Lost and Found
If you have lost or found a cat and live in our area, please notify us right away via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
– stating the following details:
- Your name and address, including postcode and your telephone number (for our records only)
- Whether you wish for your telephone number to appear on our website (lost cats only)
- The cat’s name, any distinguishing features, colour, age, hair type, sex and breed if pedigree, neutered or not, microchipped or not?
- The date the cat was lost/found
Please remember that the earlier you report your cat missing, the better the chance of finding him/her again. Always thoroughly search your house, outbuildings, gardens and neighbours’ outhouses before reporting a cat lost.We suggest you inform the following:-
- Local veterinary surgeons
- Local pet shops
- Local RSPCA, Blue Cross, PDSA and any other rescue centres in the area
- The cleansing department of your local council
- Your postman, milkman, paper delivery person
Offer a reward
- Posters around the neighbourhood
- Distribute leaflets to shops, libraries, Post Offices, garages
- lcoal schools, local newspapers, local radio stations
- Local notice boards, including a photograph of your missing cat
your cat does return, DO
inform any authorities that have been asked to look for him/her, and please let us know too if we have put your cats details on our web site.
Please note that lost cats will be shown on our pages for a maximum period of six months unless we hear from you.
The following website may be of use in your search for your lost or stolen cat - www.lostyourpet.net
- The UK's National Register of Lost and Stolen Pets
- Registration is FREE* - it's so easy!
- Help Reunite Owners With Their Loved Lost Or Stolen Family Pet
- All Areas Covered No Matter How Far Your Pet Has Travelled!
- *To Register A Found Pet and General Registration To The Site Is Totally Free And Only Take Approx 3 Minutes To Register Your Details - To Register A Lost Or Stolen Pet a £5 annual fee is charged.