Each kitten we provide comes with a microchip, which is a small device without any information on it. To ensure that you can be reunited with your kitten if you become separated, you need to register the microchip and your contact details in a database. You can find the 15-digit number of your kitten's microchip in their health certificate or passport.
By registering your pet's information on FreePetChipRegistry.com, which is a free and reliable animal identification database, you can have peace of mind knowing that your pet's home contact information is easily accessible. This service is completely free for the lifetime of your pet, and it can be used by anyone, regardless of the brand of microchip they have. You do not have to pay any registration or maintenance fees, nor do you have to pay to update your contact information.
A cat microchip is a small device that can be implanted under your cat's skin to identify you as the owner. The microchip contains a unique ID number that is connected to your contact information, which is stored in the microchip company's database.
Microchipping your cat is an effective way to ensure that your lost pet can be identified, especially since cats may not wear collars or tags. The cost of microchipping is relatively low, around $40 to $50, and it includes the registration fee for the database. Microchipping should not be too painful for your cat, as the procedure involves using a larger needle than the one used for vaccinations. To find a lost cat with a microchip, staff members at vets, shelters, or rescues will use a scanner to check for the microchip. When the microchip is scanned, your linked contact information will be shared from the database, enabling you to be contacted.