If your cat or your dog has disappeared !
- As soon as possible, alert animal welfare organisations (shelters) and the vets closest to you, the police and animal ambulances. Tell them the breed, the animal’s characteristics, where and how it was lost and, if relevant, the number tattooed and electronic chip number.
Go visit shelters to make sure your pet isn’t at one of them.
|Inform immediately||Help Animals :||02 523 44 16|
|Veeweyde :||02 527 10 50|
|Croix bleue :||02 376 32 62|
|http://www.catid.be: 02 333 49 94|
|http://www.dogid.be/fr/home 02 333 92 22|
- Let the neighbourhood know by way of a note that you slide into mailboxes, put one up in your window, at local shops. Don’t forget your vet.
- Start looking in the immediate neighbourhood and progressively extend the search area. When looking for a cat, especially, don’t forget to open cupboards and rooms (attics, basements, storerooms, …) where it could have been accidentally locked in.
- Place an advertisement (Pet Alerte, Facebook, etc…).
- Don’t despair, it’s still possible for an animal to be found several months after its disappearance.
Don’t forget that:
- People may keep a found animal for several days, sometimes even weeks, before taking it to a shelter.
- Adog can be found quite a distance away from its home
- Acurious cat can enter into a delivery van or other vehicle :
do watch out if your cat is particularly curious.
If you find your companion, don’t forget to:
- Inform the person you have notified.
- Thank all those who have helped in finding it.
It is now compulsory to identify dogs and cats !
You can get all relevant information from Help Animals or from your usual vet.
“UN HOMME AVERTI EN VAUT DEUX”!