I am one of the lost cat watchers in the Twin Cities area and I have some curious questions in relation to missing cats and dogs.
1. When your cat or dog goes missing, let me know why the cat or dog is not posted immediately on websites and lost cat/dog/ pets groups as missing to increase the chances that your cat/dog is found quickly?
I have put together very important tips for people who have lost their cats or found cats in the group I created on Facebook and people do post information on what to do if you have lost your dog or found a dog. The name of the group is:
Information group for lost and/or found cats and dogs.
2. Why do people not get their cats and dogs microchipped and registered when they first are adopted or other avenues and become a member of the family? If your pet goes missing, having a registered microchip is vip in increasing the chances your pet is returned to you! There are low cost microchip vets and clinics all around where you can get your pets microchipped and registered. Cut out going to eat for one month and you will have more than enough money to get your pets microchipped!
For example Mission Hospital Charges about 20 to $22, value Care Vet is $25 and lifetime membership, and Petco I heard has them for $18.
3. Why do pet owners not get their cats and dogs spayed and neutered upon adoption or taking ownership? It is the responsible thing to do to control the pet population and not have unwanted litters.
Once again there are low-cost resources around where you can get the pets fixed; just do a little research and compare costs and vets.
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