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We are a collaboration between cat lovers, volunteers & adopters.
Kitten Sanctuary Singapore or (KiSS) will continue the efforts of rescue, rehabilitation, education & re-homing started back in 2005 while building a strong infrastructure for knowledge growth.
We have since rescued and rehomed more than 400 cats and still counting!
Our “Change YOUR Life, Save a Life” initiative encourages people to Learn, Rescue, Foster, Adopt, Volunteer & Donate and experience the miracle of giving back! Saving a life is as simple as taking action today!
We will provide the necessary knowledge and support to ensure your success.
Number of Cats rescued
Number of cats adopted
Number of orphans
In the past year, Singapore has seen more and more cats murdered and cases of abandonment are also on the rise.
Strays are no longer safe from being abused by some of the public (beaten to death, thrown off high rise, poisoned etc.).
Without a proper home, they are also vulnerable to getting killed by vehicles, wild dog attacks and from diseases like feline aids and leukemia.
Not everyone is a cat lover
The public have had to deal with cats intruding into residents’ common areas. This is, in part, due to the proximity with which many cat lovers interact with them. This leads to cats going up the stairs & lifts and encroaching into the corridors, lift landings & void decks. This is a disturbing trend that has led to great animosity in many neighbourhoods & the death of many cats.
Lack of supervision
There are residents who allow their pets, some unsterilized, to roam freely leading to defecation in common areas, cat fights & unwanted pregnancies as well as greater tension among neighbours.
Shelters are already at overcapacity
The public has nowhere to take the kittens they rescue. If they cannot care for them, they will pass them to any available “adopter” willing to take them. Some adopt on impulse and have not considered the long term responsibilities of cat ownership. Kittens are often taken in out of pity or because they are young & cute.
These same kittens are then often abandoned when they reach 5 to 10 months and beyond. This age group of kittens constitutes the largest “at risk” group of cats that people appeal for help with and are desperately trying to re-home when they are unwilling to incur or unable to afford the costs of sterilization, food, medical and day to day expenses. If they are unable to find adopters, the kittens/cats are abandoned.
Kitten Sanctuary Singapore is focused on education and outreach to address these issues
Aimed at bridging the gap between Feline and Humankind.
Adopt for LIFE
We need to grow the pool of informed and responsible adopters equipped to Adopt for LIFE. We will coach potential Cat Parents on the responsibilities, physically, psychologically and monetarily. Educate and Empower people through consistent outreach and interactive workshops.
Knowledge is power
Education on characteristics and behaviours like being territorial, predatory and carnivorous, will allow a better understanding on how we can integrate them into our home environment successfully. This prepares potential adopters to be able to handle their cats through various stages of life so they don’t feel overwhelmed when issues arise.
Keep them indoors
Understanding that keeping them indoors saves their lives, understanding their psychological, nutritional and medical needs, helps reduce stress amongst family members and neighbours.
Through our education and outreach efforts, we hope to spread more Knowledge and Know-How to dispel myths and misunderstandings about cats and encourage more to take action towards cats in need.
An action oriented community towards cats in need and bridge the gap between cat enthusiasts and the public.
The benefits of companion cats, encourage the public to be smart adopters and empower responsible Cat Parenthood.
The most vulnerable strays and ‘at risk’ cats and facilitate adoption.
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