How Your Donation Makes a Difference
Every dollar counts , pledge your support.
Every $50 can go towards sterilising 2 male cats at a subsidized rate.
Every $100 can sterilise 2 female cats at a subsidised rate.
Every $200 can save up to 3 lives by providing before and after care with sterilisation.
Every $300 can help provide a volunteer mediator with a month of needed resources to help the residents and the community to resolve their cat issues humanely.
Thank you for donating.
For years, we have campaigned against the destruction of cats by offering a more effective and long term solution - education and sterilisation. As a charity, we function as a network of three staff, ten board members, twenty core volunteers and countless dedicated caregivers, rescuers, fosters and rehomers who work towards the same goal.
We are heavily reliant on donations to continue our work. We are a registered charity with IPC status that is audited annually and we publish our financial reports on our website.
The Cat Welfare Society (CWS) is a Singapore-based society registered under the Societies Act (Cap. 311 of Singapore).
It is also a charity and an institute of public character ("IPC") pursuant to the Charities Act (Cap. 37 of Singapore).
UEN Number: S99SS0144E
Date of Society Registration: 23 October 1999
Date of Charity Registration: 28 June 2004
Current Period of IPC: 09/12/19 to 08/12/20
Donations made to CWS after 8 December 2020 are not eligible for tax deductions. We submitted our application for the renewal of IPC to MCCY on 6 October 2020 and are waiting to hear back on the status of our application.
*Love Cats, Cats Ownership Programme (with MND, Nee Soon Town Council, AVS and HDB)
*Responsible Feeding Programme (with NParks)
*Community Outreach to help Disadvantaged Families with Pets (with HDB and Town Councils)
*Stray Cat Sterilisation Programme (with AVS and Town Councils)
*Humane Case Handling Programme (with AVS , HDB and Town Councils)
The benefits of these programmes are not confined to a sharp reduction in the number of cats culled every year, but its impact on people. These are:
*Educating people to respect the weak and helpless who form part of the community
*Encouraging the spirit of volunteerism among Singaporeans