A 'nursing home' for stray cats

Ms Camellia Abd Gani, a volunteer with Love Kuching Project with four-month-old kitten Russ.
Ms Camellia Abd Gani, a volunteer with Love Kuching Project with four-month-old kitten Russ.ST PHOTO: ALVIN HO
Ms Camellia Abd Gani and Liew Thean Ann from Mindsville playing with Russ.
Ms Camellia Abd Gani and Liew Thean Ann from Mindsville playing with Russ.ST PHOTO: ALVIN HO

SINGAPORE - While pet cats often have their owners to take them to the vet and nurse them back to health, their stray counterparts are not always so lucky.

But these felines have hope, in the form of community-cat based rescue and care group, Love Kuching Project, which runs something like a small nursing home for stray cats, providing intensive rehabilitative and palliative care.

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