Sterilisation exercise in King George Ave.

Two weeks ago, while purchasing some ball bearing for a prayer wheel,  two non-sterilised cats were spotted near Blk 7, King George Avenue.  After a friend  agreed to help to sterlise these 2 cats.  A few days later, I returned and spotted a feeder, Madam Ng, without much difficulty.  After talking to the two feeder, we agreed to trap two cats, one male & one female, with the help of a cat trapper on a selected date.   On the 17th March, two males were trapped while the third female was unfit for surgery due to flu.  The third male was impromptu. On 23rd of March, the two sterilised male cats were released back to their haunts.  Thanks to June & Rebecca for their help.

Black Nose spotting eating.

Black Nose spotting eating.

Black Nose, after sterilsation op.

Black Nose, after sterilsation op.

Beige kitty, after sterilisation op.

Beige kitty, after sterilisation op.

A feeder, Madam Aminah, also requested help for a lady who lived near King George Avenue. Madam Fazilah had 9 cats, five males & four females.  All non-sterilised. After seeking help from an oversea acquaintance & an animal welfarist,  I contacted madam Fazilah.   Four female cats were scheduled to be sent on the 28th March for sterilisation.  More photos to be uploaded later.

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