Contact Us

manager@blairanimalshelter.org

(402) 533-2743

Mailing Address

The Friends of the Jeanette Hunt Animal Shelter

147 S. 4th Street

P.O. Box 233
Blair, NE 68008

City of Blair Animal Control

(402) 426-6866

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Lost and found

if you lost your pet/ found a pet

1. Contact us

Call our shelter at 402-533-2743 with the following information:

  • Your name and contact information

  • Type of Animal        

  • Breed

  • Date lost/found

  • Location lost/found

  • Other Details

NOTICE: We are not licensed to pick up animals. Please contact Sheriff Dispatch 402-426-6866

2. social media

Post a photo of your lost/found pet with the information on the Lost Pets of Washington County Facebook page.

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3. reach out

Consider contacting other area shelters in case your pet hitched a ride to a neighboring town!

Nebraska Humane Society

   402-444-7800
Dodge County Humane Society

   402-721-3282
Council Bluffs Animal Shelter

   402-444-7800

Have you seen cats with ears like this?

These cats have been "ear-tipped" or "notched". This a surgical alternation showing that a free-living cats has been spayed/neutered. It's part "TNR", which mean "Trap", "Neuter", "Return".

These cats should never be re-trapped or brought to a shelter, unless sick. Instead, they should be left in their neighborhood to provide cat population control. Studies have shown by just being there, they prevent other cats from moving into the area. And, because they have been fixed, they will never have litters of kittens.

Even if you don't like cats, TNR ear-tipped cats have an important job to do in keeping our neighborhood a nice place to live