- Go to www.HelpingLostPets.com and make a flier.
- Search your entire house, inside and outside (and outbuildings), WITH A FLASHLIGHT. You will see their eyes glow.
- Search around neighbors’ houses (8 houses each way), WITH A FLASHLIGHT. Ask if they've had their garages or sheds open lately and if you can search those.
- Call Animal Control (402-441-7900) and Humane Society (402-441-4488) and file report.
- Put out an alert on their microchip by calling the microchip company.
- Run ad in Lincoln Journal Star (402-473-7373). FREE ad for 6 days.
- Post lost cat information on Craigslist and other social media sites.
- Go to www.LostMyKitty.com. They have a FREE service that will fax a picture of your cat to local vets.
- Hand out/hang fliers in an 8 house radius. Extend radius if you don't get any response.
- Hand fliers to everyone you can (residents, police, postal carriers, delivery persons).Get information out so people have number/description available in case of sighting.
- Make neon posters to hang at intersections (see our site for instructions).
- Leave out water, and warmed tuna or other stinky food. Heat food up often.
- NEVER OFFER A REWARD. WE WILL NOT ASSIST YOU IF YOU OFFER ONE ANYWHERE, including flyers and other social media sites! We also cannot help on STOLEN animals. We have to defer to law enforcement to handle these cases.
- Call Animal Control every day to see if they picked up your cat.
- Go to Humane Society, on 2320 Park Blvd, at least every other day (every day is best). Tell them you have a lost cat and that you want to see all the cats that they have brought in. Make sure you go look at all the lost/stray cats they have! There is a 3 day stray hold. After that, your cat may be put up for adoption.
- Check Craigslist and other social media sites every day.
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We offer assistance and guidance to those who have lost an animal. We rely solely on donations. We have training and expertise to help you find your lost animal, and have helped reunite several thousands of lost animals with their companions.