If you think you'll find a cat or dog still alive at 40 years, you should be contacting Guinness, not the SPCA. Around here, best bet would be to look at coyote stomach contents for remains of missing cats & dogs.
I'm not sure what pet you're looking for or why, but remember Schrödinger's cat?
If you find what you are looking for & confirm that it is dead, then in a sense, you killed it!
ETA: ... unless maybe that's the problem? ...you've found an undead cat & just don't know who return it to? In that case you're going to need records that go farther back, because nobody else has seen the cat since the 30s
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