#ItsAllAboutTheAnimals was founded by a group of dedicated, like-minded people brought together by one thing... their love and compassion for animals in need.
‘It’s all about the animals’ is exactly what it says on the tin. We are here to help reunite animals with their owners, predominately dogs and cats, but we have been known to reunite parrots, sheep, bunny rabbits, and, even exotic reptiles. No stone will be left unturned during our quest to help reunite you with a missing or stolen pet.
We are here to offer support when and where needed. We can help with local searches, posters, facebook groups, thunderclaps, scenting, advice, as well as providing you with all the essential numbers you will need to contact and the websites you will need to register with in order to help raise awareness and gain maximum exposure for your missing pet.
There is also the sad fact that animals are killed on our roads every day. We aim to get out before the council ‘street clean team’ can so that we can scan for a microchip and get them back to their family rather than be discarded like rubbish at a local landfill site.
Around 630 cats are killed on Britain’s roads every single day. If we can make a difference to just a few of them and get them home, we will do it.
“We can’t thank you enough for getting our cat Mitzy home, the support, information and advice we received was amazing! Thank you from the bottom of our hearts.”
When an animal has been microchipped and then scanned at a later date a 15 digit number will appear on the scanner machine. We then contact one of our implanters. They are able to contact the chip company relating to that microchip number and the details are then given to them so that they can contact the owner.
Once that call has been made, it is then agreed with the implanter and the owner, that their details be passed over to our scanner. The animal is then reunited.
It's not always straight forward. The biggest thing we have come across is the details being out of date. Mobile phones are the most common. People change them and don't update the chip company. It can then be quite difficult.
The address is visited and some are reunited and then asked to update their mobile number with the chip company.
Sometimes they've moved from there too. But we do all we can to make sure that animal is reunited. If it is chipped.