Oil painting (about A1 size) donated by Mark Macadangdang to raise fund.
(A1 — 594 x 841 mm — 23.4 x 33.1 in) 31st October 2010, this painting is now in the home of Jane who sponsored $350 worth of dog food for the shelter
Please contact us to make a donation to the shelter to have these paintings in your home.
Just some feedback on the ‘Poppadum kittens'(LOL! The term is from a children’s book ‘Slinky Malinky’ by Lynley Dodd)
The tri-coloured kitten – Lilo (lee-lo)is the more dominant one. She is adventurous, outgoing and very sweet. She is also comfortable as a lap cat. She will sleep on your lap easily. She is quite playful.
The striped orangey one with a shorter tail – Lizzie, is a sweetie too. Happy to play and very easy-going with people. Also a lap cat.
The striped greyish one with the long tail – Leah, is a little shy, thoug I believe she is the real sweetie at heart. She is definitely a girly-girl. I believe she is the type of cat, who might not warm easily to strangers, but will love her family loyally. I also feel she is the least likely to wander, and will be more of a homely cat, because of her cautious personality. Definitely a lap cat.
They are using their litter tray well, have been flea-treated and dewormed.
Bill for recent electrical installation.
Jack, a regular supplier, sponsored 1k plus 6 big lights.
Siew Ying paid $1,400.
If you would like to sponsor any amount of this, it can be in the form of cheques to
1) Loving Pets (http://lovingpets.livelypets.com/) for purchase of items need for the shelter
2) Pet Clinic Pte Ltd (one of our regular vets)
purchase of notepads and/or teddy bears
I am going to take some photos today, to upload onto the website, or send to you, whichever you prefer.
They are so cute. I have also been trying to socialise them with their outside world, so they are less ‘freaked out’. They are eating well, and very litter trained, no mistakes so far. They have also started to settle down, and are growing increasingly comfortable with handling (though they were never aggressive in the first place).
I bathed them yesterday, and there was no trouble at all. All were very cooperative. They have been flea-sprayed and dewormed too.
I will write a little note about each kitten and their personalities when I send in the photos, or send you the photos, whichever you prefer. They are sleeping now, so I will take the pics once they wake up. Little ones do need their rest, otherwise they won’t grow properly.