Monday, October 29, 2007

Finally Tally for Spay Day 2007

Finally Tally
Originally uploaded by dawnkua.

This cat was exhausted from all the excitement (and probably anaesthesia) on Spay Day and was asleep in his carrier waiting to go home.

The last co-ordinator just checked in - the tally for Spay Day 2007 was 160 cats sterilised. A caregiver called though to say that one of the cats she sent in had been sent back unsterilised - am trying to find out which clinic the cat went to so we can find out what happened but that cat will be sterilised at any rate.



Blogger jules said...

Well done, Dawn, CWS and all the wonderful people who helped out in one way or another! It is very heartening to see so many people who care... I hope next year I can take leave from work to try helping out on Spay Day too :-)

29/10/07 6:10 PM  
Blogger Dawn said...

Excellent - the more the merrier :)

29/10/07 6:30 PM  
Blogger Surferket said...

Thanks to Dawn, CWS, and all wonderful people who made Spay Day such a great success.

A Special Dedication of Thanks post on my blog


And nice to see you again Dawn after so many years of lost contact. Truly life is stranger than X-Files.

29/10/07 9:49 PM  
Blogger Dawn said...

Thanks surferket - and yes it really is!

29/10/07 10:33 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

BRAVO! Bless these sterilized cats and those many who are still waiting. Big thank you to Dawn, CWS and All Caregivers. God bless you all.

30/10/07 9:04 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hi just asking, does CWS need to register with the relevant authorities for spay day? like the police or those shops/companies near the meeting area so that they know what the assembly is for?

30/10/07 4:42 PM  
Blogger Dawn said...

Actually we weren't near any businesses or shops - and there wasn't really an assembly. People just came, dropped off their cats and left so I don't think anyone was inconvenienced by it.

30/10/07 4:56 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

actually i thot spay day should be "advertised". Now, it's only known to caregivers. It would be good if it's in the papers, magazines as well.. so that the public are informed about the good works of CWS and caregivers. Of couse then there is the extra advertising costs to think about.
Some extra help from volunteers would be good too, for "marketing" to passerby on the actual day.
I just had a kitten dumped at my feeding area couple days back.. stupid people!!!

31/10/07 1:02 PM  
Blogger Dawn said...

Sorry to hear it Anonymous. That must be very frustrating.

I think a lot of caregivers did talk to curious people who were walking by :) I spoke to some people who were wondering what was going on.

31/10/07 10:19 PM  

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