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The Cat That Crossed the Irish Sea — 2 Comments

  1. Glad to know about this re-union, and all the others that have been possible only because of the micro-chip. This is one thing that vets do that can actually save cats and dogs. I know that there are some problems with them at times, but I’d take that chance, because without it there’s no way for our pets to be re-united with us, especially when separated by a distance and turned into a shelter. Even if our pet ends up dead from an accident or an intentional killing, at least the micro chip can give us information and closure that we otherwise would never have.

    • Absolutely agree with you Sandy. Even when the cat ends up in an entirely different part of the UK microchipping still works great and as you say it saves lives. The risk of complications from microchipping is far outweighed by the benefits.

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