How we can show our appreciation to the
cat caregivers in our neighbourhood 1) Say hi! Let them know how much you appreciate what they are doing.
Make yourselves heard. Politely.
The recent Multi-Stakeholder Focus Group discussion brought together diverse views from invited members of the public, including stray feeders and complainants, who wrote into the MND Online Feedback Portal on pet ownership and stray management issues and representatives from animal welfare groups, town councils, housing board and animal welfare and control centre. We can possibly see more such discussions in the future.
Government officers, the press and even friends often like to refer to us as "all you cat lovers".
We love this special animal for its grace and beauty. We appreciate it in varying degrees for its many traits - independence of mind, curiosity and vulnerability.
SLA | March 2012
Four SCSP Pilot Zones
The Stray Cat Sterilisation Programme is currently piloted in 4 specific zones:
Chong Pang Division Blks 101 - 161, 165 - 167, 170 - 175, 300 - 318, 350 - 355, 701 - 716 (134 blocks) under Sembawang-Nee Soon Town Council
Funding for sterilisation - Free - 50% funded by AVA & 50% funded by Sembawang-Nee Soon Town Council
Participating clinics - AMK Vet Surgery & Mount Pleasant (Springside)