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We may not see many stray dogs where we live but go off the beaten track into the streets of industrial estates and you will hear the small cries of newborn puppies or see orphaned puppies playing on the streets, oblivious to on-coming traffic. Stray dogs generally don’t live very long, often dying in road accidents, starvation, illness and dog fights; mainly for food or sex. Male dogs tend to fight for the females when she comes into season.
|A tiny puppy scavenging for food|
|Countless puppies fighting for food. They learn to fight from a very young age because they have to survive.|
|Young puppy with mange, possibly caused by in-breeding|
Puppies bitten by industrial rats bigger than them and puppies were still alive! The rats just fed on them everyday.
|Help sterilize these street dogs so they longer have to endure the pain and suffering of being mated by numerous male dogs and giving birth under bushes, in the drains, etc|
|Female dogs can go on heat twice a year, each time producing at least 4 to 8 puppies|
|What if we had not chanced upon Dawn and rescued her?|
|Often when we rescue strays, they dont even know how to drink from water bowls|
|What if our paths did not cross?|
|Waiting for death to overcome him|
|Cold, wet and injured|
|This old dog was too weak to even stand up to eat|
Help sponsor a dog for sterilization (left ear tipped)
Every year thousands of healthy cats are euthanized because of complaints by residents that the cats have been a nuisance, messing up void decks with food waste. Male unsterilized cats also prove to be a nuisance when they caterwaul to mate with a female cat.
Cats in industrial estates
• Caregivers should sterilize the cats to control the population
• Caregivers should feed responsibly and clear-up after the cat has finished eating. By leaving food waste around, it encourages rodents and gives residents more reason to complain
Together, as a community, we can help solve the problems of unwanted and abandoned cats both domestic and feral. We strive to lower these numbers and the only possible humane way is sterilization.
What is a Feral Cat?
Feral cats are the "wild" off-springs of domestic cats and are primarily the result of pet owners' abandonment or failure to sterilize animals, allowing them to breed uncontrolled. Feral cat "colonies" can be found behind shopping areas, in alleys, parks, abandoned buildings and industrial areas. They are elusive and do not trust humans.
|Cat on the right has an injured eye|
|We're trying to catch this cat to have its eye attended to|
A pair of breeding cats, which can have two or more litters per year, can exponentially produce a few hundred off-springs by the following year.
Sterilizing eliminates annoying behaviours associated with mating and it costs less to spay a cat, rather than to pay the pest control to exterminate the cats. Vacated areas will soon be filled by other cats who will start the breeding process again.
If you are feeding a cat in your area, we invite you to be part of the sterilization solution. We can assist you with low-cost sterilization for street cats, as well as loan you a humane cat trap and demonstrate how to use these traps.
|Catching cats for sterilization|
Going to the Vet
Sterilization is but a small investment for a long term solution.
Order our calendars by scrolling up to download our order form or email us at email@example.com
Calendars are also available at the following places ;
Mount Pleasant Animal Medical Centre (Sunset Way)
Block 105, Clementi St 12 #01-08
Mount Pleasant Animal Medical Centre (Redhill)
Block 113, Bukit Merah View, #01-520
Mount Pleasant Animal Medical Centre (Bedok)
Block 158, Bedok South Ave 3, #01-577
Mrs Field's Cookies
#02-04, The Esplanade
To all the people who feed strays, help, rescue and care for them; we thank you for making that difference in their lives. We hope you continue to do so because the meal you provide them with, may be the only decent meal they have had all week. Thank you for loving them.