We are thinking of offering a reward for information about our lost cat. I have not seen one offered on any "lost pet" posters in the area. Is it not done? We live in Flanders just outside Brussels.
I’m not sure it will make a difference but you can try. Social media too.
In this hot weather, cats often go exploring and get trapped in sheds, garages etc. Ask your neighbours to double check. Ours got stuck in the neighbours hen coop once. The hens stopped her getting out!
Good luck. I hope you find him/her.
People who care about animals won't care about a reward.
People who do not care about animals won't be swayed by a reward.
Wave free money about and you'll only attract one sort of person.
If your cat has a microchip contact CatID https://online.catid.be/.
Tel. 02 333 49 94 Email email@example.com Helpdesk is open daily from 8am to 8pm.
Also notify idchips: https://www.idchips.com/nl/contact
Tel. 02 880 04 20 Email. firstname.lastname@example.org
Europetnet Email: email@example.com Email. firstname.lastname@example.org
Also notify your veterinarian and your nearest animal rescue shelter and any local cattery breeders in your area.
Has your cat come back?
I hope so.
Our cat once disappeared for 5 whole days. Reappeared on the 6th looking very distraught and thinner.
During that time, we put posters all around the neighbourhood, with a photo, specifically asking people to check that she was not inadvertently locked in a garden shed - our vet said that that happens in summer.
She has never gone missing again.
I agree with the others - don't offer a reward.
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