Tiny Cat reunited

Pets name: Tiny Cat

Tiny Cat's story:

Just before Tiny Cat's second birthday, he was unfortunately separated from his keepers which left them extremely worried. This was made worse after a week of searching nearby fields and checking nearby houses, but still having no sign of the whereabouts of their cat. As the weeks passed, the keeper's hopes began to dwindle but this never stopped their children from asking where their cat had gone. This was a question which had no suitable answer, until a year and a half later when the keepers received a call from a vet located five miles away from their location. Tiny Cat had been handed in and the vet was able to scan his microchip which provided the contact details to his keepers. After the successful reunification, Tiny Cat was described as being in great condition and had grown a lot since the family last saw him. 

The keepers were extremely happy they made sure Tiny Cat was microchipped as they don't believe the reunification would have been possible without it. They believe that others should also ensure their pets are microchipped and if they stumble across a pet which may look lost, they should take it to a vet as it could allow the reunification of a child's best friend, just as described in this story. 

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