Frequently Asked Questions

What are the contact details for the team?

Eve Moon  07393 799  137 or email  eve.moon@cats.org.uk

Amy Carlin  07896  686   998 or email  amy.carlin@cats.org.uk

Susan Hammond   07584   778   864  

Jess Williams  07818   533  970

Yvette Adams  07815  006  705

 

I think this cat is a stray

Use this page to post photos of the cat, this way any owner can see them and make contact. Get in contact with our team by either messaging or calling us to report the cat. Contact the Facebook page Volunteer or Amy Carlin, Yvette Adams or Eve Moon. We will then come to see the cat, scan it for a microchip and put a paper collar on it for any owner to come forwards.

I have lost my cat

Please use this blog to post photos of your lost cat, include the area you live in and a good description. Share your post to other Facebook pages in the local area. Contact local vets to see if your cat has been brought in.

I think I have found a cat

Use this blog to post photos of the cat, your location and a description. Share these to other local Facebook pages. If possible, take the cat to the local vets to be scanned for a microchip. It can then be returned to the owner.

I have found an injured cat

Our team works Weekdays, Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm. Whilst we make every effort to help cats as quickly as possible, if you have serious concerns about a cat, please call the RSPCA on 0300 1234 555. Please also feel free to take any cat to the vets as soon as possible if you can.

I am worried about the condition of a cat

Contact us if you have any concerns about a cat that you have seen. Take photos of the cat if you can so that we can assess its condition. We will then talk to you about the next steps.

How can I tell the difference between a stray and a feral cat?

Have a look at our website.

https://www.cats.org.uk/feral-cat