Take the cat to ANY vet or contact RSPCA / SSPCA
Take the cat to ANY vet or contact your local council.
MICROCHIP SCANNING IS NOT MANDATORY so request it!
* SCANNING FOR MICROCHIPS
Take the cat to any vet/rescue centre to be scanned for a microchip.
Your local Cats Protection may be able to scan at your home.
Various Facebook groups may also be able to help.
Notify vets in your area so they can record the details.
* PAPER COLLARS (see image)
You can print/make a paper collar to put on the cat (or a SAFETY RELEASE collar & barrel with your details in
* RESCUE CENTRES / ORGANISATIONS
Contact all your local rescue centres/organisations & add your name to as many waiting lists as possible.
* ADVERTISE! ADVERTISE! ADVERTISE!
Put POSTERS up in shops, pubs, on lampposts, etc.
Register on lost/found pets WEBSITES.
Put ads in LOCAL NEWSPAPERS
* OWNER FOUND
Regardless of how plausible an enquirer may seem, NEVER hand over an animal without seeing something to support their claim to be the true owner!
With thanks to Kristy Shaw (Daisy Cat Shaw) for permission to use the image on MCC.