The National Pet Registry, which is the federal government’s pet registry, says that cats can be picked up and dropped off at any location in the U.S. It says that it will not be responsible for lost or stolen pets.
It also says that pets can be transported to any location by a licensed pet carrier, such as a company that offers a cat carrier, and may be picked-up at a participating PetSmart.
It is not known whether the two cat carriers that were reportedly used by the two dogs to get into the home are available in the Tampa area.
The National Center for Missing and Exploited Pets reported the incident to the U to the Florida Department of Agriculture on Sunday.
The dogs, named “Penguin” and “Jumbo,” were initially reported missing on Friday by a woman who said she found them in a parking lot on Saturday, according to NBC News.
They were found by a neighbor on Sunday, and they were returned to the home, according the report.
The Florida Department for Animal Services said in a statement Sunday that they had received “a number of calls regarding the disappearance of two pets that were found in a Tampa parking lot.”
The agency said that the department is investigating.