Lost and Found

Lost a cat?
We understand that a missing pet is very distressing for the owner, so if this happen to you, please click HERE for our guidance on what to do and for some reassuring advice.

If you choose to post a photo of your missing cat on Facebook, please do let us know and we will share this from our branch page to help increase the number of people who will see your post.

Found a cat?
If you have found a cat who you don't recognise and doesn't seem to have a home, please click HERE to find out what to do next.
If you need further help, please get in touch with us directly - lostandfound@eastlancs.cats.org.uk


George, male cat - missing from PR1 Preston (Scotforth Road) since 27 March 2021

Description: grey with stripes, shorthair, white paws, neutered and microchipped, pink and blue collar with bell and about 10 years old. 

If you have any information or sightings, please contact us on the email address above and we will get in touch with George's owner. 

I've lost my cat

Search first. Check small spaces – everywhere from cosy cupboards to garden sheds

If your cat is microchipped, talk to Petlog on 0844 4633 999 to register your cat missing

Contact all vet practices in the area

Make and put up flyers in the local area

Use social media! Post a picture and description of your cat on your own Facebook page as well as the page of your local Facebook group

I've found a cat

Ask your neighbours if they recognise the cat – there might be someone searching for their lost pet

If the cat is sick or injured, call the RSPCA on 0300 1234 999 (UK), USPCA on 028 3025 1000 (NI) or SSPCA on 03000 999 999 (Scotland)

Check the cat for identification. Take it to your local vet clinic to be scanned for a microchip

Check local newspapers and Facebook community groups to see if the cat has been listed as missing