Finn reunited

Pets name: Finn


Finn's story:

In 2011, Finn vanished after his usual evening outing, leaving owner Michelle Watkin from Barnstaple in a desperate search. Despite exhaustive efforts, including posters, vet consultations, and contacting Petlog, Finn remained missing without a trace. Yet, over 12 years later, a miraculous call from the vets reunited them. Finn, with Michelle's details attached to his microchip, was found and swiftly returned home within an hour. Michelle's message rings clear: never lose hope. Keep your cat's microchip details updated and always check for a chip in lost or stray cats and if your pet goes missing, report it to your microchip database, vet, and across social media platforms.

Keep your details up to date

Keeping your pet's information up to date is crucial for increasing the chances of finding them if they get lost.

To simplify this process, we offer a
Petlog Premium package which provides various benefits for a one-time fee of £19.95. This package enables pet owners to easily update their records as many times as needed throughout their pet's life. Considering that this amounts to less than £2 per year, the cost is minimal compared to the peace of mind it offers. By taking advantage of this offer, you significantly improve the probability of your beloved pet being safely reunited with you if it goes missing.

Microchipping will be a legal requirement for cats in England from 10 June 2024 and owners must register and keep contact details up to date on a microchipping database. If your cat is registered with Petlog, please check your details are up to date now.

If you haven’t created an online account with us since our March 2021 website upgrade, please do this before 10 June 2024.