Feline Microchipping

Thousands of pets are lost each year with no form of identification. A microchip provides your pet with lifetime identification. If your pet is found and taken to a vet clinic, RSPCA or council pound, your pet will be scanned for a microchip. This number will provide access to the National Pet Database where your contact details are stored, then you and your pet can quickly be reunited! Just remember that if you change your contact information, update it through the company’s website. If you’re unsure of which microchipping company you’re registered with, visit www.petaddress.com and enter your pet’s microchip number.