Lost Pets

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Have you lost your pet? We are here to help. Losing your pet can be one of the most worrying times for any pet owner. Our lost pets service can help reunite pet owners with their pets. If you’d like to advertise your lost pet on our website, contact us via email: info@petsamaritans.co.uk or visit our contact us page for more details. If you can provide a picture, description about your pet and last known whereabouts, we can place a post online in the hope someone might be able to provide assistance.

In derbyshire, we work closely with the local dog wardens and other animal sanctuaries. There is a good chance your pet might have even been brought into the Pet Samaritans Sanctuary, so give us a call.

A small donation is always appreciated when sending requests to help with the running costs of this website.

Pet road deaths

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R.I.P.  It’s so sad when we lose a pet, they are part of the family.   Even worse when we don’t know what’s happened to him or her.   Dogs escape, cats go roaming and if they don’t come back home we will be wondering about them forever.  Up to a few weeks ago there was no requirement on Local Authorities to screen pets who had been knocked down and killed.  They were taken to the Highways Depot and disposed of without being checked for a microchip.   It was then impossible to notify the owner and bring closure.

Now it’s mandatory for the Local Authority to check any pet road casualty and notify the owner what’s happened.    A lady from Sheffield whose pet poodle ‘Harvey’ was knocked down by a car only a few minutes after going missing, has won her battle with the government to make Local Authorities scan all pets and, if not microchipped, take a description of the pet.   If any cat or dog goes missing you can now check with the Council to see if he or she has been taken in as a road casualty.   It’s best to know even if it is the worst news possible.

Missing Husky – let’s find him

dogs - husky 10Murphy, the white husky, has gone missing from his home in Chesterfield.  It’s unlike him to stray and his owner thinks he may have been stolen.  Please watch out for him and  if you see him or hear anything about him  get in touch with us right away and we’ll pass the details on.  This is an exceptional dog and his owner is very anxious to know where he is and get him back.   email us or phone 01246 455777.

Lost pretty white kitten

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This sweet little cat has gone missing from her home recently.  She’s still a kitten, a distinctive young lady, pure white and very loving. She’s wearing a pink collar with a heart and bell on it and is 7months old.   Please let us know if you’ve seen her or know anything of her whereabouts and we’ll pass the news on right away.  Her owner is very anxious for news of her. 01246 455777

Lost Cat any news

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Have you seen this handsome tabby cat?  He’s called Leo and has been missing for several days.  His owner is desperate to find him.  Here’s what she told us – ‘Hi, could I please ask if you will add my cat to your lost page listing.
His name is Leo, he was last seen on 12/01/2015 in my garden at Leabrooks Alfreton Derbyshire DE55 1LD.
It is highly unusual  for him to be gone this long.   Leo is a 18 months old, neutered male he is a brown, black and white tabby cat .( tiger stripes) and he is also micro-chipped, but was not wearing his collar’

Please let us know if you see him or hear anything about his whereabouts – his owner will be very relieved to have news.   01246 455777 or email us via the contact page.  Many thanks.

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He went missing  from Newbold Road last week – he’s a friendly cat with a lovely nature, recently been neutered and vaccinated.  He is about a year old – please help find him as he will be cold and frightened.  Please contact the sanctuary if you find him or see him in the area – 01246 455777 or email.

Missing black cat

He disappeared last week and his owner is distraught.  Addy is a fluffy black cat who is very handsome with silky hair and big round eyes that are green in colour.  He was wearing a blue flea collar when he went.  If you see anything of him or know where he might be please get in touch with us and we’ll pass the information on straight away.  He’s a lovely cat and is owner is devastated to lose him.   Please email via this contact page or phone us on 01246 455777.

House cat goes missing


cats - seanPlease help find this much loved cat who was accidentally locked out of her home a few days ago. She is a house cat but her owner is blind and didn't realise she was outside. This is what he told us - '
I am blind so did not even know she was gone.  She is a well fed black cat.
She hasn't a collar on because she took it off herself but she is microchipped and she is a rescued cat, I've had since 2011.  She will be about 6 years now.
She was last at the top end of flamsteed crescent, Pevril, Chesterfield
.  Please help me to find her.  Thank you."
We'll do our best - if you see a black cat who looks lost please get in touch with us and we'll pass the details on.  01246 455777

LOST CAT – Pretty tabby

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This lovely female tabby has gone missing and her owners are desperate to find her.  She’s 2yrs old and is tabby and white, been spayed and wearing a blue flea collar.  She was last seen on 4th March in the North Wingfield area.  Please get in touch with us in the first instance if you know her whereabouts. 01246 455777.  We’ll pass all details on to her people straight away.

Lost an African Grey parrott

birds -; african greyIt’s desperately worrying to lose a much loved bird, there are so many dangers out there and the nights are still cold.  An african grey parrott, thought to be a female, went missing from Brimington on 10th March and hasn’t been seen since..  A reward is being offered for her safe return. Please get in touch if you have seen her or know her whereabouts.

Missing cat please help find her

Bud has gone missing and her owner is desperate to find her.  She is a female cat who has been spayed.  Bud is a dark tortieshell in colour and is wearing a collar with a bell and a cat flap magnet. She is 5 years old and very affectionate.  She was last seen on the morning of 19 February 2014 in the Wingerworth area.  Please get in touch with us in the first instance and we’ll pass all information on.  01246 455777 or email.