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WE REPORT THE LOST AND FOUND PETS FOR:
The RSPCA Essex South Southend & District Branch
Call Sue on 07724075473 or email
lostandfound@rspcaessexsouth.co.uk

Cats Protection Rayleigh & Castle Point
Call Mel on 07521977059 or email
lostandfound@catsrayleigh.org.uk

Birds Lost and Found in Essex
Call Wendy on 07746844755 or email
wendy@petsearchsoutheast.co.uk
For lost or found dogs we recommend you contact your local council/dog warden service and then report it to http://www.doglost.co.uk
When you contact any of the above, all the information that you give will be shared on our searchable database, as well as Facebook and Twitter. We work closely with local charities and vets to provide you with the tools to help you on your search. Under your pet's details you will find links to printable leaflets and lists of likely matches, as well as ways to automatically share your details on Facebook or Twitter yourself.

You can also search by individual postcodes or look through all the reported lost and founds across the whole area.

To report abuse or animal neglect to the RSPCA call 0300 1234 999.
24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

You can also visit us on Twitter or Facebook

Links:

Click on the orange links below to visit other websites useful in the event you find or lose a pet:

Dog Wardens
Council Dog Wardens

Holding Kennels
Medivet Southend
Acres Way Kennels

Lost and Found Websites
DogLost
National Missing Pet Register
Animal Search UK
Pets Located*
Cats Protection Southend
* Please note this site may charge a fee

Vet Contact Details
Essex Vet Contacts

Pets reunited so far in 2015
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Reported by RSPCA Essex South, Southend & District Branch
lost on 28/7/2015
TILLY, Tabby Female Long Hair Cat in SOUTHEND ON SEA SS2
Adult Cat lost in CHICHESTER ROAD
Tilly went missing from her home in Chichester Road, Southend-on-Sea on Tuesday 28th July.

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Reported by RSPCA Essex South, Southend & District Branch
lost on 27/7/2015
SAMURAI, Beige Male Bengal Cat in GREAT WAKERING SS3
Neutered microchipped Adult Cat lost in ALEXANDRA ROAD
Samurai has been missing from his home in Alexandra Road Great Wakering since Monday 27th July. He is microchipped to his owner so we have advised her to contact her local police as well.

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Reported by RSPCA Essex South, Southend & District Branch
lost on 27/7/2015
SCRAGGY, Tabby and white Male Long Hair Cat in SOUTHEND ON SEA SS2
Neutered microchipped Young adult Cat lost in VICTORIA AVENUE wearing a Blue collar
Scraggy went missing from his home in Victoria Avenue Southend on Monday July 27th. He is microchipped to his owners who have reported his loss to the RSPCA. The base of his tail has been shaved recently and last seen he was wearing a blue collar.

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Reported by RSPCA Essex South, Southend & District Branch
lost on 25/7/2015
DAISY, Black and white Female Short Hair Cat in EASTWOOD SS9
microchipped Adult Cat lost in THE SPINNEYS
Daisy went missing from her home in The Spinneys Eastwood on Saturday 25th July. She isn't wearing a collar but she is microchipped to her owners who are very worried about her.

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Reported by RSPCA Essex South, Southend & District Branch
found on 24/7/2015
Black and white Short Hair Cat in LEIGH ON SEA SS9
Young adult Cat found in TREECOT DRIVE wearing a collar
Is anyone missing this cat? It hasn't left a garden in Treecot Drive Leigh on Sea for the past three days now.

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Reported by RSPCA Essex South, Southend & District Branch
lost on 24/7/2015
CRIMP, Tabby Female Short Hair Cat in ASHINGDON SS4
Neutered microchipped Adult Cat lost in MINTON HEIGHTS
Crimp went missing from her home in Minton Heights Ashingdon around 8pm on Friday 24th July. She is a very small cat and she is also microchipped to her owners who are very worried about her.
Reported by Birds Lost and Found in Essex
lost on 23/7/2015
Variety Of Birds, in Pitsea SS13
lost in The Poplars
15 caneries 15 green finch 3 gold finch 4 siskin Stolen from an Aviary on 21/7/15

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Reported by RSPCA Essex South, Southend & District Branch
lost on 23/7/2015
BLUE, Grey Female Short Hair Cat in ROCHFORD SS4
Non-neutered Adult Cat lost in SOUTH STREET
Blue went missing from her home in South Street Rochford around 23rd July. She was pregnant when she was last seen and she isnt microchipped.
Reported by Birds Lost and Found in Essex
found on 22/7/2015
Blue Lovebird in Buttsburry CM12
Lovebird
A blue lovebird has been found today in Buttsbury which is between Billericay and Ingatestone. It has been injured by a cat and is now at South Beach Vet Clinic in Wickford. Unfortunately no Photo

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Reported by Cats Protection Rayleigh & Castle Point
lost on 22/7/2015
Jessie, Tabby Female Short Hair Cat in Canvey Island SS8
Neutered microchipped Adult Cat lost in Roosevel Avenue with no collar
Jessie has gone missing from her new home in Roosevel Avenue (off of Sydervelt Road) on Canvey. She is microchipped.

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Reported by RSPCA Essex South, Southend & District Branch
lost on 22/7/2015
POPPY, Black and white Female Short Hair Cat in WESTCLIFF ON SEA SS0
Neutered microchipped Young adult Cat lost in PRINCE AVENUE
Poppy went missing from her home in Prince Avenue Westcliff on Sea in the early hours of Wednesday 22nd July. She is microchipped to her owners who are very worried about her.

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Reported by Cats Protection Rayleigh & Castle Point
lost on 22/7/2015
Summer, White and ginger Female Long Hair Cat in Benfleet SS7
Neutered microchipped Adult Cat lost in Oakfield Road with no collar
Summer has gone missing from her home in Oakfield Road in Benfleet. She is in an indoor cat but escaped. She is microchipped.
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