Microchipping is the only safe and permanent way to identify a cat. Yet despite this, 100,000 (35%) pet cats in Northern Ireland are still not microchipped.
We understand the heartbreak of cat owners when their feline companions go missing. Microchipping is the safe and permanent way for a pet cat to be identified.
Compulsory microchipping is about to be introduced in England after the UK Government found that 99% of respondents to a consultation support this requirement.
Join with the tens-of-thousands of people calling for compulsory microchipping to be introduced in Northern Ireland and across the UK by signing our petition today!
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