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KITTEN FOUND! Hermitage Road area, if you have lost your kitten please get in touch asap.

Yesterday evening a little kitten was found on Hermitage Road, please contact us asap if you think it might be your kitten. Thankyou.

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Have you popped to a vets to get the chip scanned? Often the best way of reuniting a cat to their owner.

Hi Lee, so small, maybe 7 or 8 weeks at most so too early to be microchipped. We tried many ways to reunite him but I'm afraid no one came forward and so we have found a loving home for him. I am convinced that the poor thing had been abandoned. He is settling into his new home and they are able to give him all the attention and care that he deserves. A happy ending.

Good to hear that he has a loving home now, that's the most important thing.

Our cat was microchipped by the RSPCA at 5 weeks old (he was found abandoned at 3 weeks old), so you can never be sure. It was part of their adoption process that all cats were chipped.

Hi again, gosh I didn't know it was possible to chip them so early. He was found in the street near the bins on a cold night. He was thin and needing to be fed several times a day. He was too young to be outside at all really so whoever let him out was maybe not very responsible or intended to abandon him. The new owners are very much aware of his situation, and if anyone does come forward they will consider giving him back. They also intend to take him to the vet as soon as they can, so I will ask them to get the vet to check for a microchip just in case.

If there isn't a chip when the vet checks, please encourage them to have him chipped.

The chips are only 10mm x 2mm in size, so they are implantable at any age in a cat. We have to wait a little longer for the tortoise though, not much flesh to get at!



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