Cats and Singapore HDBs

In Singapore, most housing is government subsidized and have been nicknamed HDBs by locals.  Since these units are government subsidized housing, there are a lot of rules and regulations regarding them.  Those rules extend to pet ownership beyond the laws that already exist in Singapore regarding what types of pets are legal to own.  I’llContinue reading “Cats and Singapore HDBs”

Finding Common Ground Through Community Cats in Singapore

It’s amazing how friendships can start over something small. There’s a cat that lives under a block that we pass by on our way home from the Pasir Ris MRT station.  My wife had found it one day while jogging and since the cat was very friendly she started bringing a small bit of catContinue reading “Finding Common Ground Through Community Cats in Singapore”

Dapper’s Little Twin

Yesterday when I was heading to Tampines I noticed this cat hanging out on the sidewalk.  I was shocked, because I thought it was my cat and that she had somehow escaped and gotten ahead of me.  It didn’t make sense, because she’s usually a scaredy cat, but… well, see the photos for yourself. TheContinue reading “Dapper’s Little Twin”

The Cats of Seashell Park

A few months ago my wife and I took a walk through Seashell Park.  It’s a small park that’s located behind a hawker center in Pasir Ris.  It’s not incredibly well maintained, but it’s nice nonetheless.  One of the things I enjoy about Singapore is that despite it being a city, there are still plentyContinue reading “The Cats of Seashell Park”

The Cat’s Out of the Bag!

I just wanted to say thanks to all you lovely folks who have dropped by my blog via Singapore Community Cats and Cat Welfare Society to check out my “Cats Are Good For Singapore” post. I appreciate the attention, the compliments on the article, and hope all of you enjoy it! Also, if you’re aContinue reading “The Cat’s Out of the Bag!”