April 1, 2016
Stressed from the looming finals? In need of a break after a torturous series of submissions? Fret not!
We’re teaming up with Cat Safari Singapore again and bringing FTP back — but this time, bigger and better! We’ve opened up two additional sessions compared to the previous sem, and are holding it at a bigger venue this time round: Cat Safari’s own space at Sunny Heights, 110 Turf Club Road (more cats!). Sign up for any of the 4 sessions and feel your stress melt away while you interact with and gush at the sight of these adorable felines.
Dates: 19 & 22 April 2016
Time: 2:00pm – 3:30pm / 3:30pm – 5:00pm
Price: $10/pax ($5 – Cat Safari, $5 – transport+fundraising)
Venue: Sunny Heights, 110 Turf Club Road
[Optional one-way transport from NUS available]
Signups @ tinyurl.com/ftpsem2
Slots are filling up fast, so do signup ASAP to avoid disappointment!
Successful applicants will be informed nearer to the dates.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for further enquiries,
Look forward to seeing you guys (:
February 27, 2016
Last semester’s CatWalk was unfortunately cancelled due to haze. But great news: we’ll be having another CatWalk this sem! Similar to what was planned last sem, CatWalk’16 will be a casual night adventure around our Kent Ridge Campus to visit our beloved resident cats. We’ll also be sharing various anecdotes on said felines, as well as touching on various other cat-related topics as part of our student-cat coexistence mission!
Date: 4 March 2016, Friday
Time: 6:00 – 8:00pm approximately
Meeting Point: The Deck (FASS Canteen)
Signups @ tinyurl.com/nuscatwalk2016
As usual, limited vacancies (on a first come, first served basis) to prevent spooking our feline friends.
Signups are FREE! Successful applicants will be informed relevant details closer to the actual date.
Look forward to meeting you guys (:
For enquiries, please contact us at email@example.com
November 17, 2015
We held our 2nd iteration of Feline Therapy Programme on 16/11/2015, Monday of Reading Week, and it was a success! Joined by Human and Feline Volunteers from LoveKuching Project and Voices For Animals (VFA), NUSCatCafe held two 1-hour sessions of FTP, bringing to awareness the benefits of human-animal interactions and the current reality of these voiceless creatures, many of which were rescues.
Presentation by our own Cats Member (left) and Briefing by Mr. Derrick Tan, founder of VFA (right)
Participants interacted with a variety of different breeds and conditions, but all cute and lovable. Each with their own unique charm, our feline friends kept participants enthralled and de-stressed for the programme’s run-time, in their own personal bubble of cat heaven. We would like to once again thank the volunteers from LoveKuching and VFA for their support. NUSCatCafe wishes the participants (and everyone else) best of luck for their finals! Below are the candid shots of event (pardon the blurriness)!
November 4, 2015
Feline Therapy Programme is back this Semester! Partnering with LoveKuching Project, FTP gives students the chance to de-stress via interaction with trained therapy cats. With the looming finals, FTP couldn’t come at a more opportune time,
Date: 16 November 2015, Monday (Reading Week)
Time: 02:30pm ~ 03:30pm / 03:30 ~ 04:30pm (2 sessions, choose 1)
Venue: UTown Education Resource Centre Seminar Room 8
Signups @ tinyurl.com/nusftpnov2015
Extremely limited vacancies (as usual)!
Successful applicants will be updated via email on relevant details,
So come join us and pop by for a short break from studying in school (psst, We have cats)! Look forward to meeting you guys,
Direct your enquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org
October 7, 2015
In consideration of the current haze situation, we will be postponing the CatWalk indefinitely. PSI levels are erratic, and seemingly worsen in the evenings. With the health and safety of participants in mind, we have opted to push the CatWalk back till when we have clearer skies and fresher air. Participants who have already signed up will be receiving an email informing them of the postponement, and will receive updates of the confirmed details as soon as we decide on them (will be posted here and on our facebook page too!). NUSCatCafe apologises for the inconvenience that the rescheduling might bring about.
Stay healthy guys! Stay tuned for future updates,