What is Microchipping?
- Microchipping is the implantation of a small device, called a microchip, under your cat’s skin with a needle, usually between the shoulder blades.
What is a Microchip?
- A microchip is a small device, about the size of a grain of rice, that has a unique number encoded inside. Once the microchip is implanted, the owner is given the microchip number to go online to register the number in a database with their contact information and information about the cat. If and when the microchip is scanned and the number is read on the scanner, it can be entered into the database and the owner can then be notified that their cat has been found.
Does the Cat Hospital of Tidewater microchip cats?
- Yes we do microchip cats using the Save This Life Microchip. For more information about the Save This Life Microchip, click here.
For 5 reasons why microchipping your cat is important, click here.
For more information about microchipping your cat, click here.
If you have any other questions about microchipping your cat, or if you would like to make an appointment to have your cat microchipped, please call us at 757-466-9151.