About Campaign

ends 10 Jan 2018, 11:59 PM
Noah's Ark CARES (NAC) believes in and supports the TNR (Trap Neuter Release) initiative to help manage our stray population. Since 2000, our volunteers have been active in the TNR scene for both community cats and street dogs.

In 2015, NAC teamed up with ACRES and SOSD in managing the street dog population on Jurong Island. We now have over 250 dogs to feed and care for everyday on site.

Lurking the streets are also our community cats at factories and construction sites. NAC has actively trapped and sterilized over 350 cats since 2010.

NAC volunteers continue to liaise with the factory workers to check on unsterilized cats and dogs. We run into situations whereby workers face a shortage of food to feed the cats and dogs under their care.

NAC is now appealing to raise 1000kg of food for the Jurong Island dogs and 200kg for the numerous community cats (est 100+) living in factories, construction sites & workers' dormitories.

At Jurong Island, we go through approximately 100kg of dry food per day! That's 3,000kg per month!

The participating labels for this food donation drive:

1. Nutragold Holistic 2kg and 15kg - Lamb and rice
2. Nutragold Salmon and Potato 2kg and 15kg
3. Nutragold Grain-free Turkey and Sweet Potato 2.5kg and 13.5kg
4. Really Dog canned food 375gm (12 cans per ctn)

5. Nutragold Holistic Finicky 2kg and 7kg
6. Taste of the Wild - Rocky Mountain Roasted Venison 2kg and 7kg
7. ATAS cat canned food 80gm (24 cans per carton)

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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