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Changes to Cat Microchipping Legislation

Calling all cat owners, as of June 2024 all cats in England must be microchipped. If your cat is not microchipped, you need to act now.

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Top 3 Reasons Why Microchipping Cats Matters

From offering peace of mind in an emergency to giving you real-time insights into your cat’s activity with microchip-enabled devices, here are the most important reasons why microchipping cats matters.

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Why should I use a Microchip Cat Flap?

Cats are extremely independent and like to explore their outside environment. Some cats will have access to a garden or further afield, whilst other cats will have a patio or balcony to explore. And in some regions, cats are unable to go outside due to predators or dangers outside. There are several types of cat flap available, however a microchip cat flap can be used for outdoor and indoor cats, as well as keeping neighbourhood animals or wildlife outside. Here are some uses that a microchip cat flap can support your happy cat in their home:

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Everything you need to know about microchipping

Microchipping is the most effective form of pet identification. A microchip will stay with your cat for its lifetime and, once implanted, your cat won’t even know it’s there.

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