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PANKEKI Pankeki (Pancake) was rescued from an industrial site in Boon Lay. She is a domestic short hair, around three months old and very playful. She’s very active, runs around like a baby gazelle and has recently discovered that human beds are very comfortable. She can be hugged and cuddled once she gets used to you. Pankeki has received her first vaccination and tested negative for FIV and FELV.

TOFU Two-year-old Tofu is a lovely white tabby female cat that has been sterilised. She was abandoned near a disused railway track. She’s tame and gentle, with a nice temperament – just a little shy with new people. When she gets to know you, however, you’ll see that she has a huge heart. She likes to hang out with the people she trusts, and enjoys meal times and soft food.

LOUIS Louis is one and a half and was rescued by a senior cat feeder when she found him shivering at a drain. The gentle domestic short hair has since been sterilised, dewormed, vaccinated and tested negative for FIV/FELV and is ready for a home. He’s a very shy boy, so adopters will need to be very patient – Louis won’t pick a fight with other cats but will cower away instead. He is a lap-cat in training and, if you’re expanding your cat family, he’ll suit a home with friendly, gentle cats.

ABOUT CAT WELFARE SOCIETY The CatWelfare Society (CWS) is a Singapore-based society registered under the Societies Act. Formed in July 1999 by a group of friends to help community cats after reading a newspaper report about five kittens being burnt alive in a box, CWS has grown and evolved in its vision and mission. Their work has expanded to include community mediation and frontline intervention, community cat population management, education on responsible practices, outreach, and advocacy. Its mission lies in engaging the community to achieve sustainable and humane management of cats in Singapore through advocacy, sterilisation, mediation and educational outreach programmes. CWS hopes to build a humane society where every cat in Singapore has a place to call home.

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