"Kim warned us about the typical search mistakes then came and found our lost cat in freezing weather!"
"Words cannot express our gratitude to Kimberley Freeman for finding our missing cat, Pita.
When your indoor cat runs out the door at night and disappears during a sub-freezing cold front, panic and helplessness set in pretty quickly.
After Pita had been gone for about 12 hours, we began an Internet search of the best ways to find a lost cat. I was initially skeptical of all the pet services that popped up, given how there are several big companies out there who take advantage of pet owners and do nothing but robocalls.
When I saw Kimberley's information listed on the Austin Pets Alive website, I felt confident in pursuing her help since APA is such a reputable steward for pets.
Kimberley is no joke. She has expertise and training that goes way beyond common knowledge. She helped guide us in the right things to do, yet lead us away from the typical mistakes people in a lost cat search.
The woman knows how to think like a cat and is able to take charge while you might operating on an entirely emotional level (which I was).
Since we ran out of daylight so quickly on her first day of searching, she was back the next day to resume the search in 29 degree weather. While checking under a neighbors shed, Kimberley called our attention to some nearby bird chatter. We followed her lead and there was our cat stuck in a tree!
Would the average person know to listen for bird chatter to find their missing cat? We never would have thought of that. She also helped us get poor Pita out of the tree in a way that prevented her from bolting and disappearing again.
Thanks to Kim, we had Our Pita back in less than 48 hours.
We are so very grateful for Kimberley's help and give her the highest recommendation. If you've lost your cat, do not hesitate to hire her.
If you're like us and view your pets as your children, you'ill find this to be the best money you ever spent."
--Steve & Melissa McGrath