Jul 25 2013

Pet Found with Microchip!

Here is another happy ending and reason to get your pet microchipped. 

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The beautiful Bengal cat in this picture has been missing from his home for the past 3 months and his owners had all but given up hope of ever seeing him again.  Unknown to them he was being fed by a kind person not far from home and was brought into us on Tuesday and scanned for a microchip.

 After we contacted the company the chip was registered with, they contacted his owner and within minutes our phone rang with one very happy lady on the other end, overjoyed by the fact that he had been found.  Her two small children had missed their friend terribly and would be so pleased to be reunited with him and see him at home healthy and happy once more.

Now we are in the midst of hurricane season it is important to have your pet microchipped and to ensure that it is registered in your name with all your current contact information.  Remember if you move to have that information updated, so if this ever happens to your pet, you will have a far greater chance of having them return home safely.  

 MICROCHIP YOUR PET TODAY!  It only takes one second for your pet to slip out of an open door or gate and take off, especially if they have been frightened or are scared by something.

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