Lost Pets

Lost a pet? The Maclean-Cameron Animal Adoption Center is a non-profit organization that endeavors to improve the lives of animals.  This includes helping lost cats and dogs unite with their owners!

Below is a listing of stray animals currently in our care.

If you feel that one of these animals belongs to you, please complete the following Redemption Form. You may call (406)-727-7387 or visit our Center at 900 25th Avenue NE, Great Falls, MT during our hours of operation for more information about redeeming your pet. When redeeming a pet, please bring proof of ownership such as medical records, photos, valid photo identification, and proof of your animals up-to-date rabies vaccination record. Please be prepared to pay redemption fees upon pickup. 

If you do not see your animal listed here, please submit a digital Lost Card. To make identification easier, please also email photos of your lost pet to admin@mc-aac.orgLost cards are kept on file for approximately 3 months. We also encourage you to check for your pet at the City Shelter and Great Falls Lost and Found Pets Facebook page.

If you have found a stray animal, click here.

Stray Animal Listing

*Disclaimer: Details of each animal, such as name and age, are approximations and may not be exact. Please inquire with us if you believe one of these pets resembles yours.

**These animals are not available for adoption. If you are interested in adopting, check out our Available Animals page!

Owners of lost pets, please note:

  • Phone calls and voicemails will be answered and returned during business hours. We encourage you to check online and visit the Center at least every 48 hours to see if your animal is here. Telephone information alone may not be sufficient to identify your animal. We urge you to visit the Center in person to positively identify your animal.
  • We at the MCAAC strive to ensure the health and well-being of all animals in our care. Vaccines help to protect stray animals while they wait at the Center to be reunited with their owners and inhibit the spread of communicable diseases throughout our community. Because we have no way of ensuring the vaccination status of these animals, the Center has made the decision to vaccinate all animals when arriving at our Center.
  • If these stray animals are not claimed by the mandatory time frame (96 hours for animals with identification or 72 hours for animals without identification) we will take ownership of them and begin working to find these animals their “forever home”. If your pet has been missing longer than this 3-4 day timeframe, you may check our Available Animals page in case your stray pet has been put up for adoption.