Help us reach our goal of 5 million pets reunited by 2032! Learn More.
3 months ago
Encountering the loss of a pet can be a deeply emotional and distressing ordeal for families. In such trying times, we connected with a pet finder, "PAWMAWSEARCHFORLOSTPETS," on Instagram, who served as a ray of hope. Through a collaboration blending their expertise with our advanced technology, they are revolutionizing the search and rescue approach for our beloved furry companions.
Sorry to hear about your kitty being lost. Put his/her litter box outside. Once s/he decides to come out of hiding, s/he will follow a familiar scent to its source. Check around the box often, especially at dusk and dawn. Also look up all tall trees in your neighborhood, since most cats have a habit of climbing trees when chased, and then being too afraid to climb back down. Hope Mae comes home soon!
Continuing to keep positive thoughts and prayers for the safe return of your beloved pet. Reach out directly to "animalsatellitesearch" via Instagram—they're a trusted and reliable resource for finding missing or stolen pets. I messaged them and they found mine in under a day. Give them a chance; hopefully, they'll assist in reuniting you with your loved one.
A few things you can try are: cats are active at night and early morning, walk around the outside of your house/building and whisper their name, do not shout it, the less yelling and excitement the better and then listen for a meow. They usually don't stray very far from home. Put his food/water, catnip, and clothing you wore earlier in the day in front or in back of your house, they say cats can smell up to a mile. Do not leave the food out overnight as it may attract other animals that can scare the kitty away. Go to your neighbors and let them know your kitty got out and give them your contact info. Walk your neighborhood, shake the treat jar and talk to people as you walk and taclk to your mail carrier. They see lots of animals and if they see a strange Kitty around they may recognize it as yours. Make sure you call local animal shelters, etc. Cats can disappear for days, weeks, months or longer and return so don't give up!