Our Outreach Programmes
Programmes for Schools
The Cat Welfare Society has a comprehensive 4 to 6 week-long awareness programme for students to encourage
1. Learning about responsible cat ownership through a simulation exercise involving a bag of flour/sugar or an egg.
2. Expanding on these experiences through a talk by a CWS volunteer or student leader.
3. Running an awareness booth in the school to educate the rest of their schoolmates.
4. Reaching out to the community by joining CWS volunteers when they conduct community education and outreach in HDB estates.
The aim of this programme is to develop responsibility and empathy towards a cat by providing an opportunity for students to experience what it takes to care for an cat over a period of time. Also teaching them initiative and pro-activeness in organising their own awareness programmes as well as multiplying their passion through active sharing of what they have learnt with others.
Outreach to Establishments, Management Committees and Residents Committees
CWS is focused on increasing the awareness of responsible pet ownership and responsible community cat management amongst the general public. With more knowledge and awareness, people are more likely to sterilise their own cats and to keep them responsibly, as well as to consider getting community cats sterilised – all of which will help to prevent more unwanted cats from being born and then killed.
CWS will be happy to come down to set up an awareness booth and give talks at
RC Events & Block Parties
Company Volunteer/Recreation Days
If you would like to start a Trap-Neuter-Return-Manage programme in your estate, we are more than happy to come down and do a presentation for your Management Committee, Town Council or Residents Committee to explain the principles of TNRM and why it is the most effective and humane solution to control the population of community cats.
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