We strongly advise that all cats & dogs are so you can be quickly re-united with your pet should it go missing & is brought in to a Veterinary Practice or an Animal Shelter.
Please note that we are not a rehoming centre and have limited space and resources. In the event that you find a stray cat which is uninjured, please contact one of the local rehoming societies such as the or . We are happy to check the cat for an identichip, but may not be in a position to take on its care subsequently.
However, from time to time we have cats in our care that require a new, loving home. Please check out our current rehoming list below.
This beautiful cat, who we have named Sebastian was found and brought into the practice. As no one had claimed him, he was looking for a new forever home. He is a very friendly neutered male, aged approximately 7 years old. He is FeLV/FIV negative and has been wormed and flea treated.
We are pleased that, with the help of the RSPCA we have now found a good home for this cat.
This very friendly stray female tortoiseshell, approximately 1 year old, was brought into the practice. As no one has claimed her, she has now been re-homed by the Practice.
A happy ending for Maia the mother of these four lovely kittens!
She was brought in to the surgery as a stray on the Sunday before the Spring Bank Holiday 2013. Because she was so heavily pregnant Julia (one of our Head Nurses) took her home to have the kittens. Julia has kept the mother and daughter - Eva, Ralph has taken on two of the male kittens - Frankie & Benny and the final male kitten - Robbie was re-homed to one of Julia's friends.
Cats re-homed by the East Barnet Veterinary Practice
We are happy that Roy has now found a new home
Roy was a young male neutered cat brought into the surgery as a stray in May 2014, having unfortunately broken his front leg. The fracture was surgically treated by the Practiceand Roy has recovered well. Initially Ray was very nervous but during his time at the surgery he has begun to seek out human company and now asks for some fuss.
If your pet has gone missing locally or you have found a lost pet, please to complete the form with the details. We can then post details on our (Please note - this page is accessable to everyone, not just Facebook Account holders). Please add photo to the form if you are able to provide one for us.
Please note - We apologise that due to Covid-19 & staff shortages we may not be able to action submissions as quickly as usual.
If you find your pet or would like your advert removed please or call the Practice on 020 8440 5742.
ALSO CHECK the Barnet local Group - Barnet Lost & Found who also post missing & found pets
By using the forms linked from this page you consent to the details and photo of your pet being posted on the East Barnet Vets Lost & Found Pets Facebook Page in order to provide a missing report to circulate.
Lost & Found Pets & Cats for re-homing
Cats found & Cats for re-homing
This beautiful female (neutered) Domestic Long Hair black and white cat, approx 5 years old has now been re-homed. She was found by one of client's, who kindly looked after her until she found new owner.
We currently do not have any cats for re-homing