If you have lost a cat

Phone local rescue's, including our team on 0117 9776043. Somebody may have given your cat to a rescue home thinking that they are stray. All cat's that come to us are checked for microchips on arrival.

There are several other things you can do...

  • Ask neighbours to check their sheds and garages (if no one is in, try leaving a note).
  • Put up posters in your local area.
  • Call local vets to see if your pet has been taken there.
  • Phone local rescue's, somebody may have given your cat to a rescue home thinking that they are stray. All cat's that come to us are checked for microchips on arrival.
  • Contact your microchip company. The largest microchip database is Petlog. Click here to visit their website or you can call them on 01296 336579. They will send an alert out to professionals in your area.
  • Put their litter tray outside, and hang their bedding on the line. It might help your cat find their way home if they have gotten disorientated.
  • Call your local council and explain your cat is missing and they will put you through to the correct department to see if they have received any reports.

Register with online services:

  • Pets Located service tries to match lost and found pets automatically from a combination of description and location. It costs from as little as £6 to register, but you should be able to claim that back from your pet insurance. Click here to visit their website.
  • Post in local Facebook and social media groups such as Lost and Found Pets in Bristol/South Glos

Check with other local rescue centres to see your pet has been handed in to them:

Bristol and Wales Cat Rescue

Holly Hedge Animal Sanctuary

Bath Cats and Dogs Home

The Moggery

Microchipping is the most effective way of ensuring you can be reunited with your pet if they are lost, we offer a free microchipping service for cats.

We hope that you and your cat are reunited soon – please remember to update any rescue service you have contacted and take down any posters when you have found your pet. It ensures space for animals who are still missing – thank you.