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Thank you for your patience, and interest, and see you there,
29 June 2006

Sunday, May 07, 2006

Yeti sighting

Since I first wrote about Joe Yeti, he's only appeared once about a week after. We thought that he might decide to settle down in Area 1, but since then, there's no sign of tail or whisker, and we thought he had decided to move on - there are a number of established cats around the area afterall. But surprise, surprise, he's still nearby after all. My mum spotted Joe Yeti just outside the boundaries of area 1, across a small road, yesterday morning. He, was according to her, enjoying a spot of sunshine and dustbath by the road. I just hope he's learnt to be road-savvy and vehicle aware. Now that i know he's still around, I shall have to endeavour to sight him and take a decent picture. - Go to Pawprints: TNRM - Go to SINGAPORE UGLY / Casefile: Cruel Singapore. Hack-care Singapore. - Go to HDB bans cats - government body chronically misconceived - Go to Singapore's Love-Hate Relationship with Trap-Neuter-Release Management - Check out the purrsNswipes Adoption Guidebook - Meet our homeseekers - Go to Pawprints: TLC for cat minon requisite education - Go to SOS and see how you help some Singapore animals in need

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