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And the winners are …











Congratulations to: Renee, Jane, Jennifer Rose, Melanie, and Kathy who have each won a FurCode — we will be emailing you shortly!

Thank you to everyone who participated and made this such a successful contest!


I’ve always been a great believer in microchips. As someone who fosters for a local dog rescue, it breaks my heart to see the number of stray dogs in shelters, waiting to be found by their people. If they’re super lucky they’ll get to go home, be adopted right away, or end up in rescue. But unfortunately not all dogs get those options and many of them end up as yet another statistic.

My own dog Wookie was a stray. He was picked up and brought to an overcrowded shelter in Quebec, and as the same old story goes, his owners were never located. Wookie narrowly escaped death by being rescued by Hopeful Hearts and after being my foster for a brief stint, my family and I decided that he was staying with us forever and ever. And ever.

The first thing we did after adopting Wookie was bring him to see our vet to get microchipped. Of course we had to bring Wookie’s best friend for moral support — our other dog Halladay. With the scan of her magic wand, the vet tech showed us where Wookie’s microchip had been implanted, and offered to do the same with Halladay, as he’d also been microchipped by them 2+ years ago. They waved this magic wand all over his furry little body and found nothing. I was horrified. They ended up having to re-chip Halladay, but thanks to this rogue piece of technology, I no longer feel safe relying on just a chip to get my furballs back home.

Most people, myself included, have relied on the traditional pet tags. That is, until now. There’s only so much information that can be etched onto the regular ID tags, and what happens if your contact information changes because you’ve moved? You’ll have to spend more money getting a new tag — if you remember to do that during your move, that is. Experts estimate that more than half of these traditional tags contain outdated information, rendering them useless.

That’s where FurCode comes in.

FurCodes are a genius upgrade to the dog tags of yesterday, containing all the information needed to get your furball home. Each FurCode ID tag has a unique QR code assigned to it, and by scanning it with a smart phone, your dog’s profile instantly comes up. Their profile shows their name, your contact details, veterinarian information, medical needs, and the list goes on. For the social media savvy, you can also include your Facebook and Twitter information. But what if the other person doesn’t have a smart phone or scanner? Simple. There’s an ID code on the back of the tag that can be entered into the FurCode website to access the profile. Your pet’s profile displays only the information you want to share, and can be updated at any time at no cost. It doesn’t get any better.

Now I am in no way saying that FurCodes should replace microchips, but I strongly feel that they go hand-in-hand. The FurCode grants the person who found your dog immediate access to finding you, and for anyone who has ever lost their dog, this is priceless.

It seems as though Christmas has come early, because the amazing folks over at FurCode have generously donated a few of these bad boys to giveaway to five lucky Ottawa Dog Blog readers.

Want one? Leave a comment below with your name, your dog’s name, and why you want a FurCode.

One entry per household. This contest is open to anyone in Canada and the US. Winners will be chosen at random. Please include a valid email address so that we can contact you. Contest closes Tuesday December 13th, 2012 at midnight. Winners announced on the blog on Wednesday December 14th.



  1. Jacqui Schofield says:

    re: Furcode giveaway
    My furry friend/bed warmer/face licker/laughter generator/squirrel chaser/vacuum cleaner is called Lola.
    I would like a FurCode giveaway as my life would never be the same if she was lost and not returned to us. We fostered a dog recently who had been found abandoned and it broke my heart as to how anxious she was – fortunately we found her a FANTASTIC foster home.

  2. Krystel says:

    Wow, that`s awesome! If I don`t win this, its definitely going on my Christmas list for my puppy, Jasper!

  3. my dogs (and cats) have been microchipped since it was possible, and fortunately we haven’t had to rely on them. i was shocked when i discovered that the microchip information for my pointer hadn’t been entered properly by the shelter upon her adoption … i discovered this almost THREE years later!!

    my pets (even the indoor cat) all wear collars with info … even in the house (dogs have their house collars and outdoor collars).

    i’m a big believer in micro chips but i do think they need to be checked frequently.

    the big concern now, however, is the threat of cancer … tumors found at the site of the microchip or completely surrounding the chip in some dogs. i’m not sure how extensive the studies are yet … hard to find proper info … but it does lead to concern. in my own circle of friends and contacts (thousands of pets) i’ve heard of only one cat with a site tumor and the chip had to be removed years after implant.

    i suppose the answer is: monitor your pet’s chip … from having it scanned once a year, checking the info is all correctly entered, AND knowing where the chip is in order to keep a manual check on it as far as the potential for a tumor.

    all in all, i think they are essential, but i’d love to read more research.

  4. Richard says:

    My little bud’s name is Zack. He is our bug catcher, court jester and family protector. (Even though he is just 20 pounds) This is a great idea to protect our family friend and keep my kids happy knowing that if he ever goes squirrel hunting…We have great odds to get him back.

  5. i guess i should say: YES! i’d love a Fur Code … for my newest rescue boy Merrick, without whom i would be lost. and i’d probably have to get one for my big girl Matea too!

    illona – head scruffy, scruffy dog photography

  6. Nicole says:

    I have three fur balls only one of which has a microchip. I found a dog at a park downtown in Ottawa and used his tabbies tag to find his owner since at the time I did not have a car to drive him to the vet nor a cel phone of any kind. The law is clear that dogs have to have their tabbies shot and the vet office has to keep a record. The dog got home safe the same night.

  7. Mel says:

    Nicole, the problem with relying on a rabies tag (which is what I’m assuming you meant!) is that it’s not a requirement in all provinces. Quebec, for example, does not require a dog to have a rabies vaccination. So what happens if someone has popped over from Gatineau for a visit and their dog escapes?

    I feel like $20 (or $10 right now, as FurCode has a holiday sale) is a small amount to pay to make sure that a person’s animal can be found.

  8. Dionna Vallier says:

    Wonderful, We have to kittys Belladonna and Micky both microchiped but this fur code sounds much safer. We intend on getting a dog after we move in the spring as we are now in a tiny apartment right now and we want a place for our ( dog to be) to run and play and be safe. Merry Christmas and good luck everyone!

  9. Stephanie says:

    My name: Stephanie
    Dog’s name: Ziva
    Why I want a FurCode: because you can never have enough identifiers on a dog, especially when your terrier-mix has OCD when it comes to chasing after squirrels…

  10. Vicky says:

    Hello! I would like to win a FurCode for my Boston Terrier Desmond. He’s a very good little guy 99.9% of the time, but sometime – let’s say, right after the first snow of winter – he gets a bit too excited and runs away trying to catch snowflakes 😉 In times like these it’d be great to know he’s got the additional protection of a FurCode to bring him back home if he gets too much into his chase for us to keep up!


  11. Kaylee Tai says:

    We adopted my puppy Aerie a year ago from a Naven Animal Rescue. He fell asleep on my lap during the car ride home but got sick the first night while we had him. I still remember the night when I found him lost under my bed (he roller over and couldn’t climb out) and how he climbed on to me as soon as I put my hand under the bed. Since then, we did obedience and agility class, went hiking, played in the snowfield, chase around the kitchen counter together. Even though he probably chewed through over 5 pairs of my shoes, the moment he walks over and curl up beside me while I’m doing work, my heart would melt. I can’t imagine a day where I can’t see his face and watch his silly tongue hanging out from excitement. We had done all we can to try to make sure he will come back to us when recalled, micro chipped and updated collar with our information, but I remember the sheer scare I had one day when he chase after a German Shepard in the off leash dog park. Then a few moment later, the German Shepard came back without my puppy, he wasn’t fast enough to keep back, and lost the scent track on the way. I did find him, but I would never want to lose him for anything. I would love to have one of these to increase the opportunity to get my little air ball (Aerie=air ball) back if he was ever lost!! 😀

  12. Nicole says:

    Sorry not his tabbies tag but his “tabbies” tag. New to iPhone texting. Also I used to foster for Hopeful Hearts as well – hoping to do so again soon.

  13. Britney says:

    I would love a FurCode for my incoming Border Terrier baby Eyrie. This little one will be the absolute love of my life, and the very first dog I will own by myself (I live away from home and my 14 year old Shih Tzu baby who is a family dog). I would be absolutely devastated if my BT was to escape it’s leash and take off one day.

    If you need a little more convincing, my baby was born on Nov. 21st, and this picture was from a few days later.

  14. Nicole says:

    Why is it changing the word rabbies on me all the time? Anyway I agree with all of and will probably buy one for each pet. Although every time Tucker got out of the yard it was without his collar on so I am glad for the chip.

  15. I just relocated to Ottawa. My pup was my foster changed to adoptive bestfriend when her an I created an inseparatable bond. She was microchipped in Chicago when she was a pup however on our relocation when I tried to re-update her information it would not allow me to change the country to Canada! After contacting the company that manufactures the chip they stated I might need to have it replaced!!! As of now Arie (my pointing lab pup) has a petsmart tag which only has my Canada Cell (all that would fit) and her name. I still return to the states an am always scared if she got lost in travels someone might not call the Canadian number! Arie has been a life changer for me, who knew fostering could benefit the lives of two people. Losing her would be heartbreaking!

  16. Grace R. says:

    Love them! Would love one for my foster, Zorro, and for future fosters with my details on them. You can never be too safe, especially when the dogs are in a strange, new home!

    Grace R.
    Mississauga, ON
    Facebook: {digby&sassy}
    Twitter: @digbyandsassy
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  17. Melinda H. says:

    I would love a FurCode tag for my little guy, Rupert. This is the first time I’m hearing of FurCode, so I’m very grateful for the post, Mel. Rupert is a puppy miniature schnauzer, and as a result, has a ton of energy and can be drawn to distraction as he is very alert. As he grows older, I suspect his terrier instincts will become even stronger (as we hear from other schnauzer owners), and he will become very interested in squirrels, birds, and other small creatures that are very numerous and prevalent in our beautiful city! I would love a FurCode because it would offer peace of mind in knowing that it would prevent little Rupert from following the same sad fate that many lost dogs face after accidentally getting away from the owners.

    Thanks again for opening my eyes to this product!


  18. Karen Sendybyl says:

    I too work in dog rescue, and donate as much time as possible to it. It breaks my heart how many loving dogs are abandoned, lost or abused. I look in the loving brown eyes of my furry 80lb lap dog appropriately named Prince, and I seriously would fear for the reason/sanity of both myself and my husband if something happened to him. He is our baby, bed warmer, food taster, guardian, alarm and very best friend. I would love one of these for him!
    Karen and Prince.

  19. Kristen says:

    Why I want a fur code:
    1) Hailey is an escape artist. Are backyard is now Fort Knox to keep her in.
    2)There is nothing scarier in the world than a missing dog!
    3) My spent all my money replacing the things that my destructo-dog ate.
    4) Winning one will save me the time of having to order one and give me more time to read great blogs like this one:)

  20. Jane says:

    My puppy Sonnet is getting more and more adventurous on her quest to get outside the fence. Today she kind of spiderman-ed her way up two feet of chicken wire and then hopped over the other side…. true story. Clearly I would love as many ways of identifying her as possible.

  21. PamK says:

    Great post Mel. Certainly micro chips are an invaluable resource to reunite lost pets with their owners. We recently had a foster dog go AWOL and she was returned very quickly, as she had her microchip ID tag on her collar. However, as several others have posted, you need to ensure the chip information is registered correctly, and that it is kept up to date. I too have read the reports that claim a possible co-relation between chips and cancer. I’d love to win this fur code tag for my Skye…thanks for helping to spread word about this.

  22. Carrie F. says:

    My little fur-baby is my heart and soul. He’s always there to make me laugh in good times and in bad. He brings out my youthful and playful side and has helped me become a more responsible adult. If I ever lost him my heart would break and I would never be the same. While he is tattooed and registered, having fur code would give us a much better chance in having him find his way back to me. Thanks for this giveaway!!!

  23. Melanie says:

    What a great idea. I checked out the FurCodes website and the have black and pink tags – wow. My dog Stella would look great in either colour!

  24. Kathy says:

    This is awesome! I would love to get one (or two) for my two pups. Dexter has a microchip but I found the process to be inconvenient and I still don’t think he is registered properly (also not impressed you have to pay twice!). I have noticed a few lost dogs who have been microchipped and it really doesn’t appear to help much more than a standard collar with an ID tag would.

    Lenny has not been microchipped yet and I am on the fence but now I have hoped over the fence and am going to really look into these FurCodes! They are my kids and anything to keep them safe at home is good in my books.

    Thanks in advance! Kathy

  25. Dayna Rose says:

    I would love to have this for my own dogs. I foster for Gentle Jake’s Coonhound Rescue, and I volunteer with Loyal Resuce (and I have previously adopted from Loyal). When we go to the park with 3 dogs, sometimes I worry that I don’t have enough eyes to watch all the dogs and it makes me nervous. Having a FurCode would give me extra peace of mind. I have not yet microchipped either of my own dogs (our fosters are always pre-chipped), and until I do so, I feel that a FurCode would eliminate a lot of stress at the park and out and about.

    Thank you,


  26. Robyn says:

    I love both my furbabies madly. This sounds like the perfect way to protect them. One of them, Ceilidh, is an explorer, and while she’s microchipped and has an up-to-date tag, I’d die inside if she (or Phoebe) ever ran off or got spooked (she’s afraid of hot air balloons and bolted because of one visible from teh Conroy Pit once).

  27. Allison P says:

    Phoebe is micro-chipped and her tags have her ID# and our phone number. With the addition of a Furcode, I think if we ever got separated the odds are increased that we would be reunited.

  28. NANCY BEER says:

    Our little guy Quinn, was from that horrible puppy mill in Clarendon Paws R Us. Before you start berating me for buying a dog from them, let me just say I did not know it was a puppy mill and then I simply could not leave him there. He was a mess. But I convinced her to take a $100 cash deposit and a cheque for the balance which I promply put a stop payment on. Me bad, but at least he was outta there. It ended up costing me tons at the vet anyway to get him healthy again so I still spent the money just didn’t give it to them. Long story short, Quinn was so traumatised that I never go him chipped because I was afraid it would hurt him more. This FurCode thing sounds amanzing and I don’t win one I would like to know how to buy one. Fingers crossed I will win though, it would be a lovely Christmas gift. And my the way, Quinn is two now, we have had him for almost as long and he is finally a lovely, healthy, frisky silly boy and we adore him. Thanks for all the great info on this blog.

    Nancy and Gary

  29. Darlene says:

    Gee, the next time I am at the vet with Bubba I am going to have them scan him to make sure his microchip is still there. Definitely going to look into this tag.

  30. Jennifer Rose says:

    I would love to have a FurCode tag for all of my dogs (4 furever dogs and 1 foster dog) so am always looking for ways to keep track of them. Even better, I have a blackberry and have no idea how to scan a QR code – think of all the bonding time I could have with my dogs while I practice. For once, my addiction to my crackberry could involve them. :)

  31. Helen says:

    I would love a Fur Code tag for my guy Beckett. He has a microchip but we travel a lot for agility trials and it’s always better that people can check for the information without having to go to a vet. Both of my boys also have tags with their name and phone number.

    Years ago my first Sheltie Duffy was lost for a few days. It wasn’t his licence that got him home but his rabies tags. The people, whi found him, were kind enough to call the vet’s office and got my information that way. Most municipal dog licences have no phone number.

  32. Meaghan says:

    Wow, that would be great to have! Gatsby has a tag but when we travel and he stays with someone else, and their number isn’t on his tags!

  33. April says:

    I just wanted to chime in that FurCodes are awesome! I have eight of them- two for my dogs and six for my cats. Since we’re moving to another state in February, halfway across the country, I didn’t think my babies could be without their FurCodes. Plus, the people at FurCodes are so awesome and have been really nice to me every time I’ve dealt with them. I definitely recommend them, every chance I get!

  34. Bruce says:

    I am the webmaster for I also have a great 1 year old German Shepherd named Layla. She loves to run off leash in designated areas that we found on your website. There’s always a risk she could get lost so a FurCode would be a great thing to have to protect Layla. I will also promote them on my website which ranks #1 page 1 Google for “ottawa qr code”. Cool site BTW. Thanks.

  35. Chantelle Carrier says:

    These tags sound awesome! My furry one (Oscar) is great but a bit too energetic and friendly sometimes, and tends to go on his own a bit off leash, or bolts out the front door for a quick jaunt around the neighborhood if he can get the chance, and if he ever really got away, a tag I could update would be helpful for him to find his way home!

  36. solange says:

    Our feisty Jack Russell Pepper would love to have a FurCode tag… it’s a genius idea and great for those of us who haven’t microchipped our pooches. Pepper has escapist tendencies and has snapped leashes before and taken off. We hope she never gets lost, but a tag like this would improve our chances of finding her if she did.

    Thanks for featuring such a nifty gadget!

  37. Ayla says:

    Oooh, those are so clever! My dog’s name is Kali, a very friendly 5-month-old golden retriever – and I would love one that would have the info readily available because as she grows more confident I am certain she will give me a heart-attack racing to greet someone she smells/sees in the distance!

  38. Jenni says:

    This is a brilliant idea! My miniature schnauzer Sarge is easily excitable, especially when on leash. He pulls so hard sometimes!
    I’m terrified of losing him, so we work regularly on his emergency recall, he’s micro chipped, wears his collar with dog tag and license info 24/7. But this would be another item I can add to my arsenal of ‘keep Sarge safe’.

  39. Michaela Alexis says:

    I would love to have a Furcode for my little furball 10 month old puppy, Kennedy. Kennedy is a half westie, half yorkie city girl that loves to sprawl out on our balcony (ground floor) and people watch. Sometimes I do worry that somebody might think she’s as cute as I do, or that she might run out to explore our downtown neighbourhood and so the QR code would definitely come in handy! Also, happy holidays!

  40. Krystal says:

    Hi, my dogs name is Thomas and i need a furcode because after reading this article, im begging to think that if my dog runs away or gets lost and who ever find hims brings him to the vet to scan the microchip, they may not find it. I really dont want that to happen, heaven forbid. But if it does i would really like it if he has a furcode on him for all the finders would have to do is go online or scan it. Thank you so much! Goodluck :)

  41. Chanelle says:

    My dad’s 5 year old Boston Terrier, Billy, could really use one of these! He is microchipped and has a collar, but he often runs out of the house and since my dad lives on the outskirts of Cornwall, he could be tricky to locate without a visible tag. It would be really useful! Happy early Holidays!

  42. Sabine Stapells says:

    What a fabulous idea! The dog that I am now a guardian of was found in a cornfield in November of last year starving. If the original owners would have had a ‘furcode’ or any other method of identification maybe she would have been returned to her family. But – I consider myself the lucky one, she is part of my family now. I don’t ever want to lose her!!!!!

  43. doug buchan says:

    my daughter’s dog Honey likes to explore the neighbourhood all too much and tends to find ways out of our back yard this tag would definitely put her mind at ease, here’s hoping i’ll win one

  44. Nik says:

    Smart move!

  45. Richard says:

    We have 3 dogs 2 cats and one special little boy!! We work with an animal rescue group here in Newfoundland called Heavenly Creatures. All of my pets are microchipped, and we strongly recomend it to all the ppl who provide forever homes to our rescues. I will be ensuring that we now recoment these tags as well, love the idea of them!!!

  46. Renee says:

    Would love this!!

  47. melissa wakeling says:

    It would be perfect timing for me if I won this. I just noticed that my aussie/lab mix Tilly’s conventional tag is very worn and difficult to read. Also, I got a new cell phone number this week so now it has inaccurate contact info on it.

  48. Beth Crane says:

    we brought home two rescues on the same day, they are brothers from a different mother, completely inseparable, if I won a tag I’d buy one so they’d each have one, as the thought of losing one of them is just devastating.

  49. Dianne Wilkinson says:

    this items sound fantastic and I would love to backup Lili’s micro chip with one. She is a little jack russell whom I adopted from a shelter when she was 4 months old. She is my co-pilot, snuggle bunny and all round 2nd shadow not to mention what a loving little soul she is to me and since we are out in farm land it would really help any one finding her to contact us. Like most others I would be heart broken to loose her.

  50. Christine Freriks says:

    After reading your article I find this way of tagging more reliable for having your fur baby returned home if they wander off..

  51. Valorie Stockstill says:

    My dog’s name is CJ and he is my service dog. I am disabled and CJ is such a blessing to me, I would be lost if I lost him. I have chronic back pain and my meds cause me to be fumble fingered sometimes and I drop stuff. CJ picks things up for me and I can use my laser pointer to target things down low or across the room and he joyfully brings whatever it is to me. It is all a wonderful game to him. CJ is a rescue himself. I found him roaming in traffic 9 years ago and we could not find his owners even though he was micro chipped. The chip had been put in by the puppy broker that sent him to a pet store in Beverly Hills and his new owners never bothered to register with the micro chip company. CJ loves everyone and would go to any new face to greet them. I suspect that is how he got away in the first place, he is the visiting type and must have wandered too far. He was very emaciated when I found him so he had been alone for a while. Since I am a widow & live on disability my budget hardly has room for a 30 dollar tag even if it is the best idea since kibble. I would feel so much more secure that my baby and helper would have so much more protection. Since he also does hospital visiting too, I would be more than happy to spread the news to all he visits about his smart tag. Thank you for considering CJ and me. Blessings and giggles on your day and Merry Christmas.

  52. Sabrina says:

    Hi! My name is Sabrina and I am owned by my doxie Pinto. Pinto is little sneaky one; as he is terribly lazy and loves to play couch potato rather than going for walks, it has happened that he got off his leash to run all the way back home by himself (who could think small dachshund legs could run so fast…oh my I couldn’t catch him!). He was good finding his way but what if doesn’t next time? I think FurCodes tags are a great complement to microship as anyone can then help!

  53. Sandy says:

    My dog’s name is Rex. We adopted him from the SPCA three years ago. He is 8 now. He is our family. If we lost him and didn’t know where he was it would terrible! We’d go insane trying to find him before a shelter decided he was “too old” for adoption! That’s why I want one :)

  54. Bill H says:

    I volunteer at a county shelter. I have a rescued dog. I know what can happen to a dog if the owners can’t be located quickly. This is a great idea as AN ADDITIONAL means of identifying your pet.

  55. Meaghan says:

    Our little family would love to have FURCODEs! We have brought home two rescue dogs in the past 2 years – Deia a beautiful husky/pyrenees mix and Zen a great dane/lab mix. Deia was relinquished to us from a violent home, and Zen had been badly abused and then abandoned in Gatineau at the end of January to freeze. Neither of these dogs were microchipped when we found them & brought them home.

    As is often the case with husky xes, Deia is prone to some houdini like escaping, and we are always very careful with her, because once she’s free she is VERY hard to catch! We would be devastated to lose either of these wonderful pups.

    Meaghan & Jason

  56. Sabrina says:

    I would love a FURCODE for my dog Miles. You see, as part of my job, I live abroad (though my homebase is Ottawa and I am Canadian – not sure if I’m still eligible but figured it wouldn’t hurt to apply). Miles was adopted on my current posting (Tel Aviv, Israel) and will, of course, be moving with us transatlantic to the western US next summer.

    A necessary evil will include airline travel across ocean, which I am still trying to wrap my mind around (should we go to Amsterdam on the way home so Miles can stay at the KLM pet hotel? Should I transit through Canada for a few days and then put him back on an airplane? Will that be better or worse? etc).

    While Miles is tagged and microchipped, until we have registered him with the authorities in our new hometown, all the information about him will be related to our home in Israel, completely useless while we’re in transit.

    I think a furcode will help relieve a lot of my own anxieties about making sure that no matter where we are in the world, Miles will be equipped with the info someone would need to get him back to us.

    Great giveaway, pick me!

  57. I’m Crusoe, the celebrity dachshund. You’ve probably heard of me, but if not, you can get to know me on my Facebook page;

    Anyway, why do I want a Furcode..? Well, I’ll probably never get lost because I’m always fully aware of my surroundings and am always prepared. I guess it’s possible someone might want to kidnap me and hold me for millions of dollars in ransom. The Furcode will tell them who to contact for the ransom money.

    I would also like one because I think it is very fashionable, and being a celebrity I need to keep up with the latest trends.

    Hope I win!

    Keep ballin’,

    ~ Crusoe

  58. Jenny Mehan says:

    This is one of the most brilliantly simple ideas I’ve seen in a long time! This would be perfect for our high drive ball of energy Malinois pup, Rio. Of course, she’d have to hold still long enough for someone to scan the QR code… 😉

  59. Susan says:

    what an ingenious idea and about time. My pekingese (Dudley) is a part of the family and I would be devastated if he were lost

  60. Liz Despins says:

    I would do anything to keep my babies safe! It’s important to have additional contact info available when traveling as well at home.

  61. Lesley Macfarlane says:

    I would be devastated if I lost my dog Duff who is a rescue who was likely abandoned by someone who didn’t care what happened to him. He is such a sweet loving animal I can’t understand how anyone could do that to an innocent animal. I have microchipped Duff but any further protection I can offer to him to keep him safe and have him returned to me if he gets lost, would mean the world to me. He is sleeping beside me right now on the couch. Life doesn’t get better than that!

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