Lost cats found in Austin, TX

If you've lost a cat in Austin and need hope & inspiration to keep looking, check out these amazing videos of lost cats found despite difficult circumstances:




Lost Cat Pet Detective YouTube channel

Kim Freeman / Lost Cat Recovery
"more cats found = fewer in shelters."

Lost cats found: Happy reunion stories of missing cats found in Austin --and all over the US.

I'd love to show you the hundreds of lost cats I've found over the years here, but it would mean doubling the efforts of my Facebook page! 

So please come see the happy reunion pictures, videos + stories on my "Lost Cat Finder Pet Detective" Facebook page at:

http://www.lostcatfinder.com/lost-cats-found

If you need help, inspiration, tips or guidance finding your lost cat, visit my main website at www.LostCatFinder.com

Here's a preview of what you'll find on the Lost Cat Finder "happy reunions" page:

A few of the many Lost Cat Finder happy reunions!

Cat Behavior Expert

"Why does my cat do that?"
For anyone in need of some expert cat behavior advice, check out Dr Kim Kendall -- one of the world's leading veterinary experts in "Feline Friendly Care (www.felinefriendlycare.com) and behaviour. She also runs in Sydney, Australia, home of Cafe Purrfection, the world's first ethical cat cafe where it's all about the cats, not the coffee (or humans). Check out http://thecatpalace.com.au and www.felinefriendlycare.com

Dr Kendall is now my GO-TO cat lady for when we get a lot cat home and have behavior issues, reacquainting issues and calming down after being lost and starving. Her advice works, plus she has that cool Aussie accent to boot!

Lost Cat Finder: International Pet Detective based in Austin

Hi! Looks like you've landed on my local blog page (which has now been updated to a national website). Also new: a Facebook page where I log my cases and happy Lost Cat reunions. Please come Like and let me know if you need my help.

Kim Freeman, Austin Pet Detective
www.LostCatFinder.com


Lost Cats Found Facebook Pag

Austin Lost Cat Finder Pet Detective interviewed on KEYE morning news

After helping Erica Brennes (the traffic reporter on the local news) find her missing cat Skittles, KEYE contacted me to do a feature  on the morning news.

Here's the "Lost Cat Finder"  interview, held onsite at 6am on a rainy Austin morning. Apparently, I am now dubbed, "the Cat Detective."

Lost Pet Finders - Lost and found cat tips on KXAN "My Pet" Segment


"Help me find my cat!" Yes, that's what I do as a pet finder for lost cats. I'm a pet detective in Texas, based in Austin and offer missing cat tips & coaching to lost cat owners all over the country.

Lost Cat Finder: Austin TX Pet Detective

http://www.lostcatfinder.com/Lost_Cat_Finder/Pet_Detective.html

I'm an pet detective trained in lost cat search & rescue, animal tracking and the science of lost cat behavior. I'm the only certified Missing Pet Partnership "Pet Detective" in Austin Texas. 

I'm available 24/7 to help people with missing cat situations, from in-person "cat detective" searches to email petfinder advice, shelter searches--even making and distributing lost cat posters & flyers. 

My goal is to provide lost cat owners with the right information tools and techniques to track down a missing cat. I also offer a search guide on "How to Find a Lost Cat" for people in and outside the Austin area. This e-book has helped people all over the world recover their missing cats!


Texas Pet Detective Services
If you book me to handle an entire Lost Cat Search campaign, the charge from start to finish is $500. This includes everything: poster + flyer creation/distribution, interviewing neighbors, searching crawlspaces under houses and sheds using tools and gear, visiting animal shelters and local vets--a complete and detailed, physical search for your lost cat.

If you're able to create and hang your own giant posters, visit area vets and shelters, and distribute hand flyers to neighbors while getting their permission for me to bring equipment and search their yards and sheds, the rate for a two hour search is $250. 

You obviously care a lot about your cat if you're here seeking professional advice based on the science of lost cat behavior. I've studied thousands of cases of lost cats: what missing cats do, how they travel, and what works to get them found.

This is not something the general understands how to do. It only makes sense to  hire a professional or, at the very least, watch my tutorial video, How to Find a Lost Cat.

Kim Freeman   /   Texas Pet Detective
based in Austin TX



Lost Cat Search Strategy Coaching  $100

Get an email consultation and Profile analysis with your copy of the petfinder e-book "How to Find Your Lost Cat" for custom search tips based on your completed Lost Cat Profile. Combining  your cat's Profile results + probability theory, I coach you on where to put your efforts at each integral stage of the search for your lost cat. 


Full Search and Rescue  $500 
This is the full campaign and includes everything from the "How to Find Your Lost Cat" Search Guide booklet, a custom Lost Cat Profile Analysis and coming in person to your house to examine all areas for clues and key hiding places you may have overlooked using my special heat sensitive technology and cat recovery equipment.

This includes a 4 hour plan together, starting with a one-hour consult analysis, plus 3 hours searching your neighborhood: interviewing neighbors and getting permission to examine under houses, decks, and sheds using my "pet detective" equipment searching yards, garages and sheds where your cat could be trapped. No stone left unturned using high-tech equipment and every resource available to find your cat while you're at work or traveling.


http://www.lostcatfinder.com/Lost_Cat_Finder/Search_Tips.html




Austin pet detective, Kim Freeman, website at www.LostCatFinder.com To request a consultation contact her via her website at Lost Cat Finder.