As we adventure with our cats outside, there is always the risk they may slip out of their harness. We of course hope our cats won’t ever get lost, but it’s best to be educated and prepared for those emergency situations. There are many common myths and old wives’ tales about what you should do if your cat gets lost, and many of them do more harm than good.
In this episode, I chat with Kimberley Freeman, The Lost Cat Finder, all about finding lost cats and how to prevent your cat from getting lost. She dispels common myths and shares about lost cat psychology so you can be armed with the knowledge you need should your cat ever slip out of their harness or out of the house.
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Overview of the Episode:
- Common misconceptions on how to find a lost cat
- Lost cat psychology and behavior
- The importance of recall training
- What to do and what NOT to do if your cat goes missing
- Tools to help find a lost cat
- About Kim’s Glow Cat Collars and Collar Camera
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About the Author
Emily Hall, ABCCT is a certified cat trainer and cat adventure enthusiast. As a “mom” to seven cats, one dog, and two sugar gliders, she has been writing in the pet industry for 10 years, with a focus on traveling and adventuring with cats. Emily and her husband enjoy hiking, road-tripping, camping, and canoeing with their three cat adventurers. Read more about her here.