Some pet owners in East Tennessee are trying to reconnect with furry friends after Wednesday's fireworks displays.
Young Williams Animal Center says they don't have a count yet, but they have seen an increase in animals coming in, as well as people looking for their pets.
The center says it's important for people to get their pets microchipped, and make sure the chip is registered so it's east to re-connect if the pet gets lost.
"What we're going to see is that more animals are going to be brought in throughout the remainder of the week and the weekend because they may be lost, and people haven't actually seen them yet, and so we'll probably see an increase throughout the rest of the week and the weekend," said Amy Johnson, director of outreach at Young Williams.
Young Williams says if your pet is missing, search the lost and found section on their website, or drop by to see if they've been brought in.