Singapore’s Love-Hate Relationship with TNRM

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With Singapore authorities’ usual pompousity for ‘owning’ initiatives, TNRM was launched locally as Stray Cat Rehabilitation Scheme (SCRS) in 1998. In 2003, it was inexplicably cancelled during the SARS scare. Inexplicably, because just two weeks prior to terminating it, AVA was still singing its praises! (Ref: Culling of cats: Is it still ‘Govt knows best’?)

Culling is a danger facing all non-human life in Singapore, therefore all relevant info, regardless of species have been included.

This fiasco will not end soon, so please watch this space and if you know of any part of the chronology that’s missing in this list, let us know.

Here’s the chronology of events surrounding this shameful, open secret of Singapore:

The Letters and Articles

(TEC tags: LimeLight Cats, Mojo Robbery Care Package aka TNRM. )

(Created: 31 Mar 06. Updated: 12 Nov 06)


2 responses to “Singapore’s Love-Hate Relationship with TNRM

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