Every year many cats go missing and anyone who has ever lost a cat will tell you how upsetting it can be. We have a list of lost and found cats which is updated on a regular basis. We will include a cat's details on the site for up to four months. If the cat is still missing after this time let us know and we will re-enter its details.
If you are reporting a lost or found cat please download and complete all the questions in the relevant Word document below and email it back to us. If you can also supply a photo of the cat please ensure it is low resolution (under 72 dpi).
STRAY CATS - PLEASE NOTE
Post codes covered by our branch are NN1-NN5, NN6 -NN7(some) NN11-NN13. We are unable to deal with reports of stray cats that come under other post codes. Please send details to the appropriate branch. You may need to call their helpline.
I have lost a cat
Email: document to firstname.lastname@example.org
I have found a stray cat.
Email document to email@example.com
Alternatively you can email us via the Contact Us page.
If your cat goes missing, don't panic!
Check indoors - look in every room in the house, including the loft or cellar. Look in places like airing cupboards, drawers, behind sofas and inside washing baskets. Don’t forget the washing machine and tumble drier!
Look outside - give his ‘special’ call for food or rattle his food dish or treats.
Explore your garden. Look up as well as in the bushes and check sheds, garages and outbuildings.Keep calling and listen for an answer.Get all your family members to call in turn. And ask your neighbours if you can have a look in their gardens too.
Make flyers - create and print flyers to put through neighbour’s doors; include a good description, a photo and your contact details. Ask on the flyers if your neighbours can check their garages and sheds.
Advertise - put up adverts in local shops and your local vet.
Check with the vets - your cat may have been involved in an accident and taken in for treatment. By having your cat microchipped your vet will be aware if your cat comes into their surgery too.
Check with the council - contact your local council’s environmental health department to see if they have a record of any cats that have been involved in road traffic accident.
When your cat returns home please notify us so that we can remove him or her from the lost cat list, it is also nice to know that they have arrived back home safely.Thank you.