Have you found a cat?

What do I do if I've found a cat?

Most cats are, by nature, inclined to roam the area surrounding their home. You're likely to come across a stray cat on your travels, although it might be tricky to find out whether it is a stray cat, a feral or is in fact an owned cat with a sense of adventure.

What should you do if you've found a cat?

Feral, stray or owned cat?

Before you do anything, it is important to assess whether the cat you've found is a stray, a feral or an owned cat. If they appear well-groomed and is a healthy weight, they may have an owner nearby.

Ferals behave like wild animals and won't come close, even with encouragement. Stray cats might look lost and disorientated, but may be friendly if given time. Check out our image below for more tips on how to identify the cat you have found.

Keeping the cat safe

If the found cat is friendly, you might be able to check for identification tag - if it belongs to someone, give them a call and let them know. You can take the cat to your nearest vet to scan for a microchip, or call us on 07837 342646 for help.

It is also a good idea to advertise the cat you've found using flyers or social media sites. If you have no luck in finding the owner, contact us on 07837 342646 or message us on Facebook Click here