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Cat Welfare 2010

The proliferation of stray animals in our communities is a human-created problem. They are here as a direct result of human-driven activities – a thriving live pet trade, irresponsible breeding and pet abandonment. Isn't it time we face up to the root cause?

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CWS: A Look Ahead

Cat Welfare Society has had a solid month of fundraising with the LPN Cat Day at Suntec City, the Cat’s Night Out “In Search of the Most Beautiful Domestic Cat” at Jurong Point and that unforgettably tongue-in-cheek STrip “What’s New Pussycat?” campaign. Besides raising funds for stray sterilisation, these light-hearted occasions gave us a rare chance to let our hair down with other cat groups, volunteers and with the public. Now the fun is over, it is time to get back down to the serious business of cat welfare.

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“Suffer the Little Critters” Sunday Times

Perception and policy are barriers in the fight for animal rights in Singapore

Suffer the little critters
Tan Dawn Wei, Straits Times 21 Jun 09;

When stray cats in Bayshore Park condominium started falling ill nearly two weeks ago from what looked to be a case of mischievous poisoning, cat lovers and animal welfare groups sprang into action.

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A Growing Cat Welfare Ecosystem

These are exciting times for cat welfare volunteers, supporters and activists. In the beginning, they started websites, then forums and they blogged. Now more than ever, they have organised themselves into a remarkably coherent voice for the common community cat in our communal void decks and on our collective streets.

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