What to do if your pet is stolen
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NEW YORK - AstroBug -- Despite taking precautions, pet theft can still occur. If your pet is stolen, swift action is crucial:

1.  Notify Authorities: Contact local law enforcement and file a police report immediately. Provide them with detailed information about your pet and any suspicious activities you noticed.

2.  Use Social Media: Leverage the power of social media to spread the word. Share recent photos and details about your pet on platforms like Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Ask friends and family to help circulate the information.Contact Shelters and Vets: Inform local animal shelters, veterinary offices, and rescue organizations about your missing pet. Provide them with a description and photos.

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3.  Create Posters: Design eye-catching posters with your pet's photo, description, and your contact information. Place them in high-traffic areas such as parks, pet stores, and community centers.Offer a Reward: Consider offering a reward for the safe return of your pet. While this can incentivize good Samaritans, avoid specifying the amount to deter scammers.

4.  Monitor Online Listings: Regularly check online marketplaces and social media groups for any listings that might match your pet. Thieves often try to sell stolen pets online.

Pet theft is a heart-wrenching experience, but by implementing these preventive measures, you can significantly reduce the risk. Remember, vigilance and swift action are your best defenses in safeguarding your pet.

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Source: V&C Security Group
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