KAYA was rehomed and re-microchipped to another owner by the RSPCA.

MORE ABOUT KAYA:- KAYA WAS REHOMED AFTER THE RSPCA FAILED TO FIND HER MICROCHIP AND THEN RECHIPPED TO NEW OWNERS.

Kaya was born in Italy and was brought to England by Kate, her owner. This action alone demonstrates how strong the bond isbetween the two.

“She went missing in South London Sept 2012 when she was being walked by Kate’s boyfriend. However despite a thorough search and making contact with hundreds of people we did not find anyone who had seen Kaya.

However, we made sure that Kaya’s details and photograph were circulated across all the rescue centres, dog wardens and RSPCA sites within a very wide area. But still not a shred of evidence was recovered.

The one positive from this sad story was that KAYA was micro-chipped and therefore if found, had a good chance of being reunited with kate.

We as yet do not know how KAYA ended up in a London rescue centre, nor have the RSPCA said which one it was. What we do know is that eventually the RSPCA took possession of KAYA and transferred her up to Coventry where she was subsequently rehomed. But they did not locate her micro-chip, why?”

It was in December 2013 just after Christmas when Kate was called by the RSPCA in Coventry saying they had Kaya who had just been found running stray. Kate was overjoyed, although puzzled to discover that her dog was in Coventry. A short while later the RSPCA phoned back with some bad news. They said Kaya had been collected by her owners.

Apparently they had inserted a new micro-chip when Kaya was rehomed but unbelievably when they scanned Kaya they did not find the new micro-chip but did find the original one.

At the moment the RSPCA are saying that Kate has no right of claim over her Kaya and should be happy that she wasn’t put to sleep and is with new loving owners. They are also saying that they are not at fault and claim the micro-chip was faulty. Which one? As it seems that they have a bad habit of not finding micro-chips!

We think that this is unacceptable and the RSPCA should reunite KAYA with her Kate, the true owner. The RSPCA are not being very helpful at moment……..

However, with your help we think we should be able to get their attention and encourage them to clear up the mess they have created.

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Photo: MORE ABOUT KAYA:-  KAYA WAS REHOMED AFTER THE RSPCA FAILED TO FIND HER MICROCHIP AND THEN RECHIPPED TO NEW OWNERS.

Kaya was born in Italy and was brought to England by Kate, her owner. This action alone demonstrates how strong the bond is between the two.

"She went missing in South London Sept 2012 when she was being walked by Kate's boyfriend. However despite a thorough search and making contact with hundreds of people we did not find anyone who had seen Kaya. 

However, we made sure that Kaya's details and photograph were circulated across all the rescue centres, dog wardens and RSPCA sites within a very wide area. But still not a shred of evidence was recovered. 

The one positive from this sad story was that KAYA was micro-chipped and therefore if found, had a good chance of being reunited with kate.

We as yet do not know how KAYA ended up in a London rescue centre, nor have the RSPCA said which one it was. What we do know is that eventually the RSPCA took possession of KAYA and transferred her up to Coventry where she was subsequently rehomed. But they did not locate her micro-chip, why?"

It was in December 2013 just after Christmas when Kate was called by the RSPCA in Coventry saying they had Kaya who had just been found running stray. Kate was overjoyed, although puzzled to discover that her dog was in Coventry. A short while later the RSPCA phoned back with some bad news. They said Kaya had been collected by her owners. 

Apparently they had inserted a new micro-chip when Kaya was rehomed but unbelievably when they scanned Kaya they did not find the new micro-chip but did find the original one. 

At the moment the RSPCA are saying that Kate has no right of claim over her Kaya and should be happy that she wasn't put to sleep and is with new loving owners. They are also saying that they are not at fault and claim the micro-chip was faulty. Which one? As it seems that they have a bad habit of not finding micro-chips!

We think that this is unacceptable and the RSPCA should reunite KAYA with her Kate, the true owner. The RSPCA are not being very helpful at moment........

However, with your help we think we should be able to get their attention and encourage them to clear up the mess they have created.

Copied post from:- The Pet Detectives.