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Less than a third of pet cats are microchipped

Shocking research has revealed that less than a third of pet cats are microchipped and one in four have no identification at all. June is National Microchipping Month so we’re calling for new compulsory microchipping laws for cats as well as dogs.

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Little boy finds his long-lost cat

Ten-year-old Phoenix, who had been missing for 18 months, was only found by his owner Michelle Humber when she visited our Derby Adoption Centre in search of a new pet.

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It’s swings and roundabouts for Charlie

We got a call in July 2015 about two cats that had been left behind after their owners had been evicted. With a bit of detective work we tracked down their owners and they signed them over to us.

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Walter’s sore wound

Walter, a very handsome five-year-old tom cat, was found wandering the streets in October with his front leg caught through his collar. He was very timid and frightened and resisted all our efforts to trap him for four months. Warning: contains graphic photos.

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Tommy is reunited with his owner thanks to Facebook

Tommy was handed in as a stray to our Warrington Adoption Centre by a member of the public. Upon scanning the cat for a microchip, the adoption centre staff found that he was registered to an owner over 200 miles away in Torquay, Devon.

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Why it’s important to microchip your cat

June is National Microchipping Month and the ideal opportunity to get your cat microchipped, if it isn’t already. Microchipping is the most effective way of identifying a lost pet – microchips are permanent and can’t come off like a collar.

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Alice in Wonderland

In the early evening of 27 March at around 6.30pm, our eldest cat of 12 years, a longhaired dark tabby female, went missing. She did not come in that night and we were concerned. Her name is Alice.

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Facebook helps Timmy find his way home

We knew that his name was Timmy and that he was a lovely little older gentleman. Timmy was found on a residential street in Bracknell when he wandered through the cat flap of a house.

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Missing cat reunited with owner after 17 months

On Good Friday 2013, Jayne and Martin Everill’s much-loved ginger boy Tigger wandered off through the cat-flap for a late-night prowl. Sadly, he didn’t return to his home in Erdington.

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Yorkshire cat found safe in Suffolk

Ginger tabby Kitz was discovered among a group of stray and feral cats by a volunteer for Cats Protection’s Breckland branch. The charity was called in to help trap, neuter and return them to help control the population and prevent the spread of disease.

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