Lost and Found
Welcome to the Lost and Found Page!
To report a missing cat
Please email us with as many details as possible about the cat, including; location, date they went missing, sex, age, colouring and whether they are micro-chipped or wearing a collar. It is also really helpful if you can include a photo.
Cats Protection strongly advise that all cats are micro-chipped - it is vital in increasing the chances of a happy reunion when they go missing.
To report a found cat:-
Please contact us with as many details as possible about the cat, including; location, date they were first seen, approximate sex, age, colouring and whether they are micro-chipped or wearing a collar. It is also helpful if you can email a photo.
If you find a cat, it is really important to get them to a vet to check for a micro-chip. If you do not have transport, one of our volunteers may be able to come to you with a mobile scanner.
If you are concerned that the cat is ill, injured or in immediate danger then please take them to your nearest vet or contact the RSPCA on 0300 1234 999 (select option 1 for emergencies).
Please note, we are not able to put stray cats up for rehoming until 14 days after you have contacted us. For more information on stray cats, please click on the following link.