FUNDRAISING POST: Champion, who suffers from persistent sores

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The Hall 10 and 11 cat has been suffering from wounds and sores on her ears and is now being fostered

Champion was brought to the vet last Tuesday (Sep 22).


It wasn’t easy for us, though – we took quite a while to trap her and get her to be calm in the cat carrier. Turns out food did the trick.


The vet suspected an allergic reaction, as there were no mites or fleas on Champion’s ears. This also explains why she didn’t respond very well to Revolution, an anti-flea and tick medication.

Champion was given a steroid jab and antibiotics, and recommended that she be kept under foster care.


She is currently in the hands of Asst Prof Jesse Thompson (above), a sculptor/painter/drawer/storyteller from New Jersey – and a new professor at ADM. Prof Thompson will give Champion an allergen-free diet, and monitor her wounds for any complications.

So far, Champion has been responding well to the medication, and we hope to see a full recovery!

We need to raise $95.90 for Champion’s recovery, however.

To donate to Champion’s recovery, simply do the following:

1) Contact Shao Yu via email at

Your email will be logged into our mailing list, where we will send updates about NTU Cat Management Network. You may choose to unsubscribe from the mailing list if you like.

2) After contacting Shao Yu, transfer your desired amount into OCBC Frank 5374-0519-3001, Shao Yu

This can be done via Internet Banking or directly at any POSB/DBS ATM or Cash Deposit Machine. We do not accept cheque donations.

3) Once we have received the transfer, we will send you an electronic acknowledgement. A receipt will be mailed to you if you request so.

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