TRAP NEUTER RELEASE
WHAT DOES THE WORD "HESED" STAND FOR?
Hesed is one of the richest, most powerful Hebrew words in the Old Testament.
Hesed is difficult to translate as no single English word can capture the totality of the meaning.
Translators have used many words like kindness, mercy, loyalty, strong, everlasting and steadfast love to convey the completeness and intensity.
Hesed is not something people "feel."
It is not a "mood."
It is something people DO for other people who have no claim on them.
Love is something we do, not primarily something we feel.
The word is chosen for this programme simply because it reflects the characteristic of God's love and faithfulness (hesed ve'emet) towards creation - doing loving things for creation.
HOW DOES IT WORK? WHY "SUSPENDED"?
This is basically a Pay-it-forward Project initiated by Light of Life Veterinary Clinic, to assist the reduction of unwanted and abandoned feline population in our community.
Donors can choose to donate SGD$25 to the clinic's project, at a frequency they feel most comfortable, to assist any stray cats in need of the sterilization (neutering/spay) procedure.
To maintain transparency, each donor will receive an unique voucher number for each SGD$25 they donate.
An announcement will be made on our social media platforms once the beneficiary has claimed it.
Donors can then verify it with their own voucher numbers.
STEP BY STEP
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
One cat per carrier.
Cats cannot be sick/ have other underlying problems.
This arrangement does not include other treatment, diagnostics, procedures or hospitalisation.
Only cases with appointments are accepted.
NRIC and electronic vouchers must be presented.
Consent form must be completed.
Cats' ears will be tipped and tattooed.
The Clinic reserves the right to change any terms and conditions without prior notice.
Not exchangeable for cash.
The value of a voucher is SGD$25.
One voucher is required per cat neutering procedure and two vouchers are required per cat spay procedure.
POINTS TO NOTE
We rescue, sterilize, care for and rehome stray animals independently.
We do not run a shelter or have a premise to shelter stray animals.
We believe that certain cases are assigned specifically to us and each entails a life lesson for us.
We know our own limitations and are
thankful for the many good Samaritans we met along our walk, who have reached out to help us help the animals.
We will refer cases to relevant authorities, hospitals, groups or individuals where we deem appropriate.
All human information are withhold to protect the privacy of individuals involved, any resemblance is purely coincidental.
Blk 703 Bedok Reservoir Road
#01-3508 Singapore 470703
(By Appointment Only)
Afternoon 12pm to 5pm
Evening 8pm to 11pm
Closed on Tuesdays, Sundays and All Public Holidays