Lost and Found
We keep a list of all reported lost and found cats. Please look below and select either Lost cats or Found cats for further details - note the most recent additions are at the top of the page.
IF YOU HAVE LOST YOUR CAT
If your cat has gone missing please contact us as soon as possible with details so we can check against reported found cats. We can also list details of your cat on this website and add a photo free of charge. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with a picture and detailed description of your cat including where and when it was last seen. If you are not on email you can call 07733 390345 call after 6pm or weekends - otherwise leave a message and we will get back to you.
WHAT YOU CAN DO
Put up posters in your area, ask neighbours to check their sheds and garages, and put up a notice in your local shop. Call the local vets which keep lists of cats that have been found. Also call the local council as in the unfortunate event your cat has been run over, they often collect animals from the roadside.
IF YOU THINK YOU HAVE FOUND A STRAY CAT
If you think you have found a stray cat please do not contact us unless you are sure it is stray or if it requires medical assistance. Below are some pointers in identifying a stray cat.
- Ask your neighbours if they know whose cat it is.
- Put up notices in the area, with a picture if possible, asking if the cat has an owner.
- Take the cat to a local vet to have it scanned for a microchip. This is a tiny chip inserted under the skin with all the cats owners details.
- A last resort would be to put a collar on the cat with a note asking for the owner to contact you. If you have not heard anything back in a week or so it would be fair to assume it didn't have an owner.