|Did you find a stray wandering the city? Or have a reoccurring visitor on your porch? This could be somebody's beloved missing pet! The following are some steps to help this kitty be reunited with their owner. Even if the kitty has been "hanging around" for a while, it could still be someone's pet:
- Call your local humane society to file a found report. Be sure to give a good description of the cat and submit a photo of the cat if possible. You can call the Larimer Humane Society (LHS) at 970-226-3647 or the Humane Society of Weld County (HSWC) at 970-506-9550.
- Get the kitty into a vet, shelter or clinic to have the cat scanned for a microchip. Microchips are permanent identifiers implanted between the cat's shoulder blades to help reunite a pet and his or her owner. This is not a tracking device, so you will need to have the cat scanned at LHS or HSWC to see if it does have a microchip.
- Post "found" flyers in your neighborhood, on craigslist, or other online lost & found websites. Community gathering places or boards are also great ways to locate a cat's owner.
- If the cat is not claimed, and you do not want to keep the kitty, please refer to our relenquishments page.