Open Appeals

Guidelines for Submitting Special Appeals

We regret to inform that we will not be accepting new Special Appeals from 17 April 2017. Open appeals will continue to stay open until their expiry date. Please consider to help a caregiver with their veterinary bills before their appeals expire. Your help ensures that they can continue their life saving work.

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 towards closing these appeals. 

Every year, we have helped to top up appeals that did not reach its full amount with our donation surplus. Last year however, our fundraising did not yield a surplus as donations have fallen short. 

We are still raising funds for open appeals amounting to $136,000. We encourage those with open appeals to share them with your friends and supporters to encourage people to make use of our tax benefits to help you close them before their one year expiration date. 

We regret this turn of events which affects all volunteers, caregivers and rescuers. Our cats still need us and they require us to continue to help them with what resources we all still have. 

Donate to Special Appeals

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

By providing 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. 

Purpose

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. 

URGENT: [SA17022] Seeking Donations for Community Cat with Big Wound and Inappetence

Aljunied Crescent is a community cat from central Singapore. He was found with a big wound on the back. He was also very dehydrated and had a very poor appetite. Aljunied Crescent was taken to the vet.

 

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URGENT: [SA17021] Seeking Donations for Community Cat with Ear Infection and Stomach Problems

MeeMee is a community cat from northern Singapore. She was vomiting frequently and was found to be very dehydrated. The caregiver therefore brought her to the vet.

 

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URGENT: [SA17020] Seeking Donations for Community Cat with Kidney Failure and Wound

Lang Lui is a community cat from southern Singapore. She was not eating for a few days and was therefore sent to the vet.

 

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URGENT: [SA17019] Seeking Donations for Community Cat with Hernia

BB was found paralysed at the side of a busy road in western Singapore, and was rushed to the vet.

 

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URGENT: [SA17018] Seeking Donations for Community Cat with Jaundice and Liver and Gallbladder Problems

Stockings is a community cat from western Singapore. He was found to have a poor appetite for a number of days and was not walking properly. He was sent to the vet for a check-up.

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URGENT: [SA17017] Seeking Donations for Community Cat with Abscess and Injuries on Hind Leg

Gal is a community cat from western Singapore. She was limping when a neighbour found her. The neighbour informed the caregiver and the cat was then sent to the vet for a check-up.

 

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URGENT: [SA17016] Seeking Donations for Community Cat with Kidney Failure

Grey was a community cat from central Singapore. He previously had a dental surgery during which a feeding tube was inserted into him.

 

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URGENT: [SA17015] Seeking Donations for Cat Rescued from SPCA

After being rescued, the cat was sent to the vet on three different occassions.

 

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URGENT: [SA17014] Seeking Donations for Blind Community Cat

Xiao Hei is an old sterilized female community cat. She was confirmed fully blind by vet in year 2015.

 

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