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Free Cat Microchip Clinic
March 16 @ 10:00 am - March 17 @ 3:00 pm
Bring your cat or kitten to FHS March 16th or 17th from 10:00am-3:00pm for a free microchip! No appointment needed. All cats must be in a carrier.
All cats over 4 months of age must be up to date on their rabies vaccination in accordance with NC general statute 130A-185. If you cannot provide proof of a current rabies vaccinations for your cat(s), FHS will vaccinate them for $15.
Q: What is a microchip?
A: Microchips are a type of permanent pet identification that is injected under the skin of your pet in-between the shoulder blades.
Q: How big is it?
A: They are the size of a grain of rice. They house a tiny computer chip with an identification number that can be detected when scanned by a shelter or vet.
Q: Does it hurt my pet?
A: No! Microchipping is a quick procedure and no anesthesia is required. Oftentimes, your pet does not even realize it has been placed.
Q: How long does it last?
A: Microchips are permanent and do not require replacing. They will last for the entire life of your pet!
Q: But my pet is already microchipped!
A: Awesome! Be sure to make sure that the chip information is registered correctly. If you have had a phone number, address, or email change since the microchip has been inserted, make sure to update them on the microchip database!