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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.   […]

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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

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Review of “Search Methods Used to Locate Missing Cats and Locations Where Missing Cats Are Found”

This is a review of a research paper published in Animals (2018) on “Search methods used to locate missing cats and locations where missing cats are found,” which was a collaboration between researchers at the University of Queensland (Australia), Missing Pet Partnership, Missing Animal Response Network, and Lost Pet Research & Recovery.Study MethodsThis study was

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Research Studies on Lost Pet Behavior and Recovery

Unfortunately, there are few research studies on lost pet behavior.  This is a list of citations and abstracts of published research papers related to lost pet behavior and recovery.  There are links to a few of the papers.  You may be able to find other papers by visiting your local college or university and checking

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