We focus on 2 types of cat rescue:
All other cases that do not fit criteria 1 and 2 above will be rejected.
We do not charge a boarding fee for cats that are fostered at Love Kuching Project.Donations are out of the rescuers' own free will.
If Love Kuching Project is able to take on a case
We will activate our Emergency Response Fund also known as our ER Fund. Read below to find out how to apply for the ER Fund as well as its terms and conditions.If you cannot foster and are unable to pay for veterinary fees
We will activate our Emergency Response Fund as above, and source for a volunter foster caregiver under our Foster Network.
Our Emergency Rescue Fund or ER Fund was created to help caregivers, rescuers who have no money to pay for veterinary bills, but come across a sick or injured cat that needs help.Background of the ER Fund:
At present in Singapore's cat rescue circle, the only possible ways for rescuers to foot the bill at vet clinics, is to pay first, and then raise funds later, be it through independent means online, or through Cat Welfare Society's Special Appeals.
But what happens if you cannot pay first -at all- to begin with?
Here is where our ER Fund comes in.
Through the generous support of our donors, we have funds already there for a financially incapable cat rescuer who contacts us. This way, these rescuers need not go into huge debts, owe the vet clinics money, or skip essential veterinary procedures because of the costs. The cat will then receive the care it needs at the clinic from the very beginning.How the ER Fund works: How the ER Fund works: How the ER Fund works: How the ER Fund works:
This infographic lays out how the ER Fund works and how, if you are financial unable to rescue a stray, can apply for the ER Fund.
To prevent any misuse of the funds, we have placed a few terms and conditions required to apply for the ER Fund:Love Kuching Project Emergency Response Fund Terms and Conditions