The team usually arrive with you around mid-morning, although this is does vary dependant on the distance you are away from us, daylight hours and any special circumstances relevant to your search.
The team will come and visit you for a briefing session. If you aren’t available on search day then this is done over the telephone. This information sharing opportunity means you can brief the team with any relevant information about your pet’s habits and of course their disappearance. The Missing Pet Search Team will be able to identify any particular areas they may need to focus on.
The Missing Pet Search Team will conduct their door to door enquiries, searching gardens, outbuildings and land, using a variety of tried and tested traditional techniques combined with state of the art equipment. They will distribute your Specialist Publicity as they speak to people, encouraging people to call our 24 hour Freephone number anonymously if they would like to, and gaining support from within your community.
In the unfortunate event that your pet is not home safely by the end of your search then we will come and have a debriefing session with you. We will leave you with a detailed map of where we have been and where your specialist publicity has been placed. We will also note all of the important information that we have found out during the course of the search. This information could include potential sightings, an area that your pet frequents, and details of look-a-like cats in the area and so on.
Our support doesn’t stop there, after your search concludes we will continue to take calls about your pet 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We will continue to provide advice and guidance for as long as you’d like us to. If necessary, we can advise and assist with large scale publicity campaigns this often includes newspaper and radio appeals.