"Hey, can I tell you two something really cool? Remember when I did that Zoom meeting because I volunteered with the nonprofit that tracks down people from microchips? Tonight, I finally got the courage to work my first case.
Pup is at a large city's shelter, (Chicago Animal Care and Control), and intake was yesterday. Contact info was out of date. The Microchip Hunter Admin provides some background info from various databases for you to work from after contacting the microchip company for owner information, and you also do research on the web on your own to find the owner.
I tried the numbers listed for the owner, but they kept going to voicemails, so I left messages, and then texted them with the reason for my call.
I blasted it to her number and a group of relatives found in the reports. Diesel lives with her ex-fiancé now, and was thought to have been stolen from the yard a while ago. She gave me his info, I called him! He said he had been missing for a while! Then I gave them all the info Microchip Hunters has about how to reclaim him and directions on how to update the contact info in the microchip registry. He went HOME! And that is why I want microchips in all our animals!"
Happy Geri's first case was a success; Diesel and his family are happy too!!! Welcome home!
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