On 8/31, Copper was stolen from my vehicle. For 6 days I flooded social media with Copper’s pictures and story. I got in touch with every shelter, animal control, vet, humane society, etc, from Paducah to St. Louis. For 5 days all I did was call and email pet related places. Having recently lost my phone, on day 2 of Copper’s abduction I emailed PetLink to update my information. I spoke to Copper’s vet, who implanted his microchip explaining my phone situation. After that phone call, he also got involved. On day 6, I received my email to update my account. After using the email to update, I decided to call PetLink and make sure Copper’s account was correct. After listening to our story, the PetLink agent then tells me “Copper’s been found”. Someone has found him scanned him and called his chip in. They left their number. I cried. I was so relieved. I couldn’t believe it. With all the social media that I’d put in place, Copper’s picture and story were all over Facebook, Instagram, craigslist, and pet FBI and a few other pet recovery apps, With the social media coverage and the fact Copper was microchipped, my guess is the thieves realized Copper was loved and there was no easy way to sell or keep him. His microchip was the final piece and the bridge that connected him being dumped and reconnected with me. Awesome customer service. Awesome product.