Lost Cat Finder
As a full-time lost cat tracker, Kim Freeman has 10 years of practice finding missing cats — and the dirt under her nails to prove it. Combining missing persons profiling with tracking, bird language and the science of lost cat behavior, she’s been deemed the world expert in lost cat recovery, solving cases in 48 states and 17 countries. Her mission is getting cats found before they end up in shelters, and she's created a video on how to do it.Because cats need special techniques tailored to feline psychology, her species-specific methods improve owner success and reduce shelter intake of strays. Her online guides in both English and Spanish offer strategies for various cat types and situations with a video tutorial demonstrating how to best use traps, trail cameras, motion alerts and other lost cat gear. Giving owners access to educational online resources not only relieves daily demands on shelter staff, but it also gives owners best-practices guidance based on science instead of myths.Freeman and her online lost cat kits can be found at www.LostCatFinder.com with happy reunions stories on YouTube and Facebook pages.