Jun 28, 2012 17:19 BST The majority of cats, according to a national survey of cat owners, have a neigbourhood adversarry. They fight with a local cat and so one way to help relieve the terror is to fit your cat with a microchip and have a microchip door which will only allow your cats in!
The smallest microchip for animals now accepted to identify endangered species.May 09, 2012 15:00 BST
Micro-ID Ltd one of the major suppliers of microchips for animals has just been accepted by the DEFRA CITES team as the only microchip for use with small tortoises under the endangered species regulations;See the DEFRA web site page: http://animalhealth.defra.gov.uk/cites/news/120404Marking-of-Annex-a-specimens-availability-and-use-of--ISO-compliant-mini-microchips.htm
London Zoo switched to the Micro-ID Mini-Microchip last year as they believe it is much kinder for the animal and besides which it is compatible with all scanners in the market.