Lost and Found
What to do when you've lost your cat:-
The following advice will hopefully help you find your cat again
LOOK IN Loft, cellars, cupboards, all rooms, sheds, garages, out-houses, green-houses, local halls, gardens, hedgerows.
INFORM Cats Protection Nottingham Adoption Centre (0115 9386557), all local vets, other local charities and welfare organisations, local schools, milk, paper and post delivery people. Phone your local council and ask for Environmental Health Dept.
ADVERTISEMENTS on Notice Boards in all public places and Shop Windows (We do not recommend advertising the cat's name but do include a photograph, if possible.) Pet Shops, Vets, Library, Launderette, Hair Dressers, Newsagents, Fish & Chip Shops, Post Offices, Shops, Garages, Health Centre, Dentist.
In halls used by public Cubs, Scouts, Brownies, Playgroups, Youth Clubs, Bingo Halls, Social Clubs, Pubs.
Posters taped to telegraph and lamp posts near Bus Stops, Phone Boxes and Letter Boxes as well as on your own front gate.
LEAFLET DROP Door to door in your area, ensure that every household receives one.
NEWSPAPERS & RADIO Contact local radio stations for Lost/Found appeals as well as local press for Lost/Found column in newspapers.
TALK TO PEOPLE Walking dogs, going shopping, on way to/from school/work. Lollipop person, Traffic Warden, Road Sweeper, Police.
NOTIFY US Please remember to notify us on 0115 9386557, as well as everyone else, when you find your cat again, as this will save a lot of time and resources by our volunteers, trying to find your cat. Whilst we are searching, puss is often curled up on his owner's bed, fast asleep!