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Old 08-06-2015, 18:42   #5
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The people who have Kona now had been given the original co-owners' contact information after they tried to register Kona's microchip (the microchip registration cannot be changed without the permission of the original registrant and co-owner - that would be the the poster lvlyeternity).

The vet clinic in Connecticut contacted the co-owner through the microchip company to request permission to change the chip registration, and was informed Kona was stolen and missing, so the new people are aware of it, but declined to resolve the situation or make contact.

As a result, the original co-owner decided not to release the microchip. That's where the situation stands now.
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