Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Cat on grass


Cat on grass
Originally uploaded by dawnkua.

The neighbour I spoke with earlier called to say she had changed her mind and didn't want the Scarecrow any longer. I'll drop by anyway and just check when I'm in the vicinity.

As I was leaving the mediation, I saw a woman feeding this cat. I asked her if she needed subsidised sterilisation and gave her some information.

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8 Comments:

Blogger VeganCatsg said...

Did the lady say why she change her mind?

Is AVA receptive to CWS flyers placed in traps for loan?

14/11/07 7:43 PM  
Blogger Dawn said...

A younger woman called - not the woman herself, but I'll clarify when I drop in person.

We're still waiting to hear from the AVA.

14/11/07 9:34 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

No basis for AVA to reject CWS flyer unless they feel they are not doing ' their job '.

Either flyer in trap or in their mailbox and pasted at every lampposts outsie the house.

Trapper/killer must be reminded that they should not torture the captive.

14/11/07 10:13 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hopefully it isn't pride that obstruct the gracious acceptance of what is really the right thing to do!
And pride might also be a big reason why the ridiculous ban on cats in HDB just won't go away!!
So when HDB wants to instil "pride" into every HDB flatowner, slap yourself in the face and repeat "It is just a big fat lie!"
My cats have already told me who NOT to vote!

14/11/07 10:25 PM  
Anonymous vanessa said...

I am interested in adopting a cat from the cat welfare organization. Do i have to pay the foster parents of the cats for sterilization and if so, how much?

14/11/07 11:53 PM  
Blogger Dawn said...

No you don't - the fosters are members of the public who are looking after the cats. I am sure they would appreciate it though if you were inclined to offer to help with vaccination/sterilisation expenses.

14/11/07 11:57 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Money not the issue, usually a nice gesture of appreciation is to pay for sterilisation, vacination and a donation to help/share the cost of rescuing the cat.

Every foster mum's dreams is for the kitten to find a more loving home.

15/11/07 1:01 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

yes.agree.

(for me i) only hope the min the potential could have for e kitty:
-a safe environment
-annual vacc
-sterilization
-sense of ownership
-lots of TLC =)

it will b gd if u can contribuition a small token back to the animal shelters as a adoption fee =)

15/11/07 1:28 AM  

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