Katy Community ‘Chip Clinic (KCCC) in partnership with Fort Bend Pets Alive! is proud to announce that just over 70 local family pets were microchipped at its last event, at Whole Foods Market Katy. The group offered $10 microchipping with lifetime registration; community lost and found and pet safety information; and pet adoptions through local rescues.
KCCC is proud to have partnered with Fort Bend Pets Alive! for this effort. Fort Bend Pets Alive! is dedicated to delivering solutions that can make Fort Bend County a no-kill community through programs such as education, adoptions, outreach, low-cost spay/neuter programs and fostering. Microchipping more pets makes reunions just a phone call away, when animals are brought into a shelter.
The volunteers are especially thankful to Dr. Patrick Choyce and the 24/7 team at All Pets Animal Hospital for giving their time and effort in administering the microchips. Also joining the event was Dogs on Deployment and Prevent Unwanted Pets. Dogs on Deployment provides an online network for service members to search for volunteers who are willing to board their pets during their owner’s service commitments. Dogs on Deployment promotes responsible, life-long pet ownership by military pet owners by advocating for military pet owner rights, providing educational resources and granting financial help for military pet owners during times of emergency.
Prevent Unwanted Pets is dedicated to helping decrease the number of unwanted and euthanized animals in our area. Their mission is to aid people with the spaying and neutering of family pets, feral cat colonies and abandoned
animals to decrease pet overpopulation.
Finally, the support of these “Top Cat” sponsors provided the resources needed to offer this program: A Pet’s Domain; Camp Bow Wow; Cinco Ranch Dental; Circle Lake Ranch Pet Resort; Fulshear Pet Services; Bob and Ann Hodge; Paws Memorial Service – Pet Cremation & Memorial Services; Rover Oaks Pet Resort; Woof Gang Bakery & Grooming Katy.