on or around Camano Island and being housed by the finder
Please contact the shelter so see if your missing pet has been found by a citizen who is choosing to personally house them rather than turn them in to the shelter. We hope all stray pet finders have the animal scanned for a microchip or take them to the shelter, but this is not always the case. Please make sure you create a good missing pet flyer with photo and display them everywhere you can. Shelter Phone: 360-387-1902 Please remember you are always welcome to visit the shelter in person.
on or around Camano Island and being housed by the finder
Pets in the window below are currently on their five day stray hold. If you are missing your animal please check these animals and call the shelter or stop in to fill out a missing pet report. Animals not claimed within five days become property of CASA and will then receive needed medical before being made available for adoption. Please do not inquire about adopting a pet still listed below. Owners of animals on stray holds are required to further identify their animal as well as provide required proof of ownership in order to redeem. Redemption fees apply. Shelter Phone: 360-387-1902 Please remember you are always welcome to visit the shelter in person and speak with a staff member.

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OTHER LOCAL ANIMAL SHELTERS (city/county contracted)

Services: Adoption, lost & found services, public surrender, licensing, etc.

C.A.S.A. - Camano Animal Shelter Assoc. (Camano Is, WA) Viewing Already
Everett Animal Services (Everett, WA) View Stray Animals
Skagit Humane Society (Burlington, WA) *strays not featured online
W.A.I.F. (Whidbey Island, WA) View Stray Animal List
P.A.W.S. (Lynnwood, WA) View Stray Animals
Whatcom Humane Society (Bellingham, WA) *strays not featured online
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If your animal gets out and finds their way to the shelter as a stray you can pick up your animal seven days a week in most cases. Voicemails are checked in the morning usually between 7:00 am & 8:00 am so leaving a message prior to that is best. You can additionally try emailing us at

You can also reclaim your stray animal by visiting the shelter during normal business hours.

Monday and Tuesday we are closed to the public, but stray reclaiming can be done in most cases by simply calling the shelter at any hour and leaving a call back number for the morning staff, calling during the day before noon, or stopping by the shelter and knocking on the door. The staff can be in various areas of the shelter on Mondays and Tuesdays so you may have to be patient and persistent in order to have a staff person hear your call or knock. This information can also be used for early morning pickup if needed.

You must have proof of ownership in order to take home your animal. ID matching the current microchip registration, veterinary records with animal's photo on paperwork, recent date-stamped photos, etc. Reclaiming your animal does require payment of stray/impound fees. CASA is unable to legally waive any Island County Impound Fees. Please come prepared. No Checks, cash preferred.



Impound Fee 1st Offense $25
Impound Fee 2nd Offense $50
Impound Fee 3rd Offense $100
Boarding $10 per day
Current Annual Dog License Proof of - or must purchase to reclaim (view license rates)
Medical Fee Only applicable if your animal requires medical treatment that cannot wait through the five day stray hold or if contagious.
Impound Fee $25
Boarding $10 per day
County License No cat licensing on Camano Island
Medical Fee Only applicable if your animal requires medical treatment that cannot wait through the five day stray hold or if contagious.

♥ Please remember that having your pet properly equipped with a current ID tag, registered microchips, and/or current County Dog License will allow your animal to be linked back to you the quickest. The quicker you can be located the cheaper it will be to pick up your furry friend. Not having your dog legally licensed and/or if your dog is picked up more than once within a year period reclaiming fees will increase.

Going Home Chipped program: Stray cats and dogs who are being reclaimed by an owner are offered a microchip for free at the time of redemption if the pet is not already microchipped. CASA covers this cost because we know how imprtant they can be - especially if they have already found themselves in the shelter.


CASA is contracted with Island County for stray animal services. Our shelter is a temporary home for found dogs, cats, and occasionally other small pets. If you are missing your pet please contact the shelter and provide a detailed description in order for staff to check if your pet is at the shelter or if your pet has been reported as found by a citizen. CASA records detailed information in a Lost and Found pet binder for stray pets being housed by members of the public. Please ask for your information to be listed in the binder for future reference if your pet is not at the shelter. You can also email the shelter or drop off a missing pet flyer at the shelter during open hours. A photo of your pet is critical to identifying them properly and bringing them home.

Remember that CASA holds stray animals for 5 days before placing them up for adoption. We have one of the longest stray hold periods around. All animals are scanned for microchips. Please call the microchip registration company for your pet's microchip and verify that your contact information is current. It is never too late to update your pet's microchip registration. You can do this even if your pet has already gone missing as long as you have the microchip number. CASA can help you if you have questions regarding your pet's microchip before or when they are missing.

• Missing Pet Resources
• Camano/Stanwood Lost & Found Pet Facebook group (outside link)
• Reclaiming your pet from the shelter


If you have found a dog or cat please contact the shelter to see if anyone has reported the pet missing. If the shelter is closed, please leave us a detailed message or contact Animal Control. You are always free to bring the found dog or cat to the shelter during open hours. We ask that you do not bring them into the building. Come in the shelter and a staff member will come out to your vehicle and assist you with the animal. We highly recommend that you bring the animal to any veterinary clinic or shelter as soon as possible to have them scanned for a microchip. This is always a free and simple service which often quickly leads to the animal's owner. Always make sure the person scanning the animal scans at least TWICE and scans the entire body including legs and rear each time.
• Camano/Stanwood Lost & Found Pet Facebook group (outside link)