Dickerson said she though one day, “I microchip my dog, why couldn’t I
microchip my son?”
I think there’s something despicable about treating a human being the same way you would treat a dog or your keys.
Its one thing to chip your keys or have one of those devices that when you whistle the keyring goes bleep-bleep to help you find it. I can imagine extending that to people who let their dogs (or cats) roam and need/want to have them in at night. Domesticated pets might not be able to cope with even urban predators such as badgers and grizzly raccoons.
If, that is, the animals aren’t smart though to come in when you call them.
But treating a human as you would a dog? Continue reading Tracking kids via microchip ‘can’t be far off,’ says expert