Cat and owner reunite after a year thanks to microchip

Orange County Animal Services say after being lost for a year, a cat was reunited with its owner thanks to a microchip. 
 
Paco and his mom were all smiles after their reunion. 
 
Officials say a registered microchip with current owner information is the most successful way to reunite with a pet if ever lost. 
 
Orange County pet owners who would like to have their pets microchipped can do so for $15 per pet at Animal Services’ clinic from Monday – Friday between the hours of 1 – 5:30 p.m.
 
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