Koko, Cino and Ginger, our three Counselling Kittens are now fully vaccinated and sterilised and have therefore reached the end of their health care programme. They continue to bring a smile to the faces of the students and staff who come across them behind the Art Joglo or about the campus.
The campaign continues, making small steps towards getting all the adult cats and kittens vaccinated and sterilised in order to ensure we have a healthy, controlled cat population. Thunder is next with his first vaccinations coming up over the weekend. Our resident adult cats and their kittens will take longer as we win their trust with the feeding station prior to catching them for treatment.
A big thank you goes out to all the Gotong Royong students and their families who have supported our fundraising events so far. There will be more activities over the next few weeks as we try to pay for the cat’s treatment as it is needed. A big thank you also goes out to FoCCS for their support, both in the organisation of the programme and financially. Your support of the Students’ projects is much appreciated.
this school would never have been paradise if it wasn’t for these three
by Valentina Hands
This is why we do it.
An un-spayed female cat, her mate and all of their offspring producing 2 litters per year, with 2.8 surviving kittens per litter can total:
1 year = 12 cats,
2 years = 67 cats,
5 years = 11,801 cats.
We currently have 3 female cats on the Secondary campus with 3 kittens in each litter so our TNR (Trap Neuter Return) programme is desperately needed.
CCS Cat Campaign
Gotong Royong Coordinator