From: “Shirley”
Sent: Friday, February 25, 2011 12:53 PM
Urgent!!! Pls help the poor cat.
My name is Shirley. I really need your help.

We have this cat staying at my friend’s aunty’s house for 6 yrs. As she is moving out of her house, her new rented house does not allow her to keep cat. She is finding another home for the cat.

However, this cat went out of the house one day n was picked up someone n sent to SPCA. As there is collar stating the info of the owner, SPCA contacted the aunty saying tat this cat has to put to sleep as it was afraid of strangers.

This cat doesn’t go out of the house. So it only recognise his owner (the aunty). And now the SPCA say they will put it to sleep since it was a fierce cat.

Can you help us to stop SPCA for putting it to sleep? They say they can only keep it till tomorrow. It is a healthy cat.

I used to to keep this cat with me for a month n put up for adoption in your website 6 yrs ago.

We hope to do something to save this cat. It is not a stray cat. It has been taken good care of.

Can you help us to save it and put up for adoption? Please.

Please call me @ 907*****. We really hope to save this poor cat.



26th February 2011
Shirley redeemed the ginger/white cat from the SPCA this morning and brought him to see Dr Kong of Acacia Vet Clinic for vaccination and an injured claw.

SMS from SY “Abel, the vet tech said he’s not fierce but nervous, one of the claws is injured Dr. Kong prescribed antibiotic cream.”

mms from SY “From spca : Tuah aka Mimi. :)”

From: shirley
Sent: Sunday, February 27, 2011 9:11 AM
Subject: The cat is saved. All Thanks To Mettacat
Hi and good morning to u.
Thanks for your reply.

We got the cat out from SPCA yesterday morning. He was very tame n didn’t struggle when the aunty took him out. It was not fierce like what the staff said.

When we examined the cat, we realised the nail on its right paw came out. It might be due to the struggle when it was caught.

After the paperwork at SPCA, we brought the cat to Acacia (recommended by Siew Ying) for vacc.

The cat behaved very well in the clinic. It did not have any fierce reaction when Dr Kong checked on him. He was very co-operative throughout the check-up.

We were very grateful and wanted to thank Siew Ying for providing a shelter for this poor cat. She is really a person with big heart. Even Dr Kong said she is a nice lady. 🙂

As for the cat’s food, we will be sponsoring every month.

I know that some of the cats will be put up for adoption. Can this cat don’t put up for adoption at the moment?

I hope this family will bring this cat home some day. They were so sad when they took a last look at “Tuah” (they named the cat “Tuah” meaning lucky).

As the cat is in MettaCats now, I would like to know is he adapting well, is he eating well? etc.

If convenient, we would like to see him. Can help to arrange a good timing to visit him on weekends?

Feel free to call me @ 907******.

Once again, Thanks a million.