St John Island has about 130 community cats cared for by volunteers.
Just a year ago, they were starving and in bad health conditions. Now, their health have improved and are sterilised.
Cats who are sick are brought back to mainland for medical attention.
All these because the volunteers love animals and want to care for them and protect them from harm.
Please support them by ordering food to support them. Any qty will be appreciated as it will lighten their financial burden.
They need 200kg of dry food per month.
The workers on the island feed them daily.
Wet food is given whenever volunteers visit and they require 10 ctns per trip.
AHA also organise feeding trips to Gold-D. If you are keen to go please contact us.
Online articles on Taiwan and Japan's cat communities go viral, but it seems few people are interested in our own version of a Cat Island.
We hope to raise awareness of this.
The St. John Island cats are cared for by the kampung folks and foreign workers who have projects there.
These cats are special because they have the 'best' living environment: sun, sand, sea and endless supply of fish to fiddle with.
This relaxed, carefree and playful nature is what I hope to depict with the graphic and handwriting font.