OAR Lost Cat Report

OAR Lost Cat Report

If your cat is lost or missing in the Greater Cincinnati area, please fill out the form below.

We will keep an eye out for them and if your cat arrives at OAR, we will contact you right away.

1) How would my cat end up at OAR? Ohio Alleycat Resource does not accept cats directly from the public, but your cat could arrive at OAR via our partnership with the SPCA. Cats taken to the SPCA as strays are brought to OAR to be spayed/neutered. Some of these cats end up joining our shelter. In addition, there are thousands of cats brought by the public to OAR's Spay/Neuter Clinic every year.

2) What else can I do? It's important to be persistent and pursue a variety of techniques to retrieve your lost cat. Don't give up hope! Please visit the Lost Cats page at ohioalleycat.org for advice and resources.

3) Could I trap my cat? Humane traps are a great tool for capturing lost indoor cats. You can read about this at The Creative Cat: "Your Indoor-only Cat Got Out the Door!". Humane traps can be borrowed from OAR's Spay/Neuter Clinic for a $70 deposit Monday through Friday from 10am-3:30pm and Sunday from 12pm-1pm. OAR's Clinic is located at 5619 Orlando Place, Cincinnati, OH 45227 and it can be reached at 513-871-0185.

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Note: If you are unsure what age, breed, or color your cat is, take your best guess.
Cats with stripes, often called "tiger cats", are listed in the color field as "tabby".
Note: In the location field below, please indicate the general area, neighborhood, street, or address where your cat was lost.
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Details about your cat to include in the field below:

1) Whether or not they are spayed/neutered.

2) Whether or not they have a microchip (include number if you have it).

3) Whether or not they are declawed.

4) Whether or not they wear a collar (include color if applicable).

5) Whether or not they are ear tipped (meaning one of their ear tips was surgically removed, the standard sign that an outdoor cat is already spayed/neutered).

6) Whether or not they normally live indoors or outdoors.

7) Anything else that might help us identify your cat.
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Send Photos: Please send us photos of your cat. This will make them much easier to identify. Email photos of your cat to lostcats@ohioalleycat.org. Be sure to include your name and the cat's name in the subject or body of the email.