FOR LOST AND FOUND CATS PLEASE CONTACT CAROLE ON 023 92583637 OR EMAIL HER AT email@example.com
Please note that this service is provided solely by a volunteer, we will endeavour to respond to you as soon as possible.
Unfortunately, from time to time, our beloved cats may go missing. Gosport Town Cats Protection actively tries to help reunite owners with their cats by advertising those that are reported missing or who have been found. Please click on the links below to view details of our current lost and found cats. The best way to make contact with Gosport Lost and Found is by EMAIL at any time
Lost Cats - please send Carole an email firstname.lastname@example.org
Give your name, address & landline telephone number, The cats name, breed, colour,age, is the cat neutered/spayed, micro-chipped and wearing a collar. Attach a recent photo of the cat.
Found Cats - please send Carole an email email@example.com
Give your name, address & landline number. As much information about the cat as possible. Great if you could attach a photo so we can check to see if the cat appears on our lost file.
If unable to email please phone 023 92583637 between the hours of 8.00 am - 8.00 pm.
Find out how to report cruelty or an animal in distress ... Call the RSPCA Cruelty line on 0300 1234 999. Please answer as many questions as possible as they prioritise all calls.
For both lost and found cats we recommend that you check with other local animal rescue charities, at local vets and put up lost or found posters including a photo of the cat.
For lost cats it's a good idea to ask neighbours to check garages, sheds and workshops. Register the lost or found cat on the Animal Search website - a free service to use and will help maximise publicity. Just click on Animal Search to the left of this page.
Cats Protection recommends micro-chipping as a safe and permanent means of identification. If your cat is not chipped, please consider having it done as it largely increases the chances of your cat being found if it is ever lost. We can offer you further information regarding this or speak to your local vets.