Project LUNI

Rehoming & Caring for Street Cats
in Singapore

Cat Safety

We cannot emphasize the importance of cat safety enough. Sadly, every week, cats fall from height from unsecured balconies or windows. The “lucky ones” may survive, yet end up at the vets with broken bones and sometimes life long disabilities. Many of them, however, succumb to internal injuries. Preventing such accidents is so easily done and today so many option exist that are also aesthetically acceptable – from invisible grilles, to professional meshing to DIY solutions. There is something for every household and budget. 

Don’t think that your cat is “too smart to jump” or that they will “always land on their feet”. Cats can jump higher than you expect and may chase after a bird at such speed, that by the time you notice it’s too late.

Project LUNI will check on your meshing/safety solutions for your windows, balcony, gates and landings before adoption. We suggest to put everything in place BEFORE applying for kittens.

Invisible Grilles

Invisible Grilles are acceptable by many properties and well established. They need to be no more than 2 inches wide. However, if they are the only protector and easily accessible, they may need to be even closer and require vertical enforcement so a cat cannot force itself through.


Professional Meshing

Popular in Singapore are The Cat People for meshing with professional cat netting. This can be installed on windows, balconies and even on poles to protect a landed property.



Sturdy plastic mesh in various colours can be bought in hardware stores or even Fairprice. This can easily be attached over typical HDB grilles or over home made frames.

Stores for Sturdy Plastic Mesh:

Links to Cat Nets on Online Shops:

We have bills up to SGD 30,000 per month and your donations will go a long way to help the cats & kittens in these areas:

  • Fostering, socialising and rehoming of kittens and abandoned cats
  • Daily responsible feeding of stray and community cats
  • Medical care for injured and sick street cats
  • Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR)

Please consider a monthly recurring donation so we can continue our rescue efforts.

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