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ends 09 Nov 2017, 11:59 PM
As we were all celebrating our Nation's 52nd Birthday, a little kitty was waiting patiently in a factory, waiting to be rescued.

During our site check, our volunteer noticed a small faintly whitish object at a dark corner of an entrance. "Singa", as we so aptly named her, sat at the entrance to a machinery room in a large factory. The young kitty sitting there had a bad wound on her body.

Her wound was worse than we thought! A big part of her flesh and tissues were gone! The infection has gone far deeper into Singa's body. After assessing her condition, the team at the clinic quickly worked on prescribing antibiotics and pain killers.

Singa was so thin that her veins collapsed and she could not be put on an IV drip, a subcut was given instead to hydrate her. The vet also suspected an immense pain from a wound causing her to stand and sit in a compromised position.

The vet proposed a second set of antibiotics. Singa responded very well and started to recover. Singa was finally discharged on Saturday, 09 September - exactly 1 month after the rescue.

Singa was tested negative for FIV and FeLV. She is estimated to be about 7 months old. She is extremely affectionate with humans and will "head butt" for a pat! This little kitty has gone a long way to who she is now.

This rescue is our caring for all animals; and especially those abandoned in factories and industrial sites. Noah's Ark CARES now asking for your help to fund for Singa's medical expenses and re-homing.

About the Charity

NA CARES was registered in 2005 to undertake sterilization projects of both stray dogs and cats in Singapore, rehome adoptable strays, and to ensure the welfare of animals sent to Noahs Ark Natural Animal Sanctuary (NANAS) by assisting in the fund raising efforts for NANAS in Malaysia. Since then, NA CARES has sterilized an average of 150 animals each year in Singapore, through the dedicated hard work of its Singapore volunteers and vets. In 2015, NA CARES was asked to participate in the Trap-Neuter-Relocate project in Jurong Island, together with ASD and SOSD. In recognition of our efforts, MCCY granted NA CARES charity status on 9.5.2016. With conferment of charitable status comes greater regulation and requirements imposed on NA CARES, and we have been asked to separate the Singapore from the Malaysian activities. NA CARES has been re-organised to reflect its Singapore-centric activities. A new logo has been introduced so that supporters are aware that NA CARES is no longer involved with any of the Malaysian activities of NANAS.


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