Donate to Our Second Chance Fundraiser and Help Us Save Lives Everyday


We are still far from reaching our fundraising target in 2016. We need your help to sustain our operations in sterilisation and mediation which are critical backbones to providing a humane solution to cat issues around Singapore instead of culling. 

Win 4 tickets to the production of The Cat in the Hat! (CLOSED)

Event date: 
07/01/2015 (All day)

How to win 4 tickets to the production of The Cat in the Hat? Send us a photo of your cat in a hat to today! Contest runs from 1st July to 8th July and the winner will be announced on 9th July; background-size: auto; display: inline-block; height: 16px; width: 16px; background-position: 0px -340px; background-repeat: no-repeat no-repeat; ">smil

We need $50,000 to help these caregivers help more cats

Special Appeals is a platform we started to help caregivers with their veterinary expenses for community cats. Since 2012, we have disbursed over $480,000 to caregivers so that they can continue their tireless work of helping more cats. 

We aim to raise $50,000 from now till Apr 12 (Wednesday) to complement the $30,000 already raised to cover all the appeals that remain open. Your help will go a long way to sharing this incredible dedication to the vulnerable.


Donate to Special Appeals

Indicate the SA you would like to donate to with your details here

You can also donate to individual appeals. To use the bamk transfer mode, you will need to provide your Tax Reference number (e.g. NRIC/FIN). The tax deduction for your donation will be automatically included in your tax assessment. You will not need to claim the deduction in your tax form.

Kindly send a donation to CWS' account:

Bank: DBS Current Account
Account number: 065 - 013507 - 8 
Bank Code: 7171 
Branch Code: 065

Please note that any additional amounts or untraceable amounts collected will be channeled to the oldest Open Special Appeals. 



The Special Appeal cases are posted by Cat Welfare Society for caregivers. The purpose is to help them defray their expenses for community cats and encourage people to continue to help sick or injured cats. 


Order Information - Online order no longer available


PLEASE NOTE that our online store at is NO LONGER ACTIVE and the products listed here are NO LONGER IN PRODUCTION. As such, we will not be taking any online orders for our CWS merchandise. We will advise shortly about alternate site. Apologies for the inconveniece.
Payment Methods: - Bank Transfer - Paypal - Credit Card * Please note that there is a 4% service fee for using Paypal and credit cards. Delivery & Handling: Handling fees are included in delivery charges. Rates for tops are $2 each, and $1 per additional top. Rates for decals are $1 for up to 10 pieces. Delivery Methods: - SingPost normal postage (not recommended for orders exceeding 4 tops) - SingPost registered postage (not recommended for orders exceeding 6 tops) - Courier delivery


Please note that with the launch of our Jipaban store, we will no longer be accepting any orders made through email. This is to ensure that our inventory is accurate and to avoid any overselling. We hope to receive your continued support through the purchase of our merchandise and hope that you have a pleasant experience shopping with us through!

What is sterilisation? Why sterilise?


Rescue Central - Supporting the Fostering and Rescue Community

Cat Welfare Society urges everyone to open their hearts to a cat in need in Singapore and join it in its mission to save lives everyday. 

Cat Welfare Society kicks off a new rescue initiative

Singapore.  17 June 2017. The Cat Welfare Society kicks off a new rescue initiative at its next Annual General Meeting. It plans to launch a fostering and rescue registry and training programme with cat care kits for 50 first-time fosterers on 17 June 2017 at Singapore Management University.

URGENT: [SA17095] Seeking Donations for Community Cat with Hairline Fracture

TP is a community cat from central Singapore. He had an injury, was limping and could hardly walk. A feeder said that a car had hit him. TP was rushed to the vet.




URGENT: [SA17094] Seeking Donations for Community Cat with Ear Infection

Marsiling is a community cat from northern Singapore. He had an ear infection with a lot of discharge and was therefore brought to the vet.




URGENT: [SA17093] Seeking Donations for Community Cat with Fever

Baby Girl is a community cat from southern Singapore. As she had fever and did not eat, she was brought to the vet.




URGENT: [SA17092] Seeking Donations for Community Cat with Gingivitis

Kimmi is a community cat from central Singapore. She had bad ulcers in her mouth and was rushed to the vet.




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