FinD out all about our work in this documentary by our new patron, TV Vet Dr Scott

Animal Rescue Centres in the UK are in crisis | Rescue Vet with Dr Scott Miller: Dr Scott learns the shocking truth about the Rescue Centre crisis in the UK in this documentary about the essential role of NCAR in helping animals in need.

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Found or Lost a cat

Lost your cat?

Here is a simple guide of what to do if you have lost a cat:

  1. Search the immediate area: Start your search close to home, as cats often do not travel far from their territory. Check hiding spots like under bushes or in sheds.
  2. Ask neighbors and local businesses: Knock on doors and ask if anyone has seen your cat. Check with local businesses to see if they have seen any cats in the area.
  3. Post flyers: Create a flyer with a photo of your cat, your contact information, and any other relevant details, such as the cat’s name, age, and any identifying features. Post the flyers in your neighborhood and at local businesses.
  4. Use social media: Share information about your lost cat on your social media accounts and in local community groups. You can also use dedicated lost and found pet pages.
  5. Contact local animal shelters and rescue groups: Call NCAR on 01745 560546 and do Call other local animal shelters and rescue groups to see if your cat has been brought in. Provide them with a description of your cat and your contact information.
  6. Consider using a humane trap: If your cat is an indoor cat and is lost outside, consider using a humane trap to capture them. These traps are designed to keep the cat safe and unharmed.

Remember, cats can often find their way home on their own, so continue to search for your cat and keep sharing information until they are found.

found a stray cat?

Here is a simple guide of what to do if you have found a cat:

  1. Check for identification: Check if the cat has any identification tags or a microchip. If they do, contact the owner and return the cat to them.
  2. Ask around: Ask your neighbors if they recognise the cat or if they know of anyone in the area who is missing a cat.
  3. Post flyers: Create a flyer with a photo of the cat, your contact information, and any other relevant details, such as the location where the cat was found. Post the flyers in your neighborhood and at local businesses.
  4. Use social media: Share information about the found cat on your social media accounts and in local community groups. You can also use dedicated lost and found pet pages.
  5. Contact local animal shelters and rescue groups: Call NCAR on 01745 560546 ad do Call other local animal shelters and rescue groups to report the found cat. Provide them with a description of the cat and your contact information.
  6. Provide temporary care: Provide the cat with food, water, and shelter while you search for the owner. If you are unable to keep the cat, contact a local animal shelter or rescue group to see if they can take the cat in.

Remember, cats are often beloved members of a family, so it’s important to do everything you can to find the cat’s owner. Keep sharing information and checking in with local resources until the cat is reunited with their family.

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