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Microchip your toys

Locate lost childhood treasures
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If your kids have a favourite cuddly toy, chances are it will be distinctively misshapen / missing limbs, eyes etc. If they lose it, you won't fool them by simply buying a replacement. They will be scarred for life and might turn into serial killers or Republicans.

So, take it along to a vet and ask them to implant a 'tagging' chip, so that if it's lost the owner can be traced and reunited with it.

ih, Nov 08 2001

One of the links of which [PeterSealy] spoke. http://www.halfbake...e_20for_20pacifiers
His work is probably more important than mine. [angel, Nov 08 2001, last modified Oct 04 2004]

Never lose anything ever again http://www.halfbake..._20anything_20again
Putting RF chips in your possessions so you don't lose them. (I always wondered if Peter ever did any work.) [pottedstu, Nov 08 2001, last modified Oct 04 2004]

He hasn't got this working yet. http://www.moniplex.com/
[angel, Nov 08 2001, last modified Oct 04 2004]

microchip your dog http://www.bankstow...ets_registering.htm
and any other animals that you are fond of [po, Nov 08 2001, last modified Oct 04 2004]

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       w - inthe UK we use microchip as a verb "microchip the dog"   

       hi ih - how do you pronounce that?
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