|Breed||Domestic Short Hair|
Sweetie was the darling of Still Road, Eunos.She would linger at a bus stop opposite Benji’s. She and her brother lived under a giant old tree in a field nearby.She and her brother occasionally linger around the bus stop and some commuters would play with them while awaiting their bus to arrive.Sweetie is an affable,gentle and docile ginger female cat.Sweetie and her brother used to live under an old giant tree in a small field ,behind the bus stop.When it rains, both would get soaked up in rain water.They prefer to take shelter under the great big tree rather than under the bus stop, nor at the coffeeshop nearby.I don’t know why though.Perhaps the thunder scares them.
It is heart breaking to see both of them soaked in rainwater,especially when it rains,so an old uncle always provides two cardboard boxes in the field,one for each cat.However,as the condition of Sweetie’s brother worsened,he was provided shelter for two weeks at Love Kuching.He eventually passed on in Nov 2016.That was he first and only time he experienced a soft towel to lie his head on. Sweetie has been left alone since then.Sweetie’s cardboard home is always thrown away by heartlesss people. After hearing of a big snake plying the big drain, we decided to takw Sweetie in.Shes very manja and calm,and endures doctors treatment without struggling.She is FIV positive,but healthy whatsoever.
Please won’t you consider giving Sweetie a home?
Adoption process as per CWS guidelines.
1) Potential adopters must be aware that adoption means commitment.They must be willing to commit to ensure the security,safety and health of the cat for the next maybe,15 years or more.
2) Potential adopters must be financially stable so that in any unforeseen event that the cat needs medical attention,the potential adopters can be depended upon to bring the cat to the vet to seek medical or surgical attention.
3)Potential adopters must be willing to mesh their homes whereby any fixtures deemed unsafe,such as grille doors or windows,louvre windows where the cat can squeeze through must be meshed.
4)Potential adopters must sterilize their cats from 6 months onwards.
5) Potential adopters must never feed the cat cheap,unhealthy cat food which is high in sodium content,and other additives,which may potentially lead to kidney disease.
6)Potential adopters must allow the fosterer or rescuer to make a home visit pre-adoption,to ensure that their home is fully meshed and is safe for a cat to dwell in.The rescuer and fosterer may make an occasional visit to ensure the cat is safe,happy and adaptable to her new surroundings.
If you’re interested please message me,Lean at 86784765