Paw Pledge

Tuesday, October 31, 2006

Dash has been warded again at Companion Animal Clinic. He could not eat and vomitted at home... He's on drip now. But we do have a chance. Dr Miles said he will make a stool test to check if it's some kinda virus which caused Pancytopenia. If it is, then that could be treatable.

Meanwhile, Dash has to be warded for drips, steroids and antibiotic boosts...

Hang in there, Dash. We can't wait to hold you in our arms again...

Monday, October 30, 2006

Pink Panther (Old Airport Rd)has been warded at CAS...on drip now. This FIV positive cat is gonna pull through, we know it...

Sunday, October 29, 2006

Tom Tom, the cancer stricken cat rescued from Jurong East is now with Paw Pledge cattery.

Dash has been discharged on Sunday. Please pray for him to recover...

The fleamarket on Saturday was quite ok. Only problem was.... TOO DARK. We'll definately try to get some light for the next round in November...

Saturday, October 28, 2006

Spoke with Dr Robin Au last night. He confirmed that Dash has been diagnosed with Pancytopenia... an uncommon disease whereby the bone marrow fail to produce red/white blood cells as well as platelets. Right now, there's an urgent need to kick up the generating of blood cells by supplements. Not sure if it'll work but we will try...

Meanwhile.... just got a call from Phyllis. Last afternoon she attempted to save a black kitten on the road and fell flat... She injured her leg and chin... :(

Thursday, October 26, 2006

Dash at Pet Clinic...He kept crying out for hugs... kept pushing his head against us... :(

Dash has been diagnosed with blood cancer yesterday. He's been warded at Pet Clinic for a week, and getting his blood sample was a chore. Dash has real low blood pressure and according to the vet, his blood thickened too quickly.

I'm not sure how many of you can remember Dash. Probably those who visit Phyllis's cat shelter often would know. He's the boy whom Phyllis rather name him Humpty Dumpty. Dash was picked up last year at Telok Blangah Crescent. Both his hind legs are much longer then his front legs, making him look like he's tilting his bum all the time. His right leg is deformed. twisted and his right paw is just hanging.

Once, Phyllis let him roam the living room and he tumbled down the stairs. Poor boy cannot climb down stairs....

Please do send your love to him. We plan to discharge Dash hopefully today. He yearns for human affection all the time.... If you see him, do give him your warmest hugs...

Sunday, October 22, 2006

Post-Adoption Drive

We've been busy rushing t-shirt designs for Christmas. Above is our new logo. We have just finished the design phase of our REHOME collection of t-shirts. Will post up the designs in the next week or so. Don't forget to watch for updates on our website:

Oh, by the way, the "Pledge a Cat" campaign is going well. From the launch of the campaign about 2 weeks ago, we already have about 4 "pledgers". Our cats can finally have owners!

Monday, October 09, 2006

Purchase something from our little stall and proceeds go into helping these cats.

If you cannot adopt a cat home but fell in love with one or two or more of them, you can PLEDGE A CAT! Drop us a note to ask how to go about!