October 12, 2016
Hi everyone! Meet M33y Thay, our new arts cat.
This handsome kitty right here has been one of the most difficult ones to trap so far! We have made many failed attempts before successfully trapping him on 9th of October (Sunday), around 3PM at AS4 – near arts vicinity. He was released yesterday (11th October) at the same place he was trapped 🙂
October 10, 2016
We will be having our annual Catwalk soon! 😀 Join us for a walk around campus to see our cats strut their moves on the catwalk. We will be bringing you around Kent Ridge campus to meet our lovely campus cats. Get to know their unique personalities and learn about Trap-Neuter-Return-Manage (TNRM) policy. We will also share regarding responsible feeding and caring for the cats.
Date: Friday, 28 October 2016 (Week 11)
Meeting Point (based on group allocation): AS4 (Garden Vicinity) or U-Town (Koufu area)
Venue: Arts and U-Town (groups will visit both places)
Limited vacancies! (On a first-come, first-served basis)
You can sign up with your friends to enjoy the Catwalk together 🙂
Those who have been selected to attend will receive confirmation emails containing details of group allocation.
Event is subject to weather and circumstance. Any cancellation will be updated through email and Facebook.
For any enquiries, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
October 10, 2016
On 27 October 2016, NUS Cat Cafe collaborated with NTU Cat Management Network(NTUCMN) to hold a Cat Vet Talk. A few of the committee members, as well as, some cat feeders had the opportunity to attend the talk. Dr. Vanessa Lin and her team from My Family Vet clinic came down to teach cat first aid as well as tips on how to care for community cats.
We learnt how to identify common cat diseases, how to handle cats and what to do when we see an injured cat. Dr. Lin was very enthusiastic to teach us and brought along diagrams and medications to show us. She welcomed us to ask any questions regarding cats and gave useful advice. She even shared her experiences and insights from cat cases she has encountered. Unfortunately, Dr. Lin was unable to get a cat over for demonstration but we made do with a cute soft toy!
Overall, we hoped everyone who attended benefited from the talk and gained a lot of useful information to serve our cats better 🙂