We offer an online reporting service to help lost, stolen or found dogs, cats, rabbits, birds, horses and all other kinds pets and animals in the Wheatley area find the way back home.
When you report a lost or found pet to us, we notify our PetWatch™ scheme members. Local vets, wardens, shelters and rescue organisations are all a part of the scheme, plus a network of volunteers who all live or work in the Wheatley area.
We also provide you with posters and flyers for your lost pet, for you to print out and put up in your neighbourhood.
Ginger Domestic short-haired cat
Latchford Lane, Great Haseley OX44 7LE, United Kingdom
Black Domestic Shorthair (DSH) cat
White & black Domestic Shorthair (DSH) cat
Faraway, Brill Road, Horton -cum-Studley, Oxford OX33 1BX, UK
Tortoiseshell & white Domestic Shorthair (DSH) cat
Barlow Close, Wheatley, Oxford, Oxfordshire OX33, UK
Wheatley Road, Forest Hill, Oxford, Oxfordshire OX33 1EH, UK
Tortoishell Domestic Shorthair (DSH) cat
Ginger & white Moggy (short haired) cat
Grey Russian Blue cat
Blenheim Lane, Wheatley, Oxford, Oxfordshire OX33 1NJ, UK
Tortoiseshell and white Moggy (long haired) cat
Gidley Way, Horspath, Oxford, Oxfordshire OX33 1RG, UK
View the current list of all the active lost, found and stolen cats, dogs, ferrets, horses, birds and other pets that have been reported to us in the Wheatley area in Oxfordshire.
If you need hope that your missing pet will find its way home, take a look at all the missing pets from the Wheatley area in Oxfordshire that found their way back home.
Sadly, they don't all make it home. This page is dedicated to all our wonderful companions who enriched our lives in the time we had together.Run free little friends...
Maximise the chances of getting your pet home.
From creating posters and flyers to contacting nearby vets and our local volunteers,
it all starts when you report your pet missing.
If you've found a stray, there's a good chance someone nearby is looking for it.
Reporting it to us might mean we can put you in touch with the owner.
It's free and only takes a couple of minutes.