When your pet is missing, you must be precise in your description. But, as Napoleon said, "a good sketch is better than a long speech"; which would be equivalent in our time to "a good picture is better than long description! ". Therefore, always think about making and keeping a recent photo of your pet!
The more precise you are, the more likely you are to "match" with an animal found. Remember to keep one or two pieces of identification. They will make all the difference in case of doubt of the person who wishes to return it to you.
In any case, consider implanting a chip to your pet. If it is a bird, provide it with a ring. If it's a cat or a dog, consider providing it with a medal with your current contact information.
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