What to do if you find an unchipped cat?
If it’s during a vet’s opening hours, and it’s possible for you to take it there, please do so as they would be able to scan it for a chip and contact the owner. If unchipped, they will usually hold the body for a period to allow the owner to claim it. You may like to call the vet first to check their procedure.
Where can I find a lost and found cat?
Self adhesive paper collars may be available from our Lost and Found Helpline 07889 976463 or [email protected] If you have a secure cat carrier to take him to the nearest vet they will usually be able to scan the cat to see if it has a microchip.
How can I find out if my cat has a microchip?
If you have a secure cat carrier to take him to the nearest vet they will usually be able to scan the cat to see if it has a microchip. If you do not know the vet you may like to call them first to check they will offer this service for free.
What to do if you find a deceased cat?
If you have found a deceased cat: If you have sadly found a deceased cat, then please be aware that the cat will hopefully be identity microchipped. If it’s during a vet’s opening hours, and it’s possible for you to take it there, please do so as they would be able to scan it for a chip and contact the owner.
What should I expect from a vet check up for my Cat?
An ounce of prevention… Expect the veterinarian to spend at least 30 minutes on a nose-to-tail exam, including listening to your cat’s heart and lungs and a thorough feel of the belly region. The vet will ask you about your cat’s behavior and mood, and whether you’ve noticed anything unusual.
Where can I check the health of my Dog?
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What to do if you find a cat with a microchip?
If the microchip has been registered to an owner, the microchip company can contact the owner to let them know their cat has been found. If the chip has not been registered, ask the company for the “implanter of record”.
What to do if you find a lost cat?
You can also call your local animal control to see if anyone has reported a lost cat matching the found cat’s description, or see if your local animal control has a networking group on Facebook (the volunteers who run the Facebook page may be aware of a missing cat or may be able to post the found cat for you).