Post a Close-up and Shared Snapshot of Your Missing Pet
Ideally, your pet should have a chip so you can track it down if it ever goes missing. However, if this is not the case and your pet is lost, be sure to post its close-up and photo widely when you post the flyers.
The redditor presented this advice by pointing out that animal markings are visible in wide frames, so people can clearly see any identifiable features. People often post close-ups of an animal’s face, and as one shelter employee notes in an interview, you need both pictures so people can clearly identify your pet .
Again, it’s best to just flash your pets with a microchip, but if you find yourself in such a situation, this is something to keep in mind.