Many adoption facilities set your cat up with a microchip (an identification chip placed under your cat’s skin) but did you know you need to register that microchip for it to be effective?
Spend 5 minutes to make sure your cat’s microchip is registered and up to date with your current contact info. We recommend a microchip even if your cat is indoors only (due to unforeseen circumstances some indoor kitties find their way outside!) A found cat will be scanned by a shelter or veterinary hospital and can be traced back to you via phone number and address.
Different microchips are attached to different companies. If you received a microchip through us you can register at the Home Again website, otherwise check with your adoption facility or previous veterinary hospital. Unsure if your cat has a microchip? Come on in and we will give your kitty a scan.