How can I find my lost cat UK?
- Local vets in your area.
- Your local Police Station.
- All local animal rehoming charities.
- Your local newspaper (to put an ad in the ‘lost and found’ section of the classified adverts)
- Boarding catteries in the area.
- Lost and found pet websites, for example www.petslocated.com and www.animalsearchuk.co.uk.
How often do lost cats come home?
Looking through years of case records of hundreds of missing cats, the number one way cats are found is that they simply come home in about twenty percent of missing cat cases. If your cat is going to come home on his own, looking for him, in the proper way, certainly won’t hurt his chances of coming home.
What do the RSPCA do in Brighton and East Grinstead?
RSPCA Sussex Brighton and East Grinstead Branch rescues, rehomes and rehabilitates unwanted, abandoned and neglected dogs, cats, rabbits, small furries, birds, reptiles and wildlife.
How many animals does the RSPCA care for in Patcham?
Our dedicated team of staff and volunteers at our Animal Centre in Patcham are passionate about animal welfare and doing everything we can to help the area’s neediest animals. We care for around 600 animals, birds and reptiles each year at the shelter, run a subsidised neutering scheme and work to help pets and wildlife in the community.
How many cats do RSPCA rescue per day?
The RSPCA rescue about 90 cats per day. We already have so many animals needing homes so it’s fantastic news for everyone when we find a microchip. Unfortunately our delight at finding a chip all too often turns to disappointment when the details on it are out of date. This renders it useless.
How old is drew from the RSPCA Sussex?
He is a Netherland dwarf rabbit, neutered, vaccinated and microchipped, male 1 year old Drew is a sweet little rabbit, he likes to be stroked. He is very small only just over 1kg in weight and is fully grown. He is looking for a neutered female rabbit for company, he could live inside or outside.