Find Lost Pets

Lost Pets

  • Cucumber the

    Breed: Domestic Short Hair
    Color: Brn Tab/Wht
    Weight: 9.37 lbs
    Gender: Female
    Found In: Hawthorne

  • Balsamic the

    Breed: Pit Bull Mix
    Color: Red/Wht
    Weight: 56.70 lbs
    Gender: Male
    Found In: Lawndale

  • Olive Oil the

    Breed: Pit Bull Mix
    Color: Red/Wht
    Weight: 47.30 lbs
    Gender: Female
    Found In: Lawndale

  • Charlie Brown the

    Breed: Shepherd Mix
    Color: Blk/Tan
    Weight: 68.30 lbs
    Gender: Male
    Found In: Hawthorne

  • Helen the

    Breed: Terrier Mix
    Color: Wht/ Blk
    Weight: 10.62 lbs
    Gender: Female
    Found In: Lynwood

  • Rita the

    Breed: Australian Cattle Dog
    Color: Blue Merle/Wht
    Weight: 68.20 lbs
    Gender: Female
    Found In: El Segundo

Have you lost one of us? Before you come to spcaLA to look for your pet, please give us a call at (310) 676-1149 or email to let us know you’re on the way. Animals on this page are housed at the spcaLA South Bay Pet Adoption Center. For directions and hours of operation, visit our locations page.

spcaLA houses stray animals found in the cities of Culver City, El Segundo, Hawthorne, Hermosa Beach, Lawndale, Lynwood, Manhattan Beach, and West Hollywood. If you have lost your pet in a different area, or you don’t see your pet listed, please click here to view a listing of other animal shelters and agencies.

Also, please read more tips for helping to Find Your Lost Pet.


  • Present a valid government-issued ID/driver’s license.
  • Present proof of ownership such as license number, rabies certificate, photographs, or adoption papers.
  • You may be required to renew expired licenses or rabies certificates. Pet licenses must be renewed within city of residence. By law, all pets must have a rabies vaccine prior to leaving the shelter. You must present proof of rabies vaccine or spcaLA will administer it.
  • You may have to pay impound and boarding fees. There is an additional charge for pets that are not spayed or neutered.


Shelter pets’ breeds and ages are characterizations based on appearance, and are not meant to indicate or guarantee lifespan, temperament, disposition, lineage or actual breed.