TOPEKA, Kan (WIBW) Helping Hands Humane Society workers and volunteers were out promoting a simple solution to saving lost pets Saturday.
Lots of four-legged friends turned out, with their parents, to get microchipped at the new shelter location on 21st Street.
Shelter workers say microchipping is important in ensuring your pet has the proper identification.
Supporters say the majority of stray animals admitted to helping hands have no tags or microchips.
They say the simple solution will help reunite families with their lost pets.
Visitors could also get city licenses for their animals, and 10-dollar rabies vaccinations.
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