We all fell in love with Loki who came in for his full health check, first vaccination and microchip, followed by his kitten chat from one of the nurses.

Since April 2016 it has been the law to microchip dogs but it is strongly advisable to microchip cats also. Traditional collars and tags can easily come where by comparison, microchips are permanent.

Each microchip contains a unique 15 digit code which is stored on a national database containing the owner’s contact details. Scanning the chip reveals the owner’s name, address and contact details allowing them to be quickly traced and reunited.

Loki was such a brave boy and we look forward to seeing him again in 4 weeks time for his second kitten vaccination.

Kitten and vet nurse at Burghley Vets
Burghley Vets Stamford