From posters to profile pictures, we have created and compiled a list of free downloadable content to help rescue animals. We have a variety of assets available in both print and digital formats so if you would like to use these, please feel free!
Lost & Found Pet A4 Poster Template
If you have lost or found a pet, one of the best ways to get the word out there is via posters. Sticking posters around your local area will help raise awareness and give people an idea of what to look out for as they go about their lives.
We wanted to make that an easy process for people and have created a free template for both lost and found pets. These are editable documents, optimised with all the information people will need to get in contact with you. You just pop in your details into the fields and then print them.
Please don't forget to include a clear photo of your pet in the image field! It is incredibly important that people know what your pet looks like.
Click one of the buttons below and print out this paper collar template.
Fill out any contact info you wish to share.
Attach a small piece of tape to each corner so you are ready when the cat is within reach. Don’t cover the entire collar with tape. For the cats’ safety, it needs to be easily torn off if it gets caught on something.
Place around the cat’s neck leaving plenty of slack. (You should be able to place 2 fingers beneath it.)
You may need to make a new collar if the first one comes off. If the cat returns and you haven’t received any contact, please call us at Wallington Animal Rescue.
One way you could help us is by popping a donation pot or food bin in your establishment! This way, if your customers would like to help us, they can pop their spare change or animal food donations in these facilities and we will come collect them from you. Groomingtails in Croydon have these for us and the results are phenomenal!
If you would like to order a collection money pot, please contact us and we will arrange this for you.
If you would like to create an animal donation bin for donated pet food and toys, please contact us and print out one of the signs below to pop onto your bin. Once arranged, we can organise to collect the items and donations from you, at no charge to you! Please remember to tell us you have one though, or we won't know where to collect from.