Have you lost your pet, or found a stray one?
If you have lost or found a cat that is not listed here, please call us on 01494 448849 or email Also please contact us if you have found one of the cats listed here as lost. See the bottom of this page for ideas to find your missing cat.
As we are all volunteers, please be considerate and do not ring before 9:30am. If you get the answer machine after this time, please leave a message, which includes your home landline number if you have one, and we will get back to you as soon as we can.
These cats have been reported lost recently:
‘Curtains’ is an 18 month old black female with white underside and socks. She is neutered and chipped, and escaped from a cattery in Seer Green. She may be making her way back to her home in Hazlemere.
Nokia is an 18-week old ginger kitten missing from West Wycombe Road. He/she is not chipped.
Mistletoe is missing from Dean Garden. She is 3 years old, small and shy, and microchipped. She is shy and doesn’t like to be held.
Kitty is missing from Amersham. She is chipped and neutered and is not used to being outside. She’s small, black and has a small white patch between her back legs.
This bengal cat is missing from Bay Tree Close, Loudwater. He is 3 years old, neutered and chipped.
Simba is missing from Millside, Bourne End. 10 years old and microchipped.
George is missing from Rydal Way, west High Wycombe. He’s 4 years old, short hair, pale ginger, chipped and neutered.
This 11 month old kitten is missing from Desborough Avenue, High Wycombe. He is neutered and chipped.
Dexter is a neutered, microchipped male 6 year old Bengal, missing from Hillside Road in Marlow.
Daisy is missing from Butlers Court Road, Beaconsfield. She is 8 years old, tortie and white, and has no collar and is not microchipped.
Some other cats have been missing for over 6 months. Please click here to see their details.
These cats have been reported found recently:
Found near the Crown pub in Hazlemere. Long haired, male grey and white, no chip, short tail.
This black cat has been visiting a house for many months in Joiners Lane, Chalfont St Peter. Is he yours?
If your cat or kitten has gone missing, don’t despair, read the advice in this link and below:
• all rooms, cupboards, boxes and household appliances, eg washing machines
• gardens and hedges – he may be hurt, frightened and hiding nearby – keep calling him, particularly at night when it’s quiet – and put out his used litter tray and a familiar blanket as cats can smell these from a long distance
• sheds and garages
• the lost and found section of your local newspaper
• your microchip company
• local veterinary practices
• neighbours, using leaflets – or even better, talk to them directly to ensure they check garages etc – or better still, ask if you can check there yourself (pay particular attention where neighbours are away, as cats can get locked in by accident)
• your local branches of Cats Protection and other local cat charities
• the cleansing department of your local council
• your postman, milkman and newspaper delivery person
• websites such as animalsearchuk.co.uk and Facebook groups such as ‘Lost and Found Pets in High Wycombe and Surrounding Areas’, ‘Harveys Army South’, ‘Lost and Found Pets UK’
• posters on trees, distribute leaflets to shops, post office, garages.
• in local schools, newspapers, radio
• on local noticeboards, including a recent photograph of your missing cat
• offer a reward
• the earlier you report your cat is missing, the more likely it is that it will be found
• when your cat does return, DO inform any organisations who have been asked to look for it
• have your cat microchipped!
Have you found a cat?
If you’ve found a cat that you think matches the description of any here on our site, please email or call us on 01494 448849. You might also consider some or all of the following:
• if the cat is hungry, please feed it
• if possible, take the cat to a vet who will check for a microchip, and you can ask if anyone has reported a similar cat missing
• if no microchip is found, you could produce some ‘Cat Found’ leaflets to be distributed in the area it was found. You can also try putting a paper collar on the cat, and knocking on a few doors to ask if anybody recognises the cat
Doing these things is often very successful in reuniting a cat with its owners and it is important that these procedures are carried out before Cats Protection takes the cat in for rehoming.