September 2017 Issue

Lost Cats and How to Find Them

Your kitty is frightened and may be skittish, so use a calm, organized approach to finding her

Lost cats leave behind heartbroken families. And, if they’re not found, they contribute significantly to the homeless, feral, shelter, and “community cat” populations. Unfortunately, it’s an all-too-common situation. “At least a third of all cats get lost at some point in their lives,” says Pam Stonebraker, associate executive director and humane education coordinator at the Tompkins County, N.Y., SPCA.

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