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If you have a lost cat and posted details online you are bound to be given advice from other people who want to help. Unfortunately, it is hard to distinguish good proven advice from anecdotal or bad advice wrapped up to look like good advice. This picture has been circulating the internet recently and is being shared by people on lost and found groups trying to help people find their lost cat. This is one of the bad pieces of advice. It is completely false and can do damage to the search for a lost cat. The cat litter is not a "good" smell to a lost cat. It can attract other cats (often feral or free living cats) and this can add to the problems that a lost cat has to deal with. This is particularly dangerous for lost indoor cats, but also for shy, frightened or injured cats. If you see someone sharing this, please let them know. ... See MoreSee Less
Pet Search shared Courier Mail's video.
This is the reaction of a lost dog being reunited with his family. This is why lost and stolen pets NEED to be reunited with their families.
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