Cats occasionally wander off, much to the alarm of their owners. While this can be a distressing event, there are ways to make sure you get your little fur-ball back home safe and sound.
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How to Find a Lost Cat

Cats occasionally wander off, much to the alarm of their owners. While this can be a distressing event, there are ways to make sure you get your little fur-ball back home safe and sound. It's possible your cat is hiding nearby

Steps

1. Remain calm. Cats are curious and active creatures, so it's not uncommon for them to go astray once in awhile. It's possible that your cat is nearby and just preoccupied, but if your cat has wandered off or is in danger, panicking will reduce your likelihood of finding it.

2. Don't delay looking for your cat. The longer the cat is gone, the further away it may be.

3. Retrace their steps. Think back to when you last saw your cat and recount what events have taken place since then. Did you open the door at all? Did you open the doors to any rooms that you've since shut? Ask anyone in the house, as well as your neighbours, when and where was the last time they saw the cat.

4. Narrow the search. Look in and around the areas the cat was last seen. It's particularly important to look for hiding spots. When cats find themselves in unfamiliar places, they usually become scared and hide. If you're looking outside, check underneath nearby cars or other nice hiding spots, like underneath barbecues, and patios.

Unfortunately, on occasion a frightened cat may climb underneath a car or climb onto the engine of a warm car. Cats are also known to climb trees and get stuck. Indoors, look underneath beds, or in boxes or other accessible hiding spots. You may even want to check unlikely places such as dryers, cupboards, and even refrigerators, ovens and freezers.
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5. Call your cat. Tempt your cat out of hiding or back home by calling it and offering it treats. If your cat is an outdoor cat or if it's possible it got loose outside, place some of its food in a dish outside of your door. Make the sounds that usually get it to come to you, such as shaking treats in a can or whistling; however, be aware that some cats in a state of distress may not come to your calls.

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