Friday, September 07, 2007

Thanking the vets

I'm preparing the Spay Day confirmation letters from the information that Rebecca has compiled which we are sending to all the vets along with the Spay Day Posters which we hope that they will put up in their clinics. Spay Day is on the 26th of October in case you might have forgotten :)

When you are next at the vet and see the poster, please do thank your vet for their support - they are offering CWS subsidised rates for sterilisation, and we are very grateful for their help. We are also writing to a few of the vets whom we have not heard back from to ask if they might be able to help out during Spay Day. If your vet has not yet decided whether to take part, please do ask them to consider helping out - this is the one really big day for community cat sterilisation in Singapore!

Of course, many vets do already help out on a regular basis, but we hope to make Spay Day a focus point for attention on the importance of sterilisation because of the sheer number of cats sterilised on that one day. We do hope there might be more media attention this year as last year, there wasn't much mention of it. It is always good to bring sterilisation to the forefront.

No thanks however to my not very good printer for hanging and making it difficult to print out the letters - it's a little home printer and not good for more heavy duty use. Also sometimes I think it's just cranky :)



Anonymous starsky said...

Dawn>> I can help out in the B&W letter printing if you need. I've a laser B&W printer so it is waterproof also and it's pretty fast too :)

7/9/07 5:45 PM  
Blogger Dawn said...

Thanks Starsky - it's still acting up and if it doesn't start behaving soon, I may have to take you up on that offer :)

7/9/07 5:50 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dawn, what's the limit number of cats per person? Also does the person have to be present on Spay day? Say if the limit is 2 cats/pax, can i bring total four, my own two and two on behalf of my friend? thanks.

10/9/07 12:36 PM  
Blogger Dawn said...

3 cats per person, with the maximum of one female cat. You can bring in on behalf of someone else as long as the person has registered and you come down and fill up the form on their behalf.

10/9/07 12:51 PM  

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