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The Cat that Lifts

The Cat that Lifts

Cats are usually rather timid creatures that shun strangers and like to hide away from view. However, once in a while, an irreverent rebel pops up, like this ginger fella in Bukit Batok that has no qualms stepping into…

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Let Me In!

Let Me In!

We have published a related post on this not very long ago but it bears repeating because it makes up a big part of the complaints that CWS as well as the authorities receive on a daily basis and…

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Not Raining Cats No More

Not Raining Cats No More

CWS mediator Michelle recently arranged a Trap-Neuter-Release-Management (TNRM) for a private estate in Hua Guan Avenue that had seen a rapid rise in ginger cat population numbers that, left unchecked, would have led to more problems like caterwauling, urine…

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Is Love Out-of-bounds?

Is Love Out-of-bounds?

Unfortunately there are many people out there who do not take up full responsibility and ownership in caring for their pet cats. It is also known as semi-ownership and is a form of irresponsible cat ownership. This flippant attitude…

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The Unsterilised Pet Cat

The Unsterilised Pet Cat

CWS is in contact with a network of community caregivers in various neighbourhoods around Singapore. Caregivers play a key role in being our eyes and ears on the ground, and they often help alert CWS to cases. For instance,…

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Dangerously on the Ledge

Dangerously on the Ledge

You’ve probably heard the saying “cats always land on their feet” and it is true to a certain extent that our feline friends do have pretty extraordinary gravity-defying abilities. But, as this video shows, they don’t always safely nail…

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Lost or Abandoned?

Lost or Abandoned?

CWS recently received feedback about a new cat in a neighbourhood in Tampines. The fat tabby white cat was meowing loudly in distress, seemed heavily disoriented and kept trying to enter residents’ homes. He had also defecated at the…

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