Photos From SPCA Singapore's Post



‪In September, we received a call from a concerned member of public who found a sickly and weak dog wandering around a construction site. Fearing for the dog’s safety in such a dangerous area, our rescue officers went to pick her up and brought her back to our clinic.‬

‪The dog was given a medical check by our vet team. They realised she has cataracts in both eyes, which affects her eyesight, and is possibly blind in her right eye. She is microchipped but the number was not registered to an owner. We put up a lost-and-found advertisement, but sadly, no one came forward to claim her. We then decided to put her up for adoption, and named her Mooku.‬

‪Mooku is an eight-year-old gentle giant who loves going on walks, and walks well on a leash. Due to her partial blindness, she requires an owner who will be patient enough to teach and guide her along, especially in a new environment. She is not HDB-approved. ‬

‪Help us help Mooku find a loving fur-ever home. If you are interested, visit our shelter to find out more about her. You will not have to make an appointment.‬

To find out how to get to our premises, please visit http://spca.org.sg/contact_locateus.asp.

‪Please note that we are unable to accept reservations via phone or email.‬

Source: https://www.facebook.com/spcasingapore/photos/a.283797778154..



SPCA Singapore

The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA Singapore) is the first registered animal welfare organisation in Singapore. The two main objectives of SPCA Singapore are: to promote kindness to animals and birds, and to prevent cruelty to animals and birds.

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