Cheshire Pet urge owners to keep track of their pets

The team at Cheshire Pet with just some of the stray cats and kittens

The team at Cheshire Pet with just some of the stray cats and kittens

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AN unusually high influx of stray and abandoned pets at Cheshire Pet in Holmes Chapel has prompted a plea for owners to have their pets micro chipped.

An exotic bird, a terrier, two kittens, a black and white car and a rabbit are amongst the menagerie of homeless pets handed into the practice in the space of a few weeks.

None of the animals had been micro chipped, and could therefore not be identified and returned to their owners.

Cheshire Pet’s Jane Hammersley said: “The last thing we want to see are lost pets on our doorstep, it usually means that a family or individual has quite literally lost a family member.

“We will do our best to re-home these pets but the owners’ heartache could so easily be avoided with a simple procedure.”

For more information about micro chipping, contact Cheshire Pet on 01477 544 554.


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