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Lost and Found

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. If you think you have information regarding any of these cats, or have recently lost or found a cat, please call us on 07720 876211 or send an e-mail to oliver.cpgosport@gmail.com   We will take down the cat's details so that we can advertise it for you, and we can also offer plenty of advice and further information. Calls are normally answered between 9am and 7pm, but you can leave a message any time and we'll get back to you. 

We know it's a worrying time if your pet goes missing but there are some things you can do. It's a good idea to register lost and found cats on the Animal Search website, it's free to use and will help maximise publicity. Just click on Animal Search to the left of this page. 

As well as the Animal Search website you can add posts of both lost and found cats on our Facebook page. A photo is always a great help and lots of details about the cat and where it went missing or was found, eg colour, build, age, sex, wearing a collar, etc.  Use the Facebook link on this website.

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 also a good idea to ask neighbours to check garages, sheds and workshops as cats are very inquisitive. 

Cats Protection recommends microchipping as a safe and permanent means of identification, encourages owners to keep their registered contact details up to date, and ensures all its cats and kittens are microchipped before rehoming. Do let us know if your pet is found or an owner claims a found cat. 

Our lost cats

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Our found cats

View a complete list of our found cats