Blest Sunday: It’s Chip Day

Hey dearest furiends, how are ya’? It actually cooled off a bit this week. We hope y’all had some nicer weather as well. Altho’, it still isn’t outside weather fur man nor beast. However, yet another neighbor’s kitty who visits us quite often, was lounging on our porch. They all seem to come to our house.

Raena lays on cat tree, Blest Sunday template

 

          Yeah RaenaBelle, this purrticular neighbor kitty is a real pain. She comes over here and acts like she runs the joint. She tears up our trash and scatters it everywhere. Now mind you, it’s not like mommy leaves trash out all the time, but she does put it out and then waits till it cools off in the evening befur taking it to the dumpster. This wouldn’t be a problem if the neighbor kept her diabetic kitty in the house. Anyways, problem kitty or not, mommy always makes sure to put out some fresh cold water.

 

Neighbors diabetic black catthe neighbor’s diabetic kitty.

 

We are so Blest Zebby. I’s so glad mommy doesn’t think we oughtta be outside.

 

Zebby looks up

          Me too Raena, me too. I’s might like to poke my nose out every once and a while, and go fur strolls with mommy, but I’s sure wouldn’t wanna have to be out there cuz she shut me out of the house. I’s can’t even imagine what those poor kitties think.

 

Raena lays on scratcher

I’s think they’re thinking, let’s go visit Raena and Zebby, their mommy’ll take care of us. MOL And I’s agree the neighbor’s diabetic kitty is a pain, but she wouldn’t be looking fur food in our trash ifin she was getting something edible at home. Anyways, enough griping, it’s Blest Sunday, and we’re always feeling Blest. Hey did you know tomorrow is Chip Day?

 

 

          Chip day? Does that mean we’re gonna have chips fur breakfast or something?

 

Not that kind of chip silly. I’s talking about microchips. You know the kind that would get us reunited with mommy ifin God furbid anything were to ever separate us.

 

          Where do we get those chips Raena?

 

Raena lays on cat mat

We already have ‘em Zebby. You got chipped when you went in fur your spa day. Mine’s chip day wasn’t so painless. But, it’s over now and I’s just grateful that I’s will never be apart from mommy. Microchips are small rice size chips injected right under the skin. They contain a number that can be read by shelter, rescues, and vet offices everywhere. Ifin a kitty or woofy gets separated from their family, they can be reunited via that microchip.

 

Zebby sits prettyThat chip didn’t hurt a bit.

 

          Well, so long as your human keeps their information updated on the microchip‘s website. Microchipping is very impurrtant. It can be done in your V-E-Ts office, often at the shelter, and many places offur low cost clinics. Based on Raena’s experience, we recommend, if possible to have it done during the spay/neuter. However, any pain is temporary and worth it in the long run. Even RaenaBelle agrees.

 

Raena lays on scratcher

Yes Zebby, I’s do. Purrlease, don’t assume your kitty or woofy could never be lost. Don’t assume, your neighbors would return your kitty or woofy should they get out. Not saying they would purpussly steal them, just saying, peeps are busy and don’t feel the same about your furry family member. Microchipping is simple, affordable (mostly), permanent and transferrable.

 

Zebby sits pretty pose, selfie

          And unlike a collar tag, doesn’t come off. So, I’s gonna go link us up with the Kitties Blue fur Sunday Selfies.

 

As we do each week, we’d like to remind you to take a minute today and every day to Give Thanks fur the Blessings in your lives. Thanky thank you fur being Blessings in ours.

 

Till the next time…………………………………………………………….Be Blest!!!

 

Luvs and Hugs and Kitty Kisses

 

RaenaBelle and Zebadee

10 thoughts on “Blest Sunday: It’s Chip Day

  1. One of Mummy’s community cats has made herself at home on Our Porch. We think she sees it as a safe place where she doesn’t have to fight off other, bigger kitties when feeding time comes around. Mummy puts out food and water for her and she can also rest in the shade when it gets too hot.

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  2. I always forget to ask our vet to check the cats’ microchips! Neither Kitty nor Bear had one, so they are relatively new to me. Ellie was six when we got her and she was already chipped by her rescue as a kitten. I never thought about it, but that chip probably saved her life. Instead of sitting in a high kill shelter, they called her original rescue, who came to pull her.

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  3. We feel bad for your neighbor’s diabetic kitty, and wonder and worry about how its human is caring for it. e always have our cats chipped. They are never allowed outside, but just in case! Love and hugs to you both, and to Mommy A, too.

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  4. i feel so bad for that kitty outside. I need to get more of my cats chipped. I have 3 out of 12 chipped because they came to me that way. Hope it cools off for you. XO

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