At Metta Cats & Dogs Sanctuary#marmiemcds is finally home. "She missed her kibbles 😊"
Posted by Metta Cats & Dogs Sanctuary on Tuesday, 30 May 2017
At Metta Cats & Dogs SanctuarySalon Cat recovered well from multiple bites and is out of quarantine.She now has a hearty appetite.She is now renamed Salonpas.The shelter is down to 2 packs of GOLD-D kibbbles that most cats LOVE.Do consider sponsoring at this link:https://www.facebook.com/mettacatsanddogssanctuary/photos/a.224993161009706.1073741828.135547516620938/876634182512264/?type=3&theater#saloncatmcds#salonpasmcds
Posted by Metta Cats & Dogs Sanctuary on Wednesday, 31 May 2017
At Metta Cats/Dogs Shelter (MCDS)The 12 puppies of #precious are growing up fast.They are super intelligent. Siew Ying thinks they held a meeting and all decided to poo and pee in one cubicle.They are for adoption. Unfortunately despite being 100% pure-Singaporean, they are not allowed to live in HDB flats, limiting their chance of finding good homes.PM MCDS if you are allowed to keep a Singaporean dog in your home. Screening of potential adopters include home visits and an undertaking to have the puppy sterilised when he or she is old enough.#preciouspuppies
Posted by Precious, a rescue dog from Changi Village on Thursday, 11 May 2017
They are for adoption. Unfortunately despite being 100% pure-Singaporean, they are not allowed to live in HDB flats, limiting their chance of finding good homes.
PM MCDS if you are allowed to keep a Singaporean dog in your home. Screening of potential adopters include home visits and an undertaking to have the puppy sterilised when he or she is old enough.
Metta Cats/Dogs ShelterVenus , a senior resident of the shelter (at least 10 years) took her last breath in the late evening of 8th May 2017, with her sister, Neptune, by her side. She had cancer.She was cremated in Mobile Pet Cremation (http://www.mobilepetcremation.com.sg) on Vesak Day, 10th May 2017Thank you to Nora Ng for sponsoring the cremation fee.#venusmcds#neptunemcds
Posted by Metta Cats/Dogs Shelter on Wednesday, 10 May 2017
Venus , a senior resident of the shelter (at least 10 years) took her last breath in the late evening of 8th May 2017, with her sister, Neptune, by her side.
She had cancer.
At Metta Cats/Dogs ShelterThese are Crispie's kids. They were born in the shelter 8 weeks ago.Siew Ying took in Crispie and Twistee who were strays in the vicinity of the shelter. They are likely siblings and both in advanced stage of pregnancy when rescued. They were at risk of being drowned (likely by foreign workers ordered to do so by their bosses) or sent to the SPCA. The stray male cats are spared to "help catch rats". Siew Ying is getting these "stray cats" sterilised, at her own expense.They are for adoption 😺http://www.catwelfare.org/node/2520FOR POTENTIAL ADOPTERS: Are you ready to adopt a cat?Before you make the decision to give a cat a home, here are a few basic considerations:Do you intend to keep your cat strictly indoors?Roaming pet cats are the biggest source of complaints and neighbourly disputes in high-rise flats. Such incidents usually leading to rounding up of cats, be they pet cats or community cats, by pest control or in some cases, abuse. Do you intend to secure your windows with cat-proof mesh or grills to prevent accidents?It only takes a moment of distraction for a cat to fall out of a window and cats do not have good depth perception.Do you intend to sterilise the cat when it reaches 6 months?Unneutered cats have resulted in numerous unwanted litters that usually end up being abandoned or subject to abuse. Only a handful of these cats end up being rescued and are posted by dedicated fosters on this board. If you are willing and able to care for more cats, choose to adopt, not breed.Are you prepared to keep the cat for its lifetime (of 15-20 years)?A lifetime of healthy food and regular vet care is not cheap, but your cat will enjoy a full life if you make the right decisions.Are you willing to go through the adoption procedures required by fosters?Responsible fosters will screen you and conduct a house visit prior to the adoption. The process is not meant to be invasive; instead it is to ensure that the house and the whole family are ready for a new addition.A pet is a big responsibility. When we make the right decisions, what awaits us are the countless joys of owning a cat.#crispiekittensmcds
Posted by Metta Cats/Dogs Shelter on Tuesday, 9 May 2017
Fatima’s “children”. They are about 10 years of age and very attached to each other.
Siew Ying recalls the story of Fatima and her kids
Fatima & children were loitering @ the SPCA ground about 10 years ago. A rescuer picked them and managed to re-home the 4 kittens to a couple.
Late last year the couple were winding up their business and leaving Singapore for good, so we took them back as couple did not want to bring the cats along.
Fatima was also re-homed and later returned to us too.
The children didn’t get to meet the mum becasue she rip a few months before they came back toMetta Cats/Dogs Shelter