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Stray animals in our care

The animals listed below are strays currently residing at one of our five facilities. Each will remain in our care for five days after it arrives in accordance with Minnesota state law (seven days for animals brought in from Wisconsin). If after that time the animal isn’t claimed, it will be considered for immediate placement.

If you think one of these animals might be your missing pet:

  • Visit the shelter to identify the pet in person. Proof of ownership (vet records, AKC or adoption paperwork, or other third-party documentation) is required to claim a stray pet.
  • If proof provided does not verify sole ownership, Animal Humane Society reserves the right to hold the animal in impound for the entire impound period.
  • Impound fees (including room, board and any health care expenses incurred while your pet was in our care) will be due when you reclaim your pet.

The locations noted below indicate the Animal Humane Society facility where the animal is being housed. View the animal's individual profile to locate the city where it was found.

Stray Animal Details

Animal ID: 21869140

Date Pet Found: 2014-07-26

City Pet Found: SAINT PAUL

Type of Pet: Cat

Color of Pet's Coat: Black/White

Breed Estimate: Domestic Shorthair x Purebred

Gender: Male

Age Estimate: 3 years old

Size: Small

AHS Location: Woodbury

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Animal Humane Society locations


4375 Hwy. 55 S.E.
Buffalo, MN 55313
(763) 390-3647

Operating hours

Coon Rapids

1411 Main St. N.W.
Coon Rapids, MN 55448
(763) 862-4030

Operating hours

Golden Valley

845 Meadow Ln. N.
Golden Valley, MN 55422
(763) 522-4325

Operating hours

St. Paul

1115 Beulah Ln.
St. Paul, MN 55108
(651) 645-7387

Operating hours


9785 Hudson Rd.
Woodbury, MN 55125
(651) 730-6008

Operating hours

  • Administration
    (763) 522-4325
  • Animal Admissions
    (763) 412-4969
  • Pet Behavior Helpline
    (763) 489-2202
  • Boarding
    (763) 489-2222
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