The shelter says the loud booms and flashing lights of the holiday can trigger a cat or dog's "fight or flight" reaction, causing them to run away from home. "We miss her", said Miller.
However, because the facility is under contract with the City of Georgetown and Georgetown County to accept any dogs or cats brought in by animal control officers, it can not turn away those dogs or cats.
Wake County: Wake county suggests reporting a lost animal report on the Triangle Lost Pets website.
Oklahoma City Animal Welfare Superintendent Jon Gary says that the shelter is at full capacity after almost 2,500 animals were taken in throughout the month of June.
If you have Stella or may have seen her, you can return her to the Franklin County Dog Shelter. "You love it so much that you want to do it all the time". The black dog wasn't so easy to find in the dark.
Animal shelters are filling up with pets who have runaway from the Fourth of July celebrations. They have 200 adoptable animals.
"Today, we have over 100 in the animals available, mostly dogs", said Gary. They are here to assist you in making signs, providing you with resources and helping reunite pets with their family.
"People care more about their animals than they did before", Cullen said.
"Lost Dogs Arizona has been at our Phoenix location since July 1".
Now, even more dogs and cats are waiting to be picked up. Dozens of Orange County residents tried to find their stray dogs and cats at OC Animal Care, Wednesday, some lining up well before the shelter opened at 11 a.m.
"We always encourage everybody, physically come here and look for your pet. Fill out a lost report, go on social media and put a great picture of the pet, and share with friends and family", she said. His 4-year-old German-Australian Shepherd, Mia, went missing Tuesday after the family returned home from a lunch outing.