Arrival Story: I have been tracking this kitten for the last 2 months. I first saw her at the entrance of the garbage collection point at the end of Blk 34A carpark. There was something very special about this kitten - striking beauty and a sense of confidence.
I saw her a few times at the back of the garbage collection point and recently she appeared at the containers in front of my block. These two containers house the foreign workers who are involved in the upgrading work.
I spoke to one of the foreign workers who was looking at me placing some dry food in a paper bowl. I spoke to him (who was called Charles) and he told me that he had been taking of this kitty since she was very small. He called her Puss.
I explained that I would need to get her to the vet for sterilisation soon and that her ear would be tipped. I hope he understood me when I explained the significance of the tip-ear and TnRM in very simple English.
When I noticed the close-ness of Charles and Puss, I made a decision to get the kitten rehomed. Charles had wanted to bring Puss along to Sengkang where he would be transferred after about a month. I told him it would be better to find a home for Puss. He agreed and asked that he kept Puss for another week in the container before he had to move to another temporary accomodation at Blk 33.
He was very happy to have his photos taken with Puss and I told him I would print them out for him.
He told me he could only afford to feed Puss with curry. I then gave him a few cans of Fancy Feast, a small bag of dry food and a stack of paper bowls. I also gave him a copy of catwelfare society's book "The Real Singapore Cat".
We exchanged mobile phone numbers and he would call me when he had to move away after a week. I will then bring Puss to a foster-home for rehoming.