Roxy is brown/ginger with black strips and a ginger splash on her back. She’s wearing a red collar She went missing around Monday teatime from Coronation Drive in Stranraer and her owners are desperate to find her and bring her home. A reward is being offered for her safe return.
Please check your sheds, greenhouses and gardens and help Roxy and her family to be reunited.
Please contact us on 01671 830568
Tootsie is back home with her family. What a tinker cat – she had everyone worried!
Many thanks to everyone who spread the word around and brought about a happy ending.
This gorgeous wee girl has gone missing and her owners are desperately trying to find her and bring her home.
If you have had sight of her please contact us as soon as possible. She is very friendly and loving and she needs her family.
If you can help, please contact us.
Rory has been found safe and well and is back with his family.
Many thanks to all who spread the word .
Rory went missing in Stranraer on Wednesday morning.
He’s pure white with a mark under his right eye from his tear duct. He’s also a big lad, but very timid and he’s more likely to run away and hide if approached by people he doesn’t know. If you have seen him around please call 0845 371 2759 or 01671 830568 to help us reunite him with his family.
Microchipping offers cats a safe and permanent method of identification and increases the chances of a lost feline being safely reunited with his owner.
- Microchipping is the most effective way of identifying a lost pet (chips don’t come off or put the cat at risk of injury like collars can)
- Each microchip has a unique number which is stored on a national database. A scan of the chip reveals the owner’s name and address from the database’s records
- A microchip is slightly smaller than a grain of rice and is inserted under the cat’s skin between the shoulder blades
- The procedure is very simple and is no more painful than an injection. A cat will not be aware of the microchip’s presence once inserted
Remember you should change your microchip details if you move house. You can do this by contacting your microchip database – find the phone number on your microchip paperwork’.
Cats Protection is a member of a Microchip Advisory Group (MAG), aiming to improve the standards of microchipping across the UKCats Protection is also a member of the Microchipping Alliance which is currently campaigning to make permanent identification (microchipping) compulsory for dogs and raise public awareness of the benefits of microchipping to cats and other companion animals.