Our online fundraiser has concluded however you can still make your donation through other options listed on http://www.catwelfare.org/donation
Cat Welfare Society is facing its toughest challenge yet. A lot of our work involves frontline intervention to prevent the unnecessary culling of our community cats.
Just 5 years ago, an abandoned kitten such as Moe at the void deck of a HDB flat would not stand much of a chance at survival. He would have been reported to the authorities and placed in line with 5000 other cats who are awaiting their cruel fate of being put down.
Do you live in the East? Looking for something to do with your kids during the school holidays?
Join us at Downtown East for the PETA Pet Show next weekend from Friday 4 Sept to Sunday 6 September.
100% SOLD! "50 Meow Project” is a collaboration project of SlothStudio and Cat Welfare Society. The proceeds helps support cat sterilisation, caregiving and mediation efforts. Thank you for all the support and generousity!
To commission a cat portrait, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Recently, a Town Council officer from a Town Council we were generally working closely with has been pressuring volunteers to relocate cats while not providing full information that will help resolve the case.
She had also boasted that it was easy to trap and release cats to other areas.
Islandwide Stray Cat Sterilisation Programme started in May 2014 - CWS offers FREE sterilisation of community cats in HDB areas.
18 volunteers joined us in doing door to door appeal for witnesses for the Woodlands case on 19th Apr 2015. We will be updating authorities on our findings to facilitate them when they engage the alleged suspect.
We have also made the suggestion for the large official crime alert boards to be used in abuse locations to increase public awareness to the seriousness of the crimes. It is currently under consideration.
5th April 1pm to 6pm
19 volunteers joined our mediators Nurul and Laura in doing a door to door appeal for witnesses, raise awareness and enlist more neighbourhood eyes and ears for the horrifying series of cat abuses at Beach Road.
Their presence will give hope to caregivers that there is a community still standing behind them as they continue to keep vigilance over their cats.
Donate now at http://www.geofundit.com/Cat-Welfare-Society/campaigns/Help-us-save-the-cats