male, black and white, 12 years old, short curly fur, long tail, small face, 12 years old, cataracts in one eye, arthritis, no teeth, blue collar, Old Snow hill Road, Ayden, 375-1105 ; “Ambi,” cat, neutered, gray, tan and white tabby, white legs and paws, 10 months old, microchipped, Memorial Drive, Winterville, 347-8443 ; “Roxie,” English Pointer, spayed, black with brown markings, white spot on chest, blue collar, Hines Drive, Ayden, 378-7928; “Tyson,” cat, male, orange tabby, 2-3 years old, 10-12 pounds, Village Green, Fifth Street, 336-520-1878; “Nanner,” cat, spayed, black, yellow eyes, 2 years old, 15 pounds, less fur on belly, North Woodlawn Avenue, 646-9266 ; “Miley,”Australian shepherd, spayed, green tattoo on belly, black, white diamond on chest, white tip on front paw, white chin, 9 years old, 60 pounds, brown eyes, chain collar, South Elm Street, 330-277-9143; “Star,” rat terrier, spayed, black, brown and white, white on chest and front paws, brown on legs, eyebrows and mouth, stub tail, East Hanrahan Road, Grifton. 524-3883; “Nova,” pit bull, female, blue-gray, white chest and toes, 1 year old, Worthington Warren Road, 910-915-0418 or 751-3652 .

FOUND: mixed-breed dog, young, black, beige and white, medium, Eastgate Drive , 902-1731; cat, tuxedo, black with white paws and spot on face and chest, female, medium, slender, long tail, Twisting Creek Road, 902-1731 (reclaims must include proof of ownership.)


Pitt Friends is seeking volunteers 18 and older to help with pet adoption events. Volunteers also are needed to foster animals. For more information, email pfvols@gmail.com.

Saving Graces 4 Felines is looking for volunteers 21 and older to handle adoptions, clean cages and provide foster homes. Email savinggraces4felines@aol.com.

The Humane Society of Eastern Carolina, 3520 Tupper Drive, has volunteer orientation from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. the second and fourth Saturday and 5-6:30 p.m. the first and third Wednesday. For more information, call 413-7247.

Pet Food Pantry

The Pet Food Pantry of Eastern North Carolina, 408 W. Arlington Blvd., is a charitable pet food resource that provides free pet food and supplies to qualifying low-income households.

The organization also assists owners with spaying and neutering services as well as rabies vaccinations. To donate or to host a pet food drive, visit petfoodpantryenc.org or call 689-6122.

Contact Kim Grizzard at kgrizzard@reflector.com or call 329-9578.