Anyone who's lost a pet knows how difficult it can be searching shelters and posting signs, hoping someone has seen your animal.
Thanks to one woman's vision, Tallahassee now has an easier way to track down lost pets. It's called www.tallahasseepetresources.com, and creator Kim Libroth says it has everything a pet owner or future pet owner might need.
Kim says, "A few months ago I decided I would put together a Web site and try to help these people find pets up for adoption, find emergency clinics that were in the area and a lot of other pet resources."
The Web site has only been up and running for a couple of months, but it already has a few lost and found animals listed.
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