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Updated: 07/30/2014 08:00:03AM

Full of dogs and cats

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PHOTO BY JEFF ROSLOW

Cato gets a poke Saturday from Adam Lamb, and now he can be tracked by a GPS device. Jerry Beaty holds the puppy during the procedure.

PHOTO BY JEFF ROSLOW

Jerry Beaty holds still Pipkin Saturday while Adam Lamb gives her a microchip at the SPCA during a giveaway. Her owner, Debra Scherer, brought in five of her cats, only a portion of the 25 she owns, which, she said, already have microchips.

PHOTO BY JEFF ROSLOW

Cato is saying hello to Jerry Beaty Saturday before he gets his microchip inserted. The Huskie, owned by Ashley Zubrin and Aaron McAfee, is something they've been thinking about doing for along time for the 5-month-old puppy.

PHOTO BY JESSICA LAWSON

More than 270 microchips were inserted into cats and dogs Saturday at the SPCA clinic in a giveaway they had. Despite some rain, many stayed in line throughout the early afternoon.

PHOTO BY JESSICA LAWSON

Jerry Beaty takes in this dog while Adam Lamb prepares a shot that will put a microchip into him.

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Despite a couple of light rainfalls, it didn’t stop it from being very hot and very busy at the SPCA Animal Clinic Saturday.

From noon and through most of the afternoon, 270 microchips were given to dogs and cats for free by the SPCA in Lakeland.

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