Fort Saskatchewan Municipal Enforcement is making it easier to track down lost pets.
Every time an animal is found or brought in, they post a picture of it on Facebook in hopes that the owner will see it and can be reunited with their pet.
They do not respond to Facebook messages, and instead ask that people contact them by phoning the municipal enforcement service number.
There are other ways to track down lost pets as well, according to municipal enforcement supervisor Matt Lowther.
"If the animal is licensed, or if they have a chip or a tattoo then it makes it easier for us to track down their dog or cat and return their pet to them."

At the moment, the city is unable to accept found cats until the Edmonton Humane Society can make more room to house them.

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