Register your cat

Microchipping your cat is a very smart measure! It is quite common for cats to run away. By chipping and registering your cat with PetBase, you can be sure that he will return home soon! The registration can be done at PetBase in 3 easy steps.

One-time payment € 7,50

Register your cat in 3 steps!

A new cat, congratulations!

You've probably been looking forward to it for months, but then it's really happened or it's coming soon. You expand your family with a sweet cat. This will be a very fun time, but in the beginning there will also be a lot of responsibilities. We will help you with this!

It's smart to register your chipped cat at a government-recognised animal database, such as PetBase. By chipping and registering your cat, you ensure that its home can be traced if it is goes missing. You decide which data can be found. You can change the data entered at any time. We do this free of charge in order to keep the data up to date at all times so that we can find your cat's home address again.

Which data is important?

As a database, we need a number of data to ensure that your cat registration runs smoothly. You must enter this information yourself during the registration of your cat and you can change it free of charge at any time. This way we ensure that your furry family member can be brought home safely.

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Information about your cat

  • The chip number
  • The date of birth
  • The call sign
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Data from you

  • Email address
  • Name
  • Phone number
  • Address

What should you take into account?

The most important thing to remember is to keep all data up to date. You do want your pet to be able to be brought home again if he is unfortunately missing or has been hit. By ensuring that you keep this information up-to-date, it only becomes easier! 

Are you moving or is your dog temporarily staying somewhere else? Then indicate this in your personal PetBase account! Then you prevent people who found your pet, from standing at the wrong door when they found them. 

To reassure you when your cat is found, social workers would like to contact you. You decide which data they can see about you. However, it is important to keep these details up-to-date as well!

Change data for free at PetBase
At PetBase we have made it possible for everyone completely independent and free can change all its data at any time. With this we want to prevent problems when returning recently missing cats.

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Register your cat at PetBase

At PetBase you can easily register your cat within 4 steps. Read below the few steps you need to do:

How do you put your pet in your name?
If you already have an account log in at the top right on your account. Do you still have no account? Then click the button at the top right register dogs, cats and other pets. Once you are logged in to your account, click on the 'add pet' button on the left. 

With the chip number (15 digits) and transfer code (starts with pb-) or form number, the animal can then easily be registered in your name. After the payment of the package (7.50 standard or 15.00 plus), everything is easily and securely registered in our database. 

There is only average 3 minutes needed to create an account and register your dog


  • Lost and Found Registration
  • Lifetime Registration
  • Registered immediately
  • Portal for the government (RVO)


  • Upgrade of the basic package
  • Parts available for all animals in the account
  • Holiday & moving service
  • Extended data
  • Link photos
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Your missing cat abroad via Europetnet

PetBase is affiliated with Europetnet! Europetnet is committed to getting pets back to their homes throughout Europe. This ensures that your pet missing can also be traced throughout Europe!


It is not possible to change (address) details through telephone. The easiest way is through our website, under the option change details. You can also send us an e-mail with the chip-/transponder number and registration-/form number, the old details and the new, correct details. If you are unable to make changes online, you can also send us the details by regular mail containing the chip/transponder and registration/form number, the old and new details. If there is no way to make the change online, you may also send it by post.

Reporting your dog or cat missing is easy in PetBase. Find your registration at Enter on this page the 15-digit number of the chip and click on the 'Search' button. You will see your animal details and then click on 'Log in and change'. Do you have a then you can select your pet via 'My Pets' and make your missing report there. Detailed help can be found on our support page

A transfer code is required to transfer a pet registration to a new owner. Also called transfer code and without this code it is not possible to transfer the animal to another holder / owner. The old owner can request this in the portal and give it to the new owner. More information can be found on the PetBase support portal.  

For registrations made before 9 November 2021, a form number is necessary. Registrations after this date can work with a My PetBase account and no longer need a registration number, then everything works with a transfer code. No changes can be made to the database without a number or code. The chip number and registration/form number can be found on the blue form or in the e-mail provided at registration.

Only the unique combination of these two numbers gives access to changing your data in the database. This prevents fraud and protects your privacy. We can only search by chip or registration/form number and therefore not by name or address. The chip number can be read by your vet or chipper. You can still do several things to find out the registration/form number.

You can call us from the phone number registered with us so that we can validate your identity. Caller ID must be enabled. There are more options, you can find them on the website.  

You can report the death of a pet by logging in on our website.

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