Lost or Found

If you have lost or found a pet of any species, please report them to www.petslocated.com. Stray animals rescued or taken in by the RSPCA are now logged at the above site.

Inspectors, animal centres and branches like us are using the service which covers the whole of the UK. If your pet has been found by the RSPCA, their details will be added onto petslocated.

NB: We no longer take lost or found reports here at the Nottingham and Notts Branch.

If the animal you have found is sick or injured, for dogs contact your local authority dog warden, for all other species and advice ring 0300 1234 999.

You may find the following information useful.

If you have lost or found a pet of any species, please report them to

petslocated.com

Lost a dog?

If you have lost a dog, you need to contact your local authority Dog Warden and as many local vets as possible. We also urge you to advertise your missing dog throughout the vicinity you live in with posters and a leaflet drop. Please remember if your pet has been found, to take the posters down.

It is a legal requirement for dogs to wear a collar and tag when out in public and from the 6th April 2016 it is a legal requirement to have your dog microchipped.

Telephone numbers and links:

Disclaimer – This is a list of contacts you may find useful. The RSPCA Nottingham and Notts Branch is not responsible for content within the above links.

You can report your dog missing on local social media sites, particularly facebook. Please Google ‘Lost and found pets’ or ‘Spotted’ pages for your area.

Found a dog?

Please contact your local authority Dog Warden immediately as they are responsible for stray dogs. We also urge you to advertise the dog as much as possible through posters, a found poster is available to download to print below. Please remember if the pet has been found, to take the posters down.

Telephone numbers and links:

Disclaimer – This is a list of contacts you may find useful. The RSPCA Nottingham and Notts Branch is not responsible for content within the above links.

Lost a cat?

If you have lost a cat, please advertise your pet missing as much as possible locally and on petslocated.

It is essential that people in your vicinity know your cat is missing. Cover a wide area and ask people to check sheds or garages in case they have been trapped. Also contact a circle of vets and contact other charities.

Telephone numbers and contacts:

We advise you to put up posters and also leaflet your area as cats are often thought to be strays and been fed by well meaning people when they are in fact owned. Please remember if your pet has been found, to take the posters down.

We also advise you Google ‘Lost and found pets’ and ‘Spotted’ pages for your area.

Disclaimer – This is a list of contacts you may find useful. The RSPCA Nottingham and Notts Branch is not responsible for content within the above links.

Found a cat?

If you have found a cat, there are several procedures you need to go through. Firstly, advertise on petslocated.

By nature, cats are extremely inquisitive and aren’t particularly faithful to their owners. If you have been feeding a cat then you are taking responsibility for all its welfare needs, particularly if you have been doing this over weeks or months.

It is essential that you advertise the animal as much as possible locally, years of experience has shown us most ‘stray’ cats do, in fact, have a home or at least someone caring for them. You can download and print paper collars and found posters via the links below, please remember if the pet is found to take the posters down.

If you do not have access to a printer, a clearly written home made poster will do just as well. To make a paper collar cut a strip of paper (approx. 1.5cm) off the long length of a sheet of A4. Write on it ‘Does this cat have a home?’ and your phone number then cover the length in sellotape leaving a 2cm gap sellotape free. This means if the cat gets caught on anything the collar will tear free.

We advise you use the collar over a 3 day period and URGE YOU TO TAKE ALL REASONABLE PRECAUTIONS WHEN APPROACHING THE CAT AND FIXING THE COLLAR. Only do so if the cat is friendly, do not risk being bitten. If the cat is not approachable, it may be feral or semi-feral and therefore capable of sustaining its own lifestyle with the minimum of human intervention.

Telephone numbers and contacts:

Disclaimer – This is a list of contacts you may find useful. The RSPCA Nottingham and Notts Branch is not responsible for content within the above links.

Lost or found a small pet?

If you have lost a small pet again, advertise on petslocated, please advertise them as much as possible locally and contact local vets. Also, search online for species specific rescues in Nottingham.

Disclaimer – This is a list of contacts you may find useful. The RSPCA Nottingham and Notts Branch is not responsible for content within the above links.

Lost a dog?

Lost a dog?

If you have lost a dog, you need to contact your local authority Dog Warden and as many local vets as possible. We also urge you to advertise your missing dog throughout the vicinity you live in with posters and a leaflet drop. Please remember if your pet has been found, to take the posters down.

It is a legal requirement for dogs to wear a collar and tag when out in public and from the 6th April 2016 it is a legal requirement to have your dog microchipped.

Telephone numbers and links:

Disclaimer – This is a list of contacts you may find useful. The RSPCA Nottingham and Notts Branch is not responsible for content within the above links.

You can report your dog missing on local social media sites, particularly facebook. Please Google ‘Lost and found pets’ or ‘Spotted’ pages for your area.

Found a dog?

Found a dog?

Please contact your local authority Dog Warden immediately as they are responsible for stray dogs. We also urge you to advertise the dog as much as possible through posters, a found poster is available to download to print below. Please remember if the pet has been found, to take the posters down.

Telephone numbers and links:

Disclaimer – This is a list of contacts you may find useful. The RSPCA Nottingham and Notts Branch is not responsible for content within the above links.

Lost a cat?

Lost a cat?

If you have lost a cat, please advertise your pet missing as much as possible locally and on petslocated.

It is essential that people in your vicinity know your cat is missing. Cover a wide area and ask people to check sheds or garages in case they have been trapped. Also contact a circle of vets and contact other charities.

Telephone numbers and contacts:

We advise you to put up posters and also leaflet your area as cats are often thought to be strays and been fed by well meaning people when they are in fact owned. Please remember if your pet has been found, to take the posters down.

We also advise you Google ‘Lost and found pets’ and ‘Spotted’ pages for your area.

Disclaimer – This is a list of contacts you may find useful. The RSPCA Nottingham and Notts Branch is not responsible for content within the above links.

Found a cat?

Found a cat?

If you have found a cat, there are several procedures you need to go through. Firstly, advertise on petslocated.

By nature, cats are extremely inquisitive and aren’t particularly faithful to their owners. If you have been feeding a cat then you are taking responsibility for all its welfare needs, particularly if you have been doing this over weeks or months.

It is essential that you advertise the animal as much as possible locally, years of experience has shown us most ‘stray’ cats do, in fact, have a home or at least someone caring for them. You can download and print paper collars and found posters via the links below, please remember if the pet is found to take the posters down.

If you do not have access to a printer, a clearly written home made poster will do just as well. To make a paper collar cut a strip of paper (approx. 1.5cm) off the long length of a sheet of A4. Write on it ‘Does this cat have a home?’ and your phone number then cover the length in sellotape leaving a 2cm gap sellotape free. This means if the cat gets caught on anything the collar will tear free.

We advise you use the collar over a 3 day period and URGE YOU TO TAKE ALL REASONABLE PRECAUTIONS WHEN APPROACHING THE CAT AND FIXING THE COLLAR. Only do so if the cat is friendly, do not risk being bitten. If the cat is not approachable, it may be feral or semi-feral and therefore capable of sustaining its own lifestyle with the minimum of human intervention.

Telephone numbers and contacts:

Disclaimer – This is a list of contacts you may find useful. The RSPCA Nottingham and Notts Branch is not responsible for content within the above links.

Lost or found a small pet?

Lost or found a small pet?

If you have lost a small pet again, advertise on petslocated, please advertise them as much as possible locally and contact local vets. Also, search online for species specific rescues in Nottingham.

Disclaimer – This is a list of contacts you may find useful. The RSPCA Nottingham and Notts Branch is not responsible for content within the above links.

If you have lost or found a pet of any species, please report them towww.petslocated.com