Monthly Archives: November 2009


This is the spot where Snowie was spotted.

Found besides the tyre of a parked car on the morning of 24-11-2009.

Despite being frightened, like a child lost in a busy shopping centre, he showed no trace of

30-11-2009, 11.04am, SY updates: “Snowie ate the whole big plate of chicken shreds and baked tuna chunks, probably for the first time, he has had such a meal. When he was eating, he vocalised “me-yum, me-yum, me-yum” 🙂 ”

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Gender: Male

Breed: Siamese-cross

(Estimated) DOB: 28-03-2009

Sterilised and vaccinated: 25-11-2009 (by Dr Robin Au of Pet Clinic)


Moone saw this kitty at the temple ground opposite Windsor Hotel at MacPherson. since Saturday. Some foreign workers were feeding and that was how she survived all these while.

She is less than 3 months’ old. Her front left leg and hind left paw are injured.
Will be sending her to Dr Robin Au tomorrow

Sent: Monday, November 23, 2009 10:01 PM
Subject: RE: Kitten

Hi, my boyfriend and I would like to call her Tempy – as we first met her near the temple and we hope that divine powers and miracles will continue to watch over her as she grows
up ..

Moone Y

Moone从星期六起,就看到这猫咪在麦波申Windsor Hotel对面的庙旁。一些外国工人喂养使她幸存下来。
她不到3个月。她的左腿和左爪子受伤。明天将给 Robin Au医生诊治。

Sent: Monday, November 23, 2009 10:01 PM
Subject: RE: Kitten

您好,男朋友和我想给她取名叫Tempy –因为我们第一次见面就在庙的附近,我们希望借助神力,继续庇护着她成长。。

Moone Y

Pepper given funeral rites in preparation for cremation tomorrow 明天为Pepper举行火化葬礼。

Covered with sandalwood powder.

Mantras on a CD are played for his “consciousness” for at least 24 hours.

He will be sent for cremation tomorrow.

Pepper 在兽医诊所安祥地去世

虽然Pepper没能成功,他去世前收到亲切友好的呵护。于07-11-2009,如果他没有被Clauda and Do发现静伏在草地上,将会被扔到垃圾堆里。





This rare kitten found by Sophia along Sengkang West Ave on 31st Oct 2009 9.30 am after a previous night of heavy rain. She brought him to Dr. Kasey Tan @ Mt Pleasant Clinic (Springside) for a check. According to Dr. Tan he was few days old but in good health & shape.

He was taken in by a lady to foster but “unfortunately” that lady claimed that her children has allergy therefore couldn’t help anymore. She even tried rehoming him.

Sophia emailed MC and Caren told her to call me 🙂 so Bravo was handed to me on Saturday 14th November 2009 afternoon. The caregiver who cared for him probably did not have much experience handling him. Milk fed all came out through the nose due too much at one go. This may choke him.

Bravo is lucky in a way, he inherited the bottle of liquid synermune Colostrum from Rosy-J.

He is a very good baby like big sister Omi. No problem feeding and cleaning him. Now we feed him 4 times a day, I will feed before I leave for work, Terry will feed the 3 pm n 7 pm slots. I will give last feed at midnight. Hope he will grow up as playful and as healthy as sister Omi.

Are Calico Cats Always Female?
Can a calico cat ever be male? Yes, in rare instances. In this situation, the cat has two X chromosomes and one Y chromosome (XXY). Cats with this chromosomal configuration are usually sterile (not able to breed). This is similar to a condition in humans called Klinefelter’s syndrome, or XXY Syndrome.

Fussie seeks a good home

Background: 10-11-2009 – In the early hours of the morning, an abandoned kitten, hungry and cold, thought the warm engine compartment of a car parked in a HDB car park, was a safe place to seek refuge.

Fortunately his loud cries were heard.

SPCA was contacted and a rescue personnel arrived at the car park within an hour.
By then the engine compartment was silent. Has the kitten run off?

At 7pm, shrill kitty meowing was heard amidst the laughter of a group of kids aged about 8 to 10 years of age. A girl was carrying a kitten with a piece of cloth. They found this kitten on the tree just outside the car park. This must be the kitten hiding in the car’s engine compartment in the morning!

He was vaccinated at Pet Clinic by Dr Robin Au at about 9pm.

10-11-2009 The early morning was cold. Abandoned, lost and hungry, this tabby kitten sought the wrong “refuge” of a warm car engine in a HDB car park.

Fortunately he has a loud voice despite being just a tiny 3-month kitty and his presence was noted. He ran off by the time the SPCA rescue man came. In the evening, he was found by a group of kids on a nearby tree.

Again his loud meowing was heard by a caregiver who was searching for his at about 7pm in the evening. Would the kids just “play” with him somewhere and then discard him again? The caregiver took the kitten from the kids, fed him some food and brought him to a vet for vaccination. He is now being fostered for a good home. He is totally comfortable in the presence of human beings, a sure sign that the he grew up in a human home but unceremoniously dumped!

14-11-2009: Fussie used the litter-bin from day 1 in the fosterer’s home. He took a long time to cover his poo, hence he was name “Fussie”! From yesterday, he decided to stop “scolding” the other fostered kittens and have started to play with them!

Video clips on vimeo

Video clips on youtube

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Gender: Male

Estimated DOB: 08-08-2009

Uses litter-bin with pine pellets

Vaccinated: 10-11-2009 (Pet Clinic)

Update on Pepper 最新情况

9pm at Pet Clinic

Pepper is now able to stand albeit unsteady.
He is able to open the left injured eye.
The jaw swelling has subsided considerably.

He still needs to be handfed.

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Video clips on youtube

Video clips on vimeo





This is where Pepper was found on 04-11-2009

About 9am, Claudia and Do found a cat motionless on the grass along Bedok South Ave. 1
The jaw appeared to be injured. Did someone kick him?
SPCA was called but later cancelled.
SY later brought him to see Dr Robin Au.
He sustained serious injuries to left side of his face, including his eye.
Tabby boy is estimated to be about 7-8 month and not neutered yet.

SY brought him to Pet Clinic where he was admitted for care.


Update from SY,
“He doesn’t move much. He ate when fed with syringe.”

He is still under the care of Dr Robin Au of Pet Clinic, Serangoon Gdn.


上午约九时,Claudia and Do发现一只猫静伏在Bedok South Ave. 1的草地上。

后来秀燕带他让Dr Robin Au诊治。

他现在仍在实龙岗花园的宠物诊所节受Dr Robin Au诊治

Rosy-J passed away peacefully in her sleep 在睡梦中安然而逝。

8:18am, sms from SY

“Rosy passed away in her sleep early this morning.
Her last feed of 15ml of milk was at 3.15am.

When I got up at 7.30am, her body was already hardened.

She looked like she was in deep sleep.”

Blogger’s comments: “May Rosy-J stir more people to be aware of the plight of abandoned kittens. Please help to stop abandonment by encouraging owners to have their home cats sterilised and to inform them of the sufferings of abandoned cats and kittens such as Rosy-J and Nicha.

The “REAL” cause of Rosy-J’s death is ABANDONMENT. May the owners who abandoned Rosy-J and Nicha get to read this and regret what they have done. May they resolve never to abandon any more cats and kittens they may still have in their home and to have them all neutered.”

8:18am, sms from SY


Blogger的评论: “Rosy-J能否激起更多的人了解被人遗弃的小猫的困境。请帮助制止遗弃的小猫,鼓励主人为家猫绝育,并告知被遗弃的猫和小猫所遭受的痛苦,如Rosy-J 和 Nicha的遭遇。


Rescuer’s account of Rosy-J and Nicha

From: “Joan”
Sent: Wednesday, November 04, 2009 4:12 PM
Subject: Nicha

Just a summary about the 2 kittens..

Almost 3 weeks ago, we came across a kitten laying in front of a car at a car park.

As understood from the driver, there were 2 kittens sleeping in the rims of the car tires, when he unknowingly drove off..

One of the fall to the floor with the other was stuck in the rims upside down for about 1 1/2 hrs till few guys jacked off the wheels.

One of them (who was stuck in the rims) Nicha, is recovering well. She had a big part of her skin torn off, however the wound is healing very well now.

For her, we hope to put her up for adoption once she has recovered from her wound in maybe a weeks’ time. She has also had her first dose of vaccination & been dewormed.

For Rosy, (who was lying on the floor) the vet concluded that she has a head trauma. She was in terrible pain & her pupils were of a different size that nite.

The vet had managed to extract part of the fluid to help reduce the swelling & that helped. In the first 2 weeks, she had seizures sometime up to 4 times a day. After a seizure, she goes blind or faints for a while or sometimes it is so bad she springs out of her box.

I consulted with three vets already & they are of the opinion that I should put her to sleep. But I understand that seizures are not painful, though definitely uncomfortable but do not deserved to be put down. I would rather take her back from hospital but the vets did not think she will survive long. After each seizures, she needed life support of oxygen & injections to stop the seizure which seemed impossible to manage at home without any equipment nor experience.


其中之一掉在地上,另一只被困在轮辋上,颠波了约1 / 2小时,到几个人抬高车轮。
曾 征询三位兽医的意见,他们认为我应该让她安然的离去。但据我所知,羊癫疯症是会不痛的,虽然会不舒服,但不应当让她就这样的死去。我宁愿把她从医院带回 家,但售医认为她不会生存很久。每次发作后,她需要的氧气和注射药物以停止病发,没有任何设备和经验,似乎不可能在家里护理她。