CaRMaH Mobile Microchipping
Each year millions of lost and abandoned animals are taken in by animal welfare organizations across North America, of these animals 4% of the cats (estimated figures) are ever returned home. The major reason for failing to re-unite a lost cat with its owner is because the cats are unidentifiable. Microchipping offers pet owners the only truly permanent method of identifying your catt and linking him back to you, the owner. If you want to improve your cat’s chances of getting home in a lost pet emergency – microchipping is your best option.
Does microchipping hurt my cat?
Animal microchips are about the size of a grain of rice and are typically implanted just beneath the skin between the shoulder blades by a veterinarian or trained member of an animal welfare organization. The process is similar to a vaccination and most animals do not react when the microchip is implanted. Once implanted the microchip remains just beneath the skin for the rest of the animal’s lifetime, a permanent form of identification.
Why use 24Petwatch microchips?
24Petwatch has qualified pet recovery experts on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. They carry out an online search in nearly 1,000 shelters and rescue groups for lost pets. Registration is free, and there is no yearly fee!
Where can I get my pet microchipped?
CaRMaH is offering in feline home microchipping for residents of Hudson/Marlborough. (Other local towns may be eligible for a small additional travel fee) Trained volunteers will come to your home, and in minutes, your cat will be permanently identifiable by microchip!
What will this cost?
$30 donation - and that includes registration! No hidden fees, or yearly fees! And, ALL proceeds go directly to feeding and caring for our homeless cats!
(While we're there, would you like claws trimmed? A donation of $10 will get your kitty in good trim!)
Protecting my cat, and helping local cats at the same time - that sounds great! What do I need to do next?
Send an e-mail to email@example.com, with Microchip in the subject line!