Lost and Found

We are now using Animal Search UK, if you have lost or found a cat please click on the yellow links at the bottom of the page.

If you would like us to advertise your lost cat on our Facebook page, please email nortonradstockcp@aol.com - if you can provide a photo that would be great. We will need your name, cat's description (if no picture), area last seen, date the cat went missing and your contact number, also any other information that you think might help. We will then add your cat to our Facebook page.
To get a found cat added to our waiting list please ring Mollie on 01761 410594

For help with sick or injured strays

Please note that if your enquiry is in connection with a sick or injured cat you should contact the RSPCA, they will provide you with a log number which will enable one of the local veterinary practices to give emergency treatment.

Royal Society of Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA)

24hr cruelty and advice line 0300 1234 999 

The RSPCA has an agreement with the British Veterinary Association (BVA) to provide initial emergency assessment and care for sick and injured animals. This may include euthanasia.  

In all cases the finder must have obtained prior authorisation by calling the RSPCA BEFORE attending the veterinary surgery.

Reporting a sick or injured cat to the RSPCA from the outset allows the release of funds for initial emergency treatment. It also allows the RSPCA to have the ability to investigate any potential cases of cruelty or neglect. These investigations cannot happen once the cat has been transferred to the care of another charity such as Cats Protection. 

Veterinary surgeons in the UK have a duty to provide first aid and pain relief for sick and injured strays presented to their care. Vets are also expected to take reasonable steps to locate an owner. This could include:

  • Scanning for a microchip
  • Looking for contact details on a collar
  • Advertising in the practice that a stray has been found.
  • Contacting clients or contacting other local veterinary practices to see if any animals have been reported missing.

Cats Protection has teamed up with Animal Search UK to provide the UK's most advanced lost and found database.

Animal Search UK is the leading search service for missing pets in Britain. They specialise in helping to reunite owners with lost or stolen pets. Their website is free to use, provides local and national coverage and offers free help and advice for people who have lost or found a pet.

To get started, please choose one of the options below.

I've lost my cat

Cats Protection is working with Animal Search UK to reunite more cats and owners.

If you have lost your cat, click the link to register your cat as missing.

The link will redirect you to the Animal Search UK website.

I've found a cat

Cats Protection is working with Animal Search UK to reunite more cats and their owners.

If you have found a cat, please click the link below to register the cat at Animal Search UK.

The Link will redirect you to the Animal Search UK website.

Animal Search UK logo
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