It’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.
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: email@example.com 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.
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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.
When Levi went missing his owners were devastated. He is a much loved pet who doesn’t normally wander far from home. It was in a period of time when lots of cats seemed to be going missing so that was an even greater worry. Sometimes it’s cat thieves, or fox attacks. We were hoping it wasn’t either.
We put his details out there and when we had a phone call to say a cat like Levi had been found, we put everyone in touch. Sure enough it was him and his owners were delighted to have him back safe and well. It’s been great to hear how happy they are.
Dear Pet Samaritans, We can’t thank you enough for your help, advice and support in finding our cat Levi. His is home safe and sound because of you, thank you form Kelly, Simon and Levi.
Thanks for letting us know, wonderful news.
Please help us find Neko for his owners, he is a beautiful cat went missing Tuesday evening very near to us in Old Whittington. We haven’t seen anything of him though and any new cat is soon spotted by our residents. If you see or hear anything of him please get in touch with us in the first instance. We’ll pass news on right away.
Neko is 2year old male grey tabby with a sky blue collar. He went missing Tuesday evening 26th nov between 8.30pm and 9.30pm. He usually doesn’t go far and is back within an hour so we are really worried. He was last seen on Broomhill road, Old Whittington. Near the care home and cattery. This isn’t like him so please help us.
Phone us 01246 455777 or email via website.
A tabby called Merlin went missing last week from the Old Whittington area. His owner is desperate to have news of him and get him back. He isn’t a cat who would normally roam and was only out for a few minutes during the day. Please get in touch with us if you see an adult tabby wandering around or hear anything of him.
Also in the last few days we’ve had a report of a missing ginger long haired boy cat – he sounds lovely and is owner is very anxious to have him home. Please let us know urgently if you see anything of him.
The sanctuary phone number is 01246 455777 or you can email. We’ll get straight in touch with these worried owners.
This is three cats missing in this area during the last week. Very worrying.
Safely back home – we had a call last night to say that there was a beautiful champagne coloured cat ‘meowing’ at a lady’s door and yes, it was Levi. His family were soon round there and are so happy to have him back – great news.
It’s very distressing when a cat goes missing especially one as beautiful as Levi – here are his details please get in touch with us in the first instance if you see or hear anything of him –
Levi is a 4 year old Blue Point Birman and is predominantly a house cat. He must have got out at around 7pm last night and we started searching for him as soon as we realised at around 8:30pm. WWe haven't seen him since. We have put up posters and posted flyers through neighbours letter boxes asking to check garages and sheds etc.
Please could I let you know of our missing 8 month old kitten. She is grey tabby, quite small. She was wearing a blue collar with a bell and cat flap magnet. She is micro chipped but the paperwork has only recently been sent off. She went missing from the Killamarsh area last Monday 11th march. We are contacting you as we were having work done by a Chesterfield tradesman and are worried that she may have got into his van. Please let us know if you hear of a cat matching her description as her brother and us are missing her.
Please get in touch with us in the first instance if you have news of this kitten.
Has anyone seen an adult black and white cat wandering around and looking lost over the past week? This is a youngish cat who has gone missing from the Old Whittington area. His owner is distraught, the cat is normally an indoors resident and won’t be able to find his way around. If you see a black and white cat who isn’t normally in your area please let us know and we’ll pass the information on.
Lottie, a Golden Retriever, went missing on Sunday 27th January from her home in Rowsley, Chesterfield. Lottie is aged 2 years and a much loved pet. She is 2 years old and somebody must have seen her or know something about where she is. If you have any information please let us know and we’ll pass it on straight away.
What to do if your pet goes missing:
Make a flyer with a picture of your pet and send it to all the vets in as wide an area as possible.
Notify all the Councils within fifty miles – lost dogs are handed in to the Dog Wardens where they are found – not where they come from.
Every Local Authority keeps a Lost Dog Register – ring first and then send your pet’s details (your flyer) to each Council. If they have a picture they should check it with the photo they have on file.
Notify the police – just in case – although they no longer deal with stray dogs they may keep a record or have information. The police do still deal with stolen pets and dangerous dogs.
Send a flyer to every dog kennels over a wide area – especially those who take in strays for the council.
Put flyers up in Post Offices, Notice Boards and Newsagents especially those near schools. Children notice dogs and might spot yours.
Try to get details of your lost dog out on the radio, the more people who know the more chance you have of getting your pet back.
Offer a big reward – this is likely to work if your dog has been stolen. Young working dogs are thieves main targets. There is a big demand and they are easily sold.
Advertise in country sports magazines.
Never give up hope – we have found dogs for their owners after more than a year has passed.
Please let us know if you see anything of a very pretty black and white cat called Meg. Her owner is desperate for news and this is what she’s told us –
Meg is black and white, at present she has a patch of fur missing on her neck and on the bottom of her back. Meg was last seen around 10.30 am on Friday when she managed to escape from the house, she had been kept in because of the snow. Meg is missing from the High street area of Old Whittington
It is very rare that Meg stays out over night, because she isn’t that keen on the dark and likes her home comforts. Any information would be gratefully received.
If you see anything or have any news of Meg please let us know and we’ll pass it on straight away. A photo is on its way.