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The Path Of Pain

These kittens were found abandoned in a box under a tree.. totally dehydrated and dying from thirst and starvation..

How is it that so many refuse to neuter their pets under the label of ‘kesian’ but have no problems leaving these innocent and helpless kittens to die a slow death?

These kittens have been hungry for so long.. that their stomachs contracted and could not take in any food..

Please, people.. PLEASE NEUTER YOUR PETS!!

You have the ability to make the world a better place.. for your fellow human beings and for these helpless furry beings..

There is no excuse to knowingly allow another being to suffer because of your actions or inactions..

Please take a long look at these poor kittens and know that someone consciously chose for them a path of slow and painful death..

And that someone could have prevented all this pain..

If only they had neutered their pet..


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Home Sad Home

Hello Everyone..

The drainpipe pictured here is a home to someone..

If you look real carefully, you can see its single long-time inhabitant peering back at you..


There are just not enough real homes for these poor animals..

Please neuter your pets..

Too many animals are suffering out there..

Please play an active role to help these hungry and homeless animals..

Together.. we can make a positive difference in the lives of these unfortunate animals..

Please help them live better lives..


SCCARFS Pet Connection Project

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Breeding Woes

Hello Everyone..

Just the other day, I was talking to a fellow animal lover.. and the topic of discussion was about animal breeding..

He had a ‘special’ cat that he wanted to breed..

Now, bear in mind that this friend of mine LOVES animals as well.. more than himself, I sometimes think.

He is as extreme as I am.. and rescues every animal that he sees is suffering.. often discarding any worries of financial, time and emotional issues recklessly aside..

Anyway, he had this SEVEN-toed cat, a polydactyl, that he would like to see give birth to seven-toed polydactyl kittens..

So, I told him of a time when I thought of that myself.. I have a cat that I considered very special as well. He was an all white cat with two different eye colours, one blue and the other green. He was absolutely beautiful with a great temperament to boot.

I had actually considered allowing him to mate with another beautiful female cat and was excited as to how their kittens would turn out..

But after much consideration.. I figured that if I had space for more in my home, I’d like to help the ones in need out there..

It felt wrong to participate in the creation of more lives when so many out there are suffering and homeless..

I realized that I wanted the kittens for selfish personal reasons.. and for a moment, they became potential “limited editions”..

I reasoned with my friend that, even if I found new homes for those kittens.. I would have preferred for those people to adopt animals that truly needed a home..

So, people.. whatever your reason may be to breed an animal.. please realize that there are many more out there desperately in need of your help, care and attention..

Please do not allow unnecessary or unwanted breeding to go unchecked..

Please spay and neuter your household pets..

For there simply are too many stray animals out there..

And if you own even a single un-neutered pet, YOU are partially to be blamed as well..

Too many homeless animals are suffering out there.. and you have the power to do something about it..

Every bit helps..

Think about it..


Thanks, everyone..

SCCARFS Pet Connection Project

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SCCARFS Pet Connection Project – Caring Community Program

Hello Everyone..

The SCCARFS Pet Connection Project are looking for animals lovers who are interested to actively join us or our Caring Community Program.

All participants will receive aid, if necessary, in the form of selected pet food and pet supplies at cost price..

Please do contact us should you require further information or clarification..

Thanks, everyone..

SCCARFS Pet Connection Project

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SCCARFS Pet Connection Project – Please Note

Hi Everyone..

To all who may not be aware of it..

SCCARFS Pet Connection Project ALREADY rescue, feed, care, medicate, neuter, spay, groom, entertain, foster, rehome, release.. and much more.. stray animals…. and we have been doing so for many many years..

It’s only in the last few years that we decided to give what we do a label, thus the birth of the reference SCCARFS Pet Connection Project..

SCCARFS Pet Connection Project commenced as a personal passion to help the ever increasing stray animals and will likely remain so till the end of our days.. Even then, we are making contingency plans for the continuance and growth of the Project!

To all those who know us and would like to be a part of our team.. we thank you and welcome you..

To all those who would like to contribute, be it financially or in kind, we thank you for your kind generousity..

Thank you so much, everyone..

Yours sincerely,
SCCARFS Pet Connection Project

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SCCARFS Pet Connection Project – Cease With The Excuses

Hi Everyone..
Hi Countess..

Thank you so much for your response..

You can bring the animals to your local vets and ask that they assist you by charging only the minimal for the surgical materials used and to contribute their time and expertise for free in such a situation.

That way, you’ll know that you have a good and truly caring vet who is not only interested in profits. We all need such a vet!

The job of a doctor is to save every life. Likewise, a vet should treat all animals.. not just the profitable ones.

Of course, please do NOT abuse the vet’s trust and try to trick him into treating YOUR own pet for free too..

Hi Countess.. You do not need to neuter all the animals at one go. Let’s all have a target that we can work with… say, maybe send one or two animals in to be neutered every month.

Can you imagine the numbers of unwanted births.. and thus sufferings.. we would have prevented if we all played an active part in caring for the stray animals’ welfare..

You can start with the male cats.. it’s much cheaper and faster to “snip snip”.. and as you all know, one male cat can “infect” many females with hardly any limitations..

We all can afford to spay/ neuter at least ONE animal per month.

Cease with the excuses and shifting of blames and let’s all play a part in truly caring..

Thank you so much, everyone..

Yours sincerely,
SCCARFS Pet Connection Project

By the way, I will get the minimal costing in spaying or neutering an animal worked out and post it in this site. Please do bear in mind that you do NOT abuse this information for your OWN benefit. Do NOT twist the arms of the vets for a better rate if you CAN afford it. This is only for the benefit of the stray animal population and for those humans who choose to sacrifice for them!
Charity is about sacrificing one’s limited resources without expecting personal benefits!

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SCCARFS Pet Connection Project – An Active Role

Hi Everyone..
Hi Dania..

(Warning: Strong words based on personal opinions ahead!)

Siapa makan cili, dia yang rasa pedas..

SCCARFS’s Catch, Neuter and Release Program basically pleads and encourages (and attempt to assist though extent of assistance still to be decided) all animal lovers to neuter the stray animals in their home surroundings.

Obviously, this is to control the population of the strays and most importantly, to prevent future sufferings and avoid unnecessary cullings.

Of course, this can be viewed as a rather ambitious or even lofty idea but we all have to start somewhere if we really do care..

No point just claiming to care but not doing anything about it or expecting others (be it other individuals or organizations like SPCA) to take care of our stray animal issues and problems.

We all need to play a part for all acts of caring and helping to be much more effective and efficient. Otherwise, you’re just occupying space on earth!

We at SCCARFS do not need nor care for publicity for what we do BUT we would like and appreciate those with a true passion to reduce the sufferings of strays to join us in our quest..

Hi Dania.. We hope to finalise the details of the CNR Project within these couple of months and will most likely continue to tweak and improve upon it along the way.

Please feel free to contribute any ideas as to the implementation of this Project.

We at SCCARFS are ambitious!

We hope to be able to make this a country-wide project in the near future..

We believe.. Better die trying than to not try at all.. Better die trying than to do nothing!

Thank you so much, everyone..

Yours sincerely,
SCCARFS Pet Connection Project

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