There are four common myths about microchips. Are you ready for the truth?
In 2014, two cats came to the shelter together. Their names were Toby and Tovah. This pair of large, somewhat chubby cats could not be separated – Tovah would shake with fear if we separated her from Toby, and Toby would yowl until we put them back together. We adopted them out together, and all […]
All cats and dogs adopted from the SPCA of Hancock County are microchipped before going home. What is microchipping? And how is it helpful to your pet? First, we always point out what a microchip is not. It is not a GPS – it does not tell you where your pet is located. It is […]