The last day of operation for The Cat Museum, at 8 Purvis Street, will be Sun 10 June. The top priority since January has been to get the last 26 cats & kittens adopted and we are down to the last 8 adults. Would you like to adopt a cat?

Photos by Wislia Photography

The cats still looking for homes are 2 black cats, a mother & son – Mama Mia & Fusilli; 2 tortoiseshell sisters – Fergie & Selena; a ginger & white, 1 year old male – Spring; a 2 year old male tabby with black mohawk – Anakin; a grey & white male tabby – Sid; and a still very shy rare female ginger, Mama Maisie.

Here are the guidelines on how to adopt these cats.

“The public have been truly supportive but these 8 have not been so lucky. They are lovely kitties who are sociable, playful, and truly deserve a good home. We hope more adopters will come forward.” says Jessica Seet, founder.

Photos by Wislia Photography

“With our fundraising, we have a long way to go & have raised only about 7% (about $70K) of our $1,000,000 target. We hope the public understands that this will be a permanent place in Singapore for volunteers to continue the work of rescue, rehabilitation, rehoming & education and continue to support us.”

The Cat Museum has 2 upcoming fundraisers

1. CAT in a BAG – Designer bags & shoes will be collected till the end of March for a Spring Sale in April. Please drop off all donations to 8 Purvis Street or whatsapp 8218 2133 for collect of 3 or more bags.

2. The MadCatters Pawty at Working Capital on Keong Saik Road on 26 April, 7 to 11pm will be a fun night for cat lovers to come together and support the kitties! Food, drinks, a live band, auction of exclusive items & loads of prizes! Dress to impurress & don’t forget to be a Cat in A Hat! An evening of hanging out with the Cool Cats!

Early bird tickets of $60  are available at this website after which tickets are priced at $80.

The $1 million-dollar goal will go towards a permanent Kitty Orphanage, Kitten Kindergarten & Nursery, Education Programmes like Kiddie Cat Camps to nurture compassion, kindness & responsibility from a young age, Responsible Cat Parenthood programmes.

Please continue to Help The Cat Museum live on by:

1. Worldwide fans can donate in US$ : using this link.

2. Donating in S$ at : this link. or  this website.

3. Cash or cheque donations made payable to “The Cat Museum” either in person or mailed to 8 Purvis Street #02-02 Singapore 188587.

4. A bank transfer to DBS Current 033 9049 743 or  OCBC 686 362 385 001.

5. Monthly donations may be made at the Patreon.

Photos by Wislia Photography

Details about Lion City Kitty – The Cat Museum, Muses & Mansion

8 Purvis Street, #02-02, Singapore 188587 (near Raffles Hotel & opposite the National Library)  8 Purvis St #02-02, Singapore 188587

Tel: 63362133 (No reservations required)

Entry Fees: CASH ONLY

13 years old & above: $15 per session
0 – 12 years old (Must be accompanied by an adult): $10 per session

Operating in 2 Hour Sessions: (You can enter at any time during a session)

Wednesdays : Session 12 to 2pm, Thursdays & Friday : Session: 4 to 6pm, Fridays : 6 to 8pm

Saturdays & Sundays

1st Session: 12 to 2pm(Chicken Treats Time), 2nd Session: 2 to 4pm, 3rd Session: 4 to 6pm & (Saturdays only : 6 to 8pm)

Nearest MRT Stations: City Hall or Bugis (5 minutes walk)

Telephone: 6336 2133 (Wheelchair access can be arranged via the back lift of the shophouse)

Founded by: Jessica Seet, former Radio Broadcaster 90.5FM & Programme Director, Class 95FM

Are you adopting? Let us know in the comments!

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