How Your Donation Makes a Difference
Each donation goes towards the medical fees of these special rescued cats. Thank you for donating 10 dollars.
The donation helps us recover on the cat care home fees and vetenary consultancy. Thank you for donating 50 dollars.
The donation helps us pay the medicines and hospitalisation of our cat friends in need. Thank you for donating 100 dollars.
The donation covers the veterinary bills for the treatment and surgical procedures required by these cats. Thank you for donating 200 dollars.
About Campaignends 30 Apr 2018, 11:59 PM
One day in March 2017, a big black cat was waiting outside the security office of a factory. It turns out, the cat called "Dusty" had a huge raw wound on his neck and swollen face. The guard had noticed his wounds and offered $30 of his salary for medical treatment. Dusty was sent to a vet clinic for immediate medical attention. His hospitalization was a fairly long one as his wound can't be stitched up.
A rescuer recently contacted NA CARES for medical help for Midnight, a sick black community cat who was suffering from a very bad flu. Midnight unfortunately tested positive for FeLV and due to her low immunity, she has contracted a number of ulcers in her mouth. She could not eat her food properly. The clinic provided the treatment to ease her mouth ulcers problem, and she had to go for home care to help manage her illness.
Aunty A, an elderly cat feeder, noticed that Oreo was not keen to eat and started to skip his meals 3 days in a row. He became dehydrated and thin very. Oreo has a case of bad gingivitis causing very inflamed gums, which caused him to reject his food. Upon further examination, the vet proposed for 4 of his teeth to be extracted as they were decaying (https://www.petmd.com/cat/conditions/mouth/c_ct_gingivitis). Upon discharge, Oreo can only take soft food and is in good health again.
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.