Lost and Found

Losing your cat is a trumatic experience for everyone, we are here to help as much as we can to reunite you with your moggy but to do this we need some specific information to help us. If you could provide as much of the detail as possible it will help us to put a more complete profile on our Lost & Found pages so if someone sees your cat they can identify it as lost and get in contact with us. So... when you contact us about your lost cat please have the following details handy...

To report a lost Cat:

Please contact our Lost & Found Officer whose phone number can be found on the Contact Us page of this site and provide the following information.

Description of cat:

  • Name
  • Sex
  • Age
  • Size/build
  • Coat colour
  • Type of coat i.e. long or short-haired
  • Eye colour
  • Details of any distinguishing marks or physical characteristics
  • Details of any identification devices e.g. collar, tag or microchip? (please include colour of collar/tag if applicable)
  • Area and date last seen
  • Your contact telephone numbers (landline and mobile)*
  • If possible, your most recent photograph of the cat

PLEASE remember to let us know if your cat is found.

To report a found Cat:

Please contact our Lost & Found Officer whose phone number can be found on the Contact Us page of this site and provide the following information:

  • A description of the cat (as detailed as possible - see above)
  • Area and date found
  • Your contact telephone numbers (landline and mobile)*

PLEASE remember to let us know if you locate the owner of the cat.

* We will only publish details of lost or found cats on our website, your name and contact details will be kept private.

Other things to do if you have lost your cat or found a stray cat

  • Ask neighbours, check their sheds and garages
  • Create a poster and leaflets to put through letter boxes
  • Search surrounding areas with another person, and take your cat’s favourite treats
  • Call local veterinary surgeries and animal shelters
  • Phone your local council – have a friend with you when you call or get them to phone for you
  • Ask your local postman and milkman
  • Send information to local newspapers and radio stations
  • Post the details on to a Facebook page - if you don't have one, do you know someone who does? 

and also try...

Contacting Animal Search UK – a website which helps reunite owners with their pets or report a found cat.








Please remember... when leaving phone numbers for volunteers to make contact... please use landline numbers where possible. Thank you!