Tips to stop your cat from becoming lost
Ensure that your cat is microchipped and the details are up to date.
Make friends with your neighbours so aware who your cat is and can ask them to check their outbuildings
You can use specialised fencing in your garden to stop your cat escaping.
Train your cat to a command for them to come in from outside. This could be a simple rattle of their food.
Teach children the importance of keeping windows and doors locked
GPS cat collar. Follow where your cat goes
When going to and from a vet/cattery please make sure that you use a good quality carrier and it's fastened securely
During parties be sure to inform guests that you have a cat in the house
If your cat is an indoor cat invest in an orange collar. This is commonly used as a sign of an indoor cat
Neutered cats are less likely to wander off in search of a mate
Have a good quality collar with your details on. Please, make sure they are quick release
Take photographs of your cats, making sure you take some at different times of the year and different angles. Including any unique markings