Singapore’s neighbourhoods and void decks are home to certain animals, such as community cats. Seeing these adorable creatures go about their daily life often results in a cuteness overload.
It is no different in Woodlands, where a void deck area has been packed with cosy cat furniture to make felines feel at home.
A resident in the area recently posted pictures of a chubby cat dozing off on a food delivery bag.
Netizens fawned over the massive feline, marvelling at its size and providing their own pictures.
The cat is seemingly a popular fixture in the neighbourhood who loves repurposing GrabFood bags as its bed.
On 14 May, a resident living in Woodlands posted couple of pictures to Sayang Our Singapore Community Cats, revealing the hobbies of community cats on rainy days.
In her pictures, a pretty chubby cat slept on a GrabFood bag, using it as its own bed.
The adorable animal dozed on while bundled up on the green box, ignoring other soft cat beds provided for its comfort.
The OP also explained that residents and feeders in the area often treat these feline creatures with respect fit for a king. In addition to soft cat beds, they chipped in with a customised scratch box.
“Such a cosy scene to see the cats being pampered by the residents and feeders,” she added.
The chubby cat has won the hearts of local cat-lovers, causing them to fawn over the adorable creature.Amongst those admiring the cat’s majestic size, residents in the area also shared their own experiences of the feline. According to them, the cat’s favourite activity is to take a nap on these delivery bags. It can often be spotted dozing away in these privileged spots, sleeping off a food coma or turning in for the day.
We can certainly relate, especially on rainy days – perhaps not on food delivery packages, though.
It is heartwarming to see residents and animal lovers in the area care for our local community cats.
With their compassion and careful thought in providing for these creatures, these felines will never have to want for anything.
Let’s continue to do our part and look after these animals whenever possible. As Singapore is home to many domestic and wildlife creatures, we must continue to nurture the local ecosystem.
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Featured image adapted from Sayang Our Singapore’s Community Cats on Facebook.
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