Tuesday, July 26, 2016

The weekends are extremely precious for many, and especially so..


The weekends are extremely precious for many, and especially so for our ground volunteers. They check on their charges, respond to calls for help best possible and also schedule time to check out new cases.

Little Bobo is very lucky to stay in a factory with workers who love and adore her. When little Bobo had a nasty cut a couple of months ago on her outer thigh, the worker took the trouble to clean her wound and bandaged her up, as well as confine her. Needless to say, she was not pleased at all at being grounded. We passed the worker medication and advised him further on what to do and he was very diligent in keeping her wound clean.

A couple of weeks back, little Bobo got herself injured again! :( This time round, the wound was rather deep on her inner thigh and the worker contacted us immediately. We brought her in to the vet to have her wound stitched up.

These workers might not be able to afford her medical treatment but as long as they care for the dog, we are here to help them.

If you wish to help us with medical cases like Bobo, please email us at noahsarkcares@gmail.com. Every bit of donation counts, for us to help them. Thank you!

Tuesday, July 19, 2016

Norah and Arkie - Kittens Up for Adoption!


Norah and Arkie were rescued under our Project Cat Snip (PCS) when we went to an industrial estate to sterilize a whopping 40 over cats! Yes we do cats too though many are not aware of it. :) They were down with severe flu but has since been lovingly nursed back to health.

We will update on the other cats at a later stage but these two cuties are looking for homes (amidst many other kittens still at the factories). Please whatsapp/SMS 9118 1814 should you be keen to adopt them. Thank you!

Sunday, July 17, 2016

In the wee hours of the night..


In the wee hours of the night where most of us are in the comfort of our own homes, there are still a few of us roaming the streets. Feeding our stray charges, looking out for them and spending as much time with them best possible. When we find them missing, our hearts sink. When we are finally home but see lightning, we sigh as it is going to be a long and cold night for the homeless babies.

Noah's Ark CARES has been running on a very small team all these years. Our dedicated volunteers juggle full time jobs with raising funds and/or awareness for the society, with some covering street work all together.

Join us to make a difference. Not for fame or publicity but to really do something meaningful. Sponsor a dog, donate to medical bills, clean kennels or even help us feed some hungry stomachs. You can contact us at noahsarkcares@gmail.com to discuss further - every little bit means so much. Thank you!

Thursday, July 14, 2016

Kenny - who underwent ear surgery today!


Dear Kenny was a 2013 rescue (read his rescue story at http://noahsarkcares.blogspot.sg/…/broken-legged-kenny-and-…). His injured leg was eventually not amputated after the wound dried up as it was not causing him any pain.

Just earlier today, Kenny had to undergo an ear surgery (TECA) for his badly infected ear. We need your help with his vet bills, as well as a home for him! Email us at noahsarkcares@gmail.com should you be able to help Kenny in any way please. Thank you!


From Mount Pleasant Veterinary Group Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/mountpleasantveterinarygroup/photos/a.355237164682993.1073741839.346781535528556/525374557669252/?type=3&theater):
BEHIND THE SCENES => https://mountpleasantvetgroup.wordpress.com/…/kenny-total-…/
Despite chronic ear infection & foreleg crushed by a forklift, Kenny is such a dear boy. Today, his entire diseased ear canal is removed by Dr Simon Quek in a procedure called TECALBO. A very rewarding surgery that offers Kenny a pain-free & better quality of life! Thank you Noah's Ark CARES for watching over him.

Wednesday, July 13, 2016

JIP Feature: Sweet Brown Boy!


Ever since embarking on the Jurong Island TNR project last year, there has been no looking back. A lot of time and resources have been committed to keep this going, with the volunteers toiling away under harsh weather conditions and we eventually hiring full-timers for the project. Especially for the team on the ground, tears of joy and sorrow have often been shed. Nonetheless, it is our commitment to ensure that as many helpless dogs on this restricted island are saved.

For a start, today we are featuring this lovely brown boy whom we brought out to a mainland clinic a couple of weeks ago. We do not have a name for him as yet – most of the time only the naughty ones get named first! :P He is very docile and loving, our pet transport could just ferry him in his van without crating him! He was looking listless and running a high fever but has since recovered from it.

We are always on the lookout for fosterers and volunteers to help these dogs. Fosterers to condition these dogs to a home environment so that they can eventually be rehomed, and volunteers to help with cleaning duties especially during weekends. We have to specify that fostering will at least be for a couple of months as we do not wish to stress the dogs by moving them around, and that most of the dogs to be fostered are adult mongrels though we might have puppies at times too.

Please email us at noahsarkcares@gmail.com to discuss more should you be able to help us foster, or do not mind working under the sun to help these dogs. We look forward to hearing from you!

Saturday, July 9, 2016

Orphaned at 7 days old! Fosterers needed!


Update (20 July):
These sweet ones are now in the good hands of foster homes and growing well!

They will be ready for adoption in a month's time or so, look out for that post :)

We would like to thank everyone who has shared the post, nudged their friends to help and to our foster families who are so generous with their time and love.

More updates soon!


These 7 mongrel pups were left all alone after the mom got killed in a road accident.

At 7 days old, they have no sight yet. We need foster homes or adopters to help nurse them every 2 to 3 hours and they still need to be bottle or syringe fed. We need foster homes for these precious ones till they find a permanent home.

If you're able to help them, please send a message with your name and experience with nursing puppies to 9270 8612. Or, help to spread the word! Thank you!

Friday, July 1, 2016

Noah's Ark CARES - New Logo


NA CARES was registered in 2005 to spearhead sterilization projects of both stray dogs and cats in Singapore, rehome adoptable strays as well as assist in the fund raising efforts for Noah’s Ark Natural Animal Sanctuary (NANAS) in Malaysia.

Since its inception, NA CARES has sterilized an average of 150 animals each year in Singapore through the dedicated hard work of its Singapore volunteers and vets.

Last year, NA CARES was asked to participate in the TNR project in Jurong Island together with ASD and SOSD. In recognition of our efforts, MCCY granted NA CARES charity status on 9.5.2016. With conferment of charitable status comes greater regulations and requirements imposed on NA CARES, and we have been asked to separate the Singapore from the Malaysian activities.

To that end, we have re-organised NA CARES to reflect its Singapore – centric activities. A new logo has also been introduced so that supporters are aware that NA CARES is no longer involved with any of the Malaysian activities. A new society, NANAS is to be registered under the leadership of Raymund Wee.

NA CARES will continue with its TNR projects in Singapore. At present, NA CARES jointly maintains with SOSD almost 280 dogs at Jurong Island. Due to work safety issues, these dogs can no longer be released. There is a sheltered enclosure for these animals to be housed till a permanent structure can be built or found in Singapore. NA CARES is committed to the welfare of these dogs.

In 2015, 16 dogs were relocated to the sanctuary in Malaysia on the understanding that being strays, they would be given a second lease of life there. The volunteers were promised by Raymund that the dogs would be well taken care of while they in turn would sponsor the upkeep for these dogs at the 2015 prevailing rates. Any deviation from these assurances by either party would definitely constitute broken trust. Please do assist us by sponsoring these animals at S$50 a month. (http://www.mediafire.com/…/ka8nlkzt9a…/Sponsorship+pack.zip/)

At the same time, NA CARES will need to undertake its own fund raising to pay for the maintenance of the remaining 280 dogs.

We have to provide for 1000+ kgs of dry food per month, sterilization costs for unneutered animals, incidental vet charges for any sick or injured dogs, the wages of full and part time workers to assist in the cleaning and feeding of these animals. We estimate monthly expenses to be $20,000 a month.
We would like to appeal for assistance of either sponsorships of these animals at $100 per month, donations of rice and dog food and/or cleaning supplies for the Jurong Island project.

Nonetheless, the most valuable gift that NA CARES would dearly love to receive is a forever home for any of these animals. So if you know you have both some space in your heart and home for an animal, please do consider adopting one of them. It would be the best gift that you could ever bestow on them and us.

CARES – we do; please help us make it a reality. If you wish to make a financial donation you may do so via cheque or funds as per below:

By Cheque
Please make cheque payable to: Noah's Ark CARES
and mail to:
Noah's Ark CARES
42 Cairnhill Road
#02-01 Singapore 229661

By Fund Transfer
Bank: DBS
Account type: DBS CURRENT
Acct number: 012-900823-0
Acct name: Noah's Ark CARES
Branch Code: 012
Bank Code: 7171

If you wish to assist in another manner, please email us at noahsarkcares@gmail.com.

Thank you for caring!

Beneficiary of Animal Merchandise :)

Noah's Ark CARES Supporters