Cat Feeding Station Best Practices to Avoid Coyotes

Cat feeding stations are commonly used to feed feral cat colonies and outdoor/barn cats.  They are also frequently used to help locate a missing cat.  When searching for a lost cat, the feeding station is often set up with a surveillance camera to verify that the cat is present before setting a humane trap.  

Cat Feeding Station Best Practices to Avoid Coyotes Read More »

Recommended Lost Pet Search Equipment

The following lost pet search equipment is recommended by Lost Pet Research and Recovery based on over 10 years of lost pet recovery experience.  Also included are some tools recommended by other pet detectives.  If you have suggestions, please add them in the comments. Lost Pet Research participates in affiliate referral programs including Amazon Associates.

Recommended Lost Pet Search Equipment Read More »

Security Cameras: one of the best tools for finding escaped indoor cats

Some of the most effective methods for finding an escaped indoor cat include: security cameras, trail cameras, humane cat traps, physical searches, search dogs, flyers distributed door-to-door and well-designed posters.  I recommend using all these techniques, but if I could only use one tool, I would use security cameras. Continue reading to learn:Why security cameras are

Security Cameras: one of the best tools for finding escaped indoor cats Read More »

Coyotes are NOT More Dangerous During Breeding Season

For a more in depth discussion, see “Do Coyote Attacks Increase During Mating Season.”Please help spread the truth that coyotes are not more dangerous during breeding season Share0 Tweet0 Share0 Share to Facebook or Twitter.  You even have my permission to save and download a copy of the infographic.  Just please link back to this

Coyotes are NOT More Dangerous During Breeding Season Read More »

Lost Pet Statistics

Lost Pet Statistics Infographic by PurringPal How Many Pets Go Missing?If you have ever tried to research lost pet statistics, you have probably seen the statement that 1 in 3 pets (30%) will go missing in their lifetime.  Most prominently, this statement appears on the homepage of the HomeAgain microchip company.  Various other sites attribute

Lost Pet Statistics Read More »

How Accurate are Search Dogs? – Part 2: Scent Discrimination Dogs

This is the second part of a series on the accuracy of search dogs.  Part 1 looked at Area Detection Dogs. Types of Scent Discrimination Dogs A scent discrimination dog is trained to follow and/or identify the scent of an individual person or animal.  These dogs are described as scent-specific.  In most cases the search

How Accurate are Search Dogs? – Part 2: Scent Discrimination Dogs Read More »

Shopping Cart