Lost and Found

Losing your cat is a very traumatic experience but you can help him/her to be reunited with you.

• Put up posters but do check with your Council where you are allowed to do this, we can help you with posters
• Put notices through letterboxes in your area, asking people to check their garden, sheds and garages
• Notify all vets in your area (see below)

• If you have a photo please send it to us and we will put it on the website
• Use online services such as Petsearch which co-ordinates information from the police, vets, etc. (www.ukpetsearch.freeuk.com)

• If your cat is chipped notify their database, e.g. Identichip or Petlog (www.petlog.org.uk; www.identichip.co.uk)
• Contact the Refuse Department of your local Council as they are obliged to keep a record of  animals they pick up.
• Post details on the Catchat Forum on www.catchat.org
• Ask the children in your area, the milkman, the postman
• Post details on social networking sites, such as Facebook, Twitter etc

Useful numbers:
Bury St Edmunds Branch of Cats Protection  01284 850887
Bury Stray Cats Fund     01284 388455
Cambridge Branch of Cats Protection   01223 241371
RSPCA West Suffolk     01284 767662/0845 200028
Blue Cross Cambridge     01223 350153
Wood Green Animal Shelter    01763 838329
Homefield Veterinary Practice    01440 712021
Swayne and Partners Veterinary Practice  01440 702007