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Grab Your Pet And Go: GrabPet Service Launches In Singapore
20th Feb 2019, by SPCA Singapore

GRAB A RIDE WITH YOUR PET If you had always wanted to bring your pet out but do not have access to your own vehicle, fret not for it is GrabPet to the rescue! Starting today (20 Feb), pet owners can now make a transportation booking on Grab to ferry their furry friends along. This service will be provided by drivers who have undergone prior training in pet-handling. They are also provided with an in-car kit of pet-friendly equipment to ensure the ride is a safe and enjoyable one for all paw-ss...

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Photos From SPCA Singapore's Post
19th Feb 2019, by SPCA Singapore

AN ANG BAO AND A VALENTINE FOR OUR ANIMALS Today marks the last day of the Lunar New Year, which also happens to be the traditional Chinese Valentine’s Day! Since the first day of the Lunar New Year, we have been receiving generous donations through our various fundraising platforms. During Valentine’s Day on 14 February, we appealed to our supporters to sponsor an animal in the name of a loved one. We are happy to share that Macho, the handsome boy pictured, was selected to be sponsored b...

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Photos From SPCA Singapore's Post
15th Feb 2019, by SPCA Singapore

ANIMALS FOR ADOPTION (16 AND 17 FEBRUARY) It's the weekend! Our adoption centre is open, so do consider stopping by the shelter to visit our furry pals. We are located at 50 Sungei Tengah Road, Singapore 699012. Can you tell that Sally, the sweet little puppy pictured, will be more than happy to see you? She is still waiting for her forever home, so feel free to visit her in our shelter if you are interested. To find out how to get to our premises, please visit http://spca.org.sg/contact_loca...

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Updates On 14th Feb 2019
14th Feb 2019, by SPCA Singapore

CAN I BE YOUR VALENTINE? Happy Valentine's Day! While you celebrate this day of love, many furry friends in our shelter are still waiting for their fur-ever valentine. If you are on the look-out for a meaningful gift, you can choose to sponsor a cat/ dog in our shelter in the name of a loved one. The sponsorship fees help defray the costs associated with the upkeep of the chosen animal. You can also look forward to updates about your sponsored animal via WhatsApp! For a list of animals you c...

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Updates On 12th Feb 2019
12th Feb 2019, by SPCA Singapore

ROCCA OUR WORLD We are always happy to receive updates from pet owners who adopted their pets from us. An adopter recently got in touch with us to share about a dog, Rocca, which she adopted from our shelter last year. Despite the initial challenges with training Rocca, the family did not give up. As a result of the family’s dedication, Rocca is now a well-behaved and most-loved member of the family. It is heartening to learn that Rocca’s fur-ever family put in the time and effort require...

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Updates On 5th Feb 2019
5th Feb 2019, by SPCA Singapore

ANG BAO FOR THE ANIMALS Usher in the Lunar New Year by gifting the animals an Ang Bao! Every month, the SPCA responds to over 100 emergencies and investigates around 50 cruelty and welfare cases. Our community animal clinic provides essential health services for needy animals, while our shelter finds more than 50 animals loving homes a month. Your donations help to keep these vital services running round the clock, ensuring that the welfare of the animals are secured. In the Year of the Boar...

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Updates On 4th Feb 2019
4th Feb 2019, by SPCA Singapore

OPENING HOURS DURING LUNAR NEW YEAR Happy Lunar New Year! While you celebrate the holiday, do spare a thought for our animal friends at SPCA. Our shelter remains open on public holidays as our animals continue to wait for their fur-ever homes. Please feel free to drop by and visit them! Opening hours for Lunar New Year: 4 Feb (Monday) – 11am to 12.30pm 5 Feb (Tuesday) – 11am to 4pm 6 Feb (Wednesday) – 11am to 4pm We (and our animals) hope to see you soon! For more details: http://ww...

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Updates On 1st Feb 2019
1st Feb 2019, by SPCA Singapore

A PET IS FOR LIFE – NOT JUST A SEASON The festive season is a busy period for our shelter. There is usually an influx of owners who want to surrender their pets before the holidays. Over the past few months, there has been an estimated 50% increase in such requests. During the festive season, it is easy to get caught up in the festivities and make an impulse decision to get a pet. As a result, some are not truly aware of the time and financial commitment involved when it comes to being a pet...

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Photos From SPCA Singapore's Post
1st Feb 2019, by SPCA Singapore

PARTY OF THREE These triplets, consisting of two males and a female, were found abandoned on a road. A kind caller spotted them and immediately called us for help. Our Animal Rescue Officer brought them back to the SPCA clinic for a health check. The veterinary team decided it would be best for the kittens to be fostered first, in order to regain their strength. We appealed to our fosterers for help and one of our regular fosterers, Pearl, decided to take the kittens in. Here is an account of ...

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Updates On 30th Jan 2019
30th Jan 2019, by SPCA Singapore

APPEAL FOR INFORMATION On 28 January 2019, at about 10:00am, a male kitten was found covered with glue and abandoned on a grass patch along Pandan Loop. He was rescued and brought to our clinic for further examination and treatment. Based on preliminary findings, the glue was most likely from a glue trap. Currently, he is under the care of our veterinary team. We are requesting for witnesses to step forward to assist with the investigation. The SPCA is offering a $1,000 reward for any informa...

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Photos From SPCA Singapore's Post
29th Jan 2019, by SPCA Singapore

SHOP FOR A GOOD CAUSE We heard you! Our best-selling multipurpose pouches are back in stock. These zip pouches are perfect for everyday use – use it as a pencil case, makeup pouch, or as a holdall for items in your bag. Get yours just in time for the Chinese New Year at our shop in SPCA or online at: http://www.spca.org.sg/products.asp?cat=41. (We love the red one for the festive season!) Our shop’s location: SPCA, 50 Sungei Tengah Road Singapore 699012 Thank you all for the love and sup...

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Updates On 25th Jan 2019
25th Jan 2019, by SPCA Singapore

URGENT APPEAL FOR NEWSPAPERS Happy Friday! We are in urgent need of newspapers to line the bottom of our animals’ enclosures and play areas. If you have newspapers to donate, we would appreciate if you could bring them to us anytime from Monday to Sunday between 8am to 5pm. You may pass them to any of our reception staff, over the reception counter. For your convenience, here is our location: http://www.spca.org.sg/contact_locateus.asp. Plea se help spread the word by sharing this post with...

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Puppy Tied To Tree In Clementi Was “lost”, Owner Says AVA Reports She Is In Critical Condition
23rd Jan 2019, by SPCA Singapore

LOST-AND-FOUND ANIMALS At SPCA, one of our emergency services includes rescuing lost-and-found animals. If you chance upon a pet which looks lost, please call our 24-hour emergency hotline at 6287 5355 (ext. 9) as our emails and social media channels are not manned all the time. We hope the puppy mentioned in the Mothership.sg article will be fine! To read the article: https://mothership.sg/2019/01/tie-puppy-to-tree/

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Updates On 22nd Jan 2019
22nd Jan 2019, by SPCA Singapore

SPCA’S POP-UP BOOTH Get your wallets ready for our ever-popular range of SPCA merchandise coming to a mall near you! We will have a booth at Building and Construction Authority (Singapore)'s Charity Bazaar, happening tomorrow at Jem. There will be our previously sold-out tees, tote bags, pouches and more available for sale. All proceeds will go towards our animal welfare work. Here are the details – Date: Wednesday (23 January 2019) Time: 10.30am to 2.30pm Venue: JEM Level 6 Foyer, 52 Ju...

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Dog Owner Fined For Causing Pet 'Unnecessary Pain', Throws Spotlight On Treatment Of Sick Pets
21st Jan 2019, by SPCA Singapore

RESPONSIBLE PET OWNERSHIP Responsible pet ownership involves a pet owner taking responsibility for the overall well-being of their pet. This includes making both the time and financial commitment throughout the animal’s life. When a pet falls ill, it is the owner’s responsibility to ensure that the animal gets the proper treatment for it to recover. We understand that some pet owners may not be able to afford medical care. In such cases, the pet owner should seek assistance. However, the ...

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Curb Pet Sale, Make Selling Of Rescued Animals Mandatory
17th Jan 2019, by SPCA Singapore

An increasing number of jurisdictions are putting in place restrictions on the sale of pets, and mandating the sale of rescued animals. The SPCA supports such a system. Read our opinion in The Straits Times Forum here: https://www.straitstimes.com/forum/letters-in-prin t/curb-pet-sale-make-selling-of-rescued-animals-ma ndatory.

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Photos From SPCA Singapore's Post
16th Jan 2019, by SPCA Singapore

ADOPTION APPEAL: MAISE THE CROSS-PINSCHER In September 2018, we received a call from a concerned member of public who found a small-breed dog wandering around a carpark in Ang Mo Kio. It looked to be lost and had an injury on its neck. After an initial medical check at SPCA’s clinic, the vet team saw that his eyes were in a bad condition. They were crusty, cloudy and ulcerated. The vet deduced that his eyesight had deteriorated due to prolonged dry eyes, which had likely gone without treatme...

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Speedoc Co-Founder Sees Cat Hit By Car In KPE Tunnel -- And Goes To Great Lengths To Rescue It - Stomp
15th Jan 2019, by SPCA Singapore

CAT RESCUED BY EYE-WITNESS IN KPE TUNNEL Many of you may have heard about a cat which was hit by a car in the KPE tunnel last Friday (11 Jan), and was subsequently saved by an eye-witness who was at the scene. We are glad to know that there are kind people out there who will go the extra mile to save an animal in need! A big thank you to the kind lady and the LTA officers for rescuing the cat. We understand some may be concerned about the health status of the cat involved. She sustained a fore...

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Updates On 14th Jan 2019
14th Jan 2019, by SPCA Singapore

CHINCHILLAS AS PETS Chinchillas are commonly found in the Andes Mountains of South America, where the climate is cool and dry. Their fur is dense enough to keep them warm, and they are sought after because of their adorable appearance and luxurious-feeling fur. The SPCA does not encourage the keeping of chinchillas as pets, as our hot and humid tropical weather can be harmful or even deadly for the animal. To combat the heat, owners must keep the living conditions cool and dry, controlled to a...

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Updates On 11th Jan 2019
11th Jan 2019, by SPCA Singapore

ANIMALS FOR ADOPTION (12 AND 13 JANUARY) It's the weekend! Our adoption centre is open, so do consider stopping by the shelter to visit our furry pals. We are located at 50 Sungei Tengah Road, Singapore 699012. Acorn and Almond, our shelter’s puppy siblings pictured, are so excited to meet you! To find out how to get to our premises, please visit http://spca.org.sg/contact_locateus.asp. - View our adoption gallery: http://www.spca.org.sg/services.asp - View adoption fees and process: http...

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