The flyers have a photo of the missing pet, a description and a way to contact the pet's owner.
So far, at least five owners have asked Sanfratello to get the word out about their missing pets, WABC reported. He offers the service at no charge.
No pets have been reunited yet but the service just started last week. And the idea may spread and get fur families back together, WPIX reported.
"Hopefully, more businesses will take part in this. That's our intent -- to reunite as many pets with their families as possible," Sanfratello told WPIX.