Microchipping gives a lost cat the best chance of being reunited with its owner. Cats Protection is calling for the compulsory microchipping of owned cats.
Across the UK almost a third of owned cats are not microchipped1. Cats are independent and curious creatures – part of the reason we love them. But this means that they can end up lost, perhaps far from home.
Microchipping is a safe and permanent way to identify a cat and the best way of ensuring lost cats are returned to their loving families.
Please help make sure more cats are microchipped and reduce the numbers of unidentified stray cats.
Sign our petition now calling for compulsory microchipping of owned cats in the UK and help reunite more lost cats.
1The PDSA Animal Wellbeing (PAW) Report 2018, PDSA
Hello from all of us here at Newbury Adoption Centre. Our branch has been rescuing and re-homing cats since 1965. In 1994, thanks to the kindness of the branch's founder Mrs Irene Earnshaw, we were able to open a 42 pen Adoption Centre and continue the good work in her memory.