Lost and Found
Lost a cat?
If your cat is microchipped, ring the chip company on the paperwork and report your cat as missing.
Lost cats are often nearby, but disorientated or trapped. So put flyers through all neighboring houses doors, asking them to check sheds and garages.
Empty the hoover in the garden and hang dirty washing on the line. Go out calling your cats name. Put a warm tin of tuna by the windowsill. The familiar smells and sounds can help your cat find its way home.
Contact all local vets and cat shelters in case your cat has been brought in. Leave a description and contact details.
Check the found section of the following websites and list your cat as lost: AnimalSearchUK.co.uk and UKMissingPetRegister
Found a cat?
Collarless cats that appear homeless may have an owner. Put a paper collar on the cat and write 'this cat visits me, is he yours?' and put your phone number on it. This will rule out that the cat is not just visiting other houses despite having a home.
Put up found posters and ask neighbors if they know this cat.
If there is no response take the cat to vet to be scanned for a chip, or ask a shelter to trap the cat and scan it.
Check the lost sections of these websites and list the cat as found: AnimalSearchUK.co.uk and UKMissingPetRegister
Please get in touch:
Email email@example.com or message our facebook page if you have lost or found a cat. Provide the following information when you get in contact:
Lost: Name? Male or female? Neutered? Breed? Colour? Microchipped? Wearing a collar? Distinctive features? Last seen when/where? Contact details?
Found: Breed? Colour? Collar? Neutered? Gender? Found where/when? Contact details?
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