The number of registered
animals is growing every day
If you find an animal which has most likely been lost by its owner, follow these steps:
Use a microchip reader (used by veterinarians and animal shelters) to check if the animal has been implanted with a chip. If it has, check its number.
Enter the microchip number into the WORLDPETNET search bar to see which domestic database it is registered in, and then ask the database owners to contact the animal's owner. If you are given the owner's contact information, inform them that you have found their animal.
If the animal is not marked in any way, contact your nearest animal shelter or animal protection services.
You can always post an ad saying that you have found an animal!
Marking animals with a microchip is the most durable, effective and completely safe method of quick and reliable identification. Every transponder (chip) has a unique number which enables instant identification of the animal and its owner, helping them reunite faster. However, it is important to remember that a chip is just a transponder with an encoded number. It is not a tracking device and contains no data about the animal or the owner! Therefore, in order to identify a chipped dog or cat, it is necessary that a microchip be registered in a national marked animal database...Read more
Cat / Dog missing – Looking for purebred animalsEvery day many pet owners have to deal with their animals going missing. There are several... read more >>
Sometimes, even though we have done everything we could and are very cautious, we fail to protect our pets from going missing or running... read more >>
All kinds of information have been making rounds about the SARS-CoV-2 virus, and the media has been bombarding us with increasingly worrying news about... read more >>
Read this letter to Santa and think twice before you give someone a living animal!Dear Santa
My name is Gift and I am a little... read more >>
While us humans rejoice when winter finally arrives, happy that we can enjoy its many attractions, our four-legged friends may often find it to... read more >>