A park is one of the more ‘popular’ places where cats are being abandoned. Why? Because those abandoners know that they will likely not get caught, especially when the abandonment act takes place at night or in the wee hours of the morning.
This is Jasper, a one-eyed Burmese cross, who was found alone at Punggol Park. Unsterilised and hungry yet trusting, he was following the park-goers, begging for food. He was rescued and placed in foster care. No one knows what happened to his non-functional eye but the vet said that it’s all right to just leave it alone and no surgery is required.
We are now looking for a home for him. He is a sweet and charming boy and would be best suited in a single cat home.
Age: Estimated 3-5 years old
Breed: Burmese Cross
Sterilised, vaccinated, dewormed, defleaed
FIV and FeLV negative
Please whatsapp me if you wish to give him a home. CWS adoption guidelines will apply.