Project LUNI is a non-profit organisation which focusses on rehoming and caring of street cats in Singapore since 2016. We focus on four pillars:
If there are kittens found we bring them home to foster, socialize and rehome them. We have them checked and vaccinated at the vet, deworm them and give them all the treatments and the love
needed to grow into healthy happy little kitties before finding the perfect families for them.
We always encourage adoption in pairs or to adopt single kittens into a single house hold as they are much happier together - they can play, groom and cuddle each other, especially when the humans are not at home. 2 cats are actually LESS work than one!
We have several feeders all around Singapore who feed sterilised cats in a responsible way with our healthy cat food.
Responsible feeding means feeding on paper plates and clean the area after feeding. If you don't do so it will attract cockroaches, ants and rats. It is highly likely that people start complaining about that and call pest control which can lead to the culling of the cats.
Many adult feral cats are not adoptable, they are used to a life outside and will suffer in a confined area. The adopters would be unhappy as well since the cats will not behave as they would hope for. These cats can live a happy life in their natural environment when they are sterilised, proper food is provided and health care is given if needed.
If there are cats found suffering from severe injuries or illness we bring them to the vet for treatment. Afterwards, we decide if it is possible to release the cats back to the streets or if it is possible to foster and rehome them.
If they are deadly sick and there is no hope for recovering, we sometimes have to consider humane euthanasia to end the cat's suffering. This is only done in consultation and advice from one or several vets and never taken lightly - it is always a very difficult decision for anyone involved.
We believe in Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) which stops the breeding cycle of cats and therefore improves their lives. It is a fact that the removal and killing of outdoor cats - which animal control
has been pursuing for decades - is never ending and futile while TNR achieves better results and it is much less cruel.
After their sterilisation and recovery, cats are returned to the location where they were trapped, usually to the person who found them or their regular feeder.
In some cases, we are even able to find homes for those cats.
Nina & Lukas are the founders of Project LUNI. Both of them are huge animal lovers. If they are not saving the lives of street cats in Singapore they are off diving with sharks, their other big passion.
Irene joined Project Luni as a fosterer - and failed - she immediately adopted her foster cat :) She is now helping us with admin tasks and fostering.
A picture says more than thousand meows...ehh..words :) Kerstin makes sure you can see our kittens in their best light, providing us with expressive pictures of our little ones. Check out her work on Instagram.
Mary joined Project LUNI to help coordinate food orders for our team of feeders. Providing food and assistance to over a dozen feeders is essential to our work and a big financial factor, find out more in the Help Us section.
Nurul & Zul are our cat angels. They help with everything. Feeding 20 strays daily, TNR, fostering, keeping the premises clean and neat, rushing to the vet with the kitties, baking cookies for fundraisers and whatever is necessary to keep Project LUNI running!
Karin heads our social media efforts and brings you lots of informative cat content, appeals for funds (not an easy job) and cute cat pictures. As a vet nurse, she definitely knows what she is talking about!
Riz joined Project LUNI in 2019 to help Karin manage our social media profiles, filling our Facebook and Instagram with cat content.
Neha started as a dedicated fosterer, ran a fundraiser for us and joined our admin team in 2019. If you send us a message via Facebook, plan to adopt or are a fosterer, Neha will likely be on the other end to help you!