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STRAY KENNELS
All Councils provide a stray dog service and use designated kennels to house dogs.
Below are the kennels used by South Yorkshire and Wakefield. Councils
DO contact other stray kennels and rescues outside your area in case your pet has
strayed into or has been taken to another area before being handed in
DO visit kennels as soon as possible as mistakes are made and dogs have been found which were wrongly identified
Please note that police no longer deal with stray dogs in any way whatsoever
STRAY KENNELS CONTACT NUMBERS:              
                  
         Cliffe Kennels, Hoylandswaine, Barnsley   01226 762391 or 07979 414483 out of hours
               
                   Mount Pleasant kennels, Hampole
                   (covering  Doncaster & Rotherham)                 01302 722748

                   For Sheffield Council strays contact                0114 203 7410
                    Or call 101 to file a lost dog report  outside office hours & weekends
                       Or kennels for appointment 24/7 on             07817 497995

Flushdyke kennels, Ossett        01924 271028
                                           ( Covering Wakefield )
RESCUE Contact information

When a rescue name is included in a report, that organisation has the information about the animal.

Please contact rescues at a reasonable time as the
people involved are volunteers, who are unpaid and cannot be expected to answer telephones at unsociable hours.

Welcome to the lost and found register

After 8th December 2014 reports can be made  

by calling  01226 285662

Please refer to the Cat Colour/Markings Guide   before making a Lost or

Found report for a cat, colour & marking types are often wrongly identified . PLEASE remember to give as much information as possible regarding breed or type, age, sex, size, colour, markings, coat type and length, collar, ID tags or

chips  and any scars or other distinguishing marks,

injuries or operations  

Web hosting for this site is sponsored by  Barnsley animal rescue charity and
barnsley r.s.p.c.a and covers south yorkshire and beyond

Volunteering

All rescues are desperately in need of knowledgeable people who are prepared to foster cats, kittens, dogs, puppies, rabbits etc until new homes can be found.

Unbelievable pressure is put upon the few people who currently do this work and there are always far more animals needing a temporary home than there are places for them to go to.

Many animals end up abandoned or put to sleep due to lack of volunteers.

 

 

You could save a life by offering your help.

Your Local vets or newspapers are the best place to Find

up to date contact information for your local rescues.

Please volunteer today

Rescues usually cover all food & veterinary costs for

fostered animals

Have you
SearchED fOR YOUR LOST PET ?
Make & distribute posters & Check with:
Dog warden & cleansing departments of local councils.
Vets, neighbours, postmen, milkmen, local schools.
Check Gardens thoroughly including garages, sheds, cars,
other small enclosed areas, also fields and hedgerows.
 Cats often get trapped in cupboards, driers, washing machines etc.
Check with other Lost & Found registers. Animal welfare & Rescue organisations. http://www.catchat.org/lost.html  will also provide a great deal of information for helping to find your cat

If you have FOUND a pet, please take it to a vet to have it scanned for a MICROCHIP, this service is FREE OF CHARGE.  
Microchipping
Microchipping pets has become an invaluable source for reuniting animals
with their owners, wherever they may turn up.
All vets, most rescues & dog wardens use this facility to identify found animals and
most can microchip your pet for a small charge, or in some cases entirely FREE.
HAVE YOUR PET CHIPPED AS SOON AS POSSIBLE
latest updates are  lost cat, found cat & lost dog pages
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This website will be removed from the web in February 2015 due to retirement of volunteer webmaster and having no replacement to continue the work
After 8th December 2014 no more lost or found reports will be accepted for posting on the site
PLEASE READ
ALL the contents of the home page, it contains helpful information and useful contact numbers  
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