May is National Chip Your Pet Month, and we have an utterly MIRACULOUS microchip story for you.


Ray, a tiger-striped domestic shorthair cat, was recently found and signed in as a stray by one of our Shelter Services employees. He wasn’t the friendliest of cats at first, but given
some time to get used to his environment he became very affectionate.

Once he was scanned, it turned out that Ray had a microchip linking him to his owner, Jaqueline Perlman. When we contacted Jaqueline she said that Ray had escaped when they were moving — more than six years ago!

She was extremely happy and relieved to hear that Ray was doing well, and immediately drove from Daytona to pick him up. We felt great satisfaction at being able to reunite
Ray with his family.

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