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good morning TGIF!!
Wow, beautiful pic, jopel!
Found 3 stray kittens in my kampong. About 3 weeks old and looks like they are weaned. All healthy & active, fully black.
Will be sending them to SPCA tonight unless any kaki's want them.
Let me know, thanks!
Hey Loupisk -- fully moved in already?
Erm... "my estate" sounds too big, "my neck of the woods" too slang, "my abode" too Oxford and "my opened piece of uncovered drain about 200cm from the perimeter of the legal boundary" too much details until people give me a look.
Nearby my place lah, can?
Even if I do not agree with you, I will always fight for you to have your say.
Because of limited facilities, resources, finances and adoptive homes, only 10 per cent of these animals have a chance at adoption. Another 7% are reunited with their owners through SPCA's Lost & Found service, rehomed, or released (such as wild birds). The others are humanely euthanised.Best is to send them for sterilization and release them when they are big enough.Be aware that any animal surrendered to the SPCA may be put to sleep due to our limited resources. If you are not comfortable with the idea that your surrendered animal may be euthanised within 24 hours of it being turned in, please find an alternative to surrendering it to the SPCA.
At least a sterilized cat will be released if they ever caught by SPCA ... animals that are not sterilized will be put to sleep too if anyone surrender them to SPCA or caught by SPCA due to complains
Last edited by Wai; 6th July 2007 at 07:32 PM.
yah...but if send to SPCA and no one claim back...also death sentence
but if they are sterlised, at least still got chance to release
We are HDD of PC & FT are MB add to storage;
so PC never hangs with enormous storage capacity - LKY
are you also dreaming to be one. got to go to queenway now.