How to Find a Lost Cat

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I'm proud of the hundreds of lost cats found  as a result of my booklet & video!


As you'll see in the thank-you notes below, my materials go way beyond the typical advice for recovering a missing cat. 


If you're serious about finding your lost cat, get serious about how you search.


My techniques, methods and tips are what got these cats found.  Again and again I hear people say that when they  finally downloaded my materials, they were able to search with fresh eyes and found their cat.


I love it when they write to say thank you!







"Kim! Thanks to your lost cat tips, I found my cat today!  I had been searching for a week until I read up on how to look for a skittish cat. Thank you for your materials. God bless you!"

-Rhonda, Atlanta, GA


"I am thrilled to report that I found my cat this morning! Thank you so much for for writing your "lost cat tips" book. That was absolutely the  best $25 bucks I ever spent in my life."

-Linda, Anchorage, Alaska 



"Thanks for all your support  throughout this emotional process.  Your booklet really was incredibly helpful.  Without your advice, my cat would not be home right now.  I'm sure this will be the first night in a week that I'll actually sleep!"

-Jamie, Houston, Texas



"Kim! I want you to know I searched for my cat for 2.5 months doing all the typical stuff people on Facebook advise with zero luck. FInally, one person you had worked with recommended your booklet so I ordered it.


Wow. What an eye opener! I had been doing so much wrong. Once I learned your approach and changed up my methods, I found her THAT DAY!


I'm now recommending you to everyone in California!"
-Dana, Santa Cruz, CA


Happy reunions
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Guaranteed to get your lost cat home.


The info, diagrams and pictures in the book plus the Show and tell demos in the video make this combo pack the most advanced collection of lost cat recovery techniques ever assembled, plus the key DOs and DON'Ts, all real world tested, all in order, all in one place.


Try my techniques. If your cat is not recovered in 10 days or if you're not just blown away by the amazing insights, uncommon knowledge and value in the video and e-book, tell me so I can send you a full refund.


I think you'll find my search guides are well worth $25 to get your cat back home. 


Kim Freeman

The Lost Cat Finder




Part 1  

Think Like a Cat

Using Your Cat’s POV

3 Ways to Make your Cat come Home

Key Steps within 48 Hours

Breaking Cover

Typical Lost Cat Behavior

Recovery Strategies for Each Type of Cat

Part 2  

Myths and Misinformation

What NOT to Do

Tunnel Vision

Microchip Misconceptions

Overzealous Searching

Dealing with the Emotional Pain

The Dangers of internet advice

Wildlife, stray cats and food fights

Good Intentions Gone Wrong

Part 3  

Places to Look you’d never think to look

The Indoor Cat Search

The Outdoor Cat Search

Photos:  Cat Hiding Places

A search with Fresh eyes

Search tricks based on Cat Type

Missing inside-outside cats 

Cats with a Double Life

Ranking the scenarios that account for your missing cat 

Part 4 

A better approach to posters and flyers

Flyers vs posters and psychology of each

Search zone mapping

Size of Flyers and key wording to get attention

To offer a Reward or not?

Posters  design that Gets best Results

Quick & secure poster placement 

Part 5  

Marking your search zones

Nine key detective questions for neighbors 

A new technique for garage searches

Cat vision and how it affects your search

Using Nature as Your Guide.

Fur evidence and clues

Evidence of Predators

What About Foxes and Raccoons?

Staying Positive

Part 6  

Top Gear: Essential Search Equipment

Where to set up

Best bait options

Nemesis Cats

Catnip as bait, good or bad?


When to move on

Part 7  

Additional Pet Finder Services 

Lost Pet Alert companies:helpful or scams?

Reputable Lost Pet Notification Options

The Pros & Cons of Hiring a Search Dog

Part 8  

Sightings:  details count: What to ask

A Positive Sighting!  Now what?

How to contain and transport a frightened cat 

Part 9  

Once Your Cat is Home 

Avoiding re-feeding syndrome

Parasites, liver and kidney cautions

Part 10

Random Tips & Key Reminders.............................. 82

Rethinking your search from a Cat’s-Eye View

Reminders to AVOID during a Search

Case Stories & Record Rescues……………………… 86

more thank you notes


"We found our lost cat! Like you said in your book, based on his personality, he was  stuck in a garage 4 houses away and stayed silent. He never meowed when I went by and called, but thanks to your tips, I still found him. He's now home and had fresh salmon for his first meal.


I can't thank you enough for giving me the tools to find Buddy! He is the best cat ever and I would have been devastated if I had lost him for good,


I'm battling breast cancer, and he seems to know when I don't feel well, staying right next to me for hours on end, when I feel good he goes outside or plays and sleeps all over the house, yard, basement, etc. Your advice was truly amazing.

-Michelle Purdy, Erie, PA


"All because of your advice in your book, I found Avalon!  She was under the back walkway stairs leading to the alley. I'm not a huge fan of reading, but your booklet showed me what I didn't we are reunited. You are now my hero, darling."

--Anita, Los Angeles, CA




"Thanks for your brilliant tips booklet! Great source of info. Wow.  I thought I knew all about cats, but this is truly niche specialty. Your info is what got my cat home. Thank you for writing that book."


-Robert, Chicago, IL




"Kimberly does a fantastic job with her advice but also the emotional support throughout the process, not only in the US, but also for me overseas in Latvia.


We followed her steps outlined in the book to find our missing cat trapped in a neighbor's tool house they said had not been open for a year!


She had jumped into a hole over the door, but unable to jump out. Even though the owners said it was never open, we knew from the book to look anyway and he was there very hungry.

Thank you for all your work throughout the global kitty community!


--Linda Bluma, Riga, Latvia


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