Your CAT has gone missing

  • Contact the microchip company and ask them to flag the cat as ‘missing.’
    To find out who to ring, put the chip number into the check-a-chip website
  • Please ring all vets in your local area
  • Contact the cat rescues in the area
  • Register details on these websites for free
  • Pets Located The Pets Located website is particularly important since any cats that are picked up by a RSPCA Inspector or volunteer are registered on this database (including those that are ill or injured and get taken to Manchester animal hospital.)
  • Animal Search UK
  • Ask neighbours (via a poster / letters through doors) to open all sheds/garages/outbuildings as many cats get locked in because of their inquisitive nature
  • Scent your garden – put dirty litter / used bedding / contents of the hoover / own used clothes – all in the garden – put used bedding (cat and human) / used clothes on line to blow the scent around but shelter when raining
  • Go out calling when deadly quiet so you can hear each other – rattle treats / take smelly food / take squeaky toy if they has one – listen carefully especially at outbuildings in case locked in
  • Give a poster to postman / milkman as they cover large areas every day
  • Go out calling when deadly quiet so you can hear each other – rattle treats / take smelly food / take squeaky toy if they has one – listen carefully especially at outbuildings in case your pet is locked in
  • Contact the local County Council as they are responsible for collecting deceased cats off the roads. Cheshire East (who use a subsidiary called ANSA) can be contacted on 0300 123 5011
  • Put up flyers on lampposts and / or through doors locally
  • If you’ve just moved to the area but not far from the previous property, there is every chance your cat could’ve made it’s way back to your last house – so please visit the old property just in case.

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