Adopting a pet is a lifetime commitment, so decide wisely. All these organisations need volunteers, donations, contributions and involvement from animal lovers.
As a pet is a lifetime of commitment with considerable responsibilities involved, the SPCA may request family members and/or domestic helpers to come and view/interact/approve the animal to be adopted.
Dogs, cats, rabbits, guinea pigs, chinchillas, hamsters, mice, gerbils … no animal can be reserved over the telephone or via email and the SPCA reserves the right not to approve an adoption.
+65 6287 5355
Cat Welfare Society
Cat Welfare Society, while it believes that every cat should live a life free from fear and suffering, is not a shelter and does not house any cats. It offers a public cat adoption board for members of the public to post cats that need homes.
Action For Singapore Dogs (ASD)
A non-profit organisation for the welfare of stray and abandoned dogs in Singapore. Their priority is the welfare and future of the dogs under their care.
ASD believes in keeping in contact with the adopting families past the adoption stage and helping with any problems that may come up.
Animal Lovers League (ALL)
Madam Wong’s Shelter
Providing care, compassion and hope and giving all animals a chance for leading loved lives. A non-profit shelter for abandoned, abused and rescued dogs and cats.
An animal shelter, community organisation and adoption centre.
“We can’t erase their past. But we can improve their future.” A privately run shelter housing over 40 dogs, taking care of their food, shelter and medical needs. Gives their ‘furkids’ a roof over their head, a bowl of food that is cooked with love each day and a safe, healthy and happy environment and a safe haven away from the rough and tumble of the streets and wilderness. A small, close-knit outfit who focus not on the number of dogs they can rescue but the quality of care they can provide for their existing charges.
Voices for Animals
A group of like-minded volunteers actively involved in animal rescue, stray feed and re-homing. Rescues, rehabilitates and re-homes retired breeding dogs.
Hope Dog Rescue
A group of animal lovers who strongly feel that all animals should be treated with love and respect. They help animals who are abused, neglected and abandoned. They are volunteer animal rescuers.
Save Our Street Dogs (SOSD)
SOSD actively advocates against the culling of street dogs – who often lead harsh and miserable lives, often as a result of the land on which they live on being taken over for the purposes of construction. SOSD rescues and re-homes as many stray dogs and puppies as their limited resources permit. Wounded dogs are given good veterinary care and nursed back to health before finding them homes. SOSD adopts a mandatory screening process for every potential adoption to ensure that all goes well for the rescued dog and family.
SOSD focuses on mongrels who are extremely intelligent and generally tend to be healthier than purebreds given their varied genetic makeup. Street dogs make exceedingly loyal pets, grateful for a home and for the love shown to them.
House Rabbit Society Singapore
An all-volunteer, non-profit organisation dedicated to rabbit welfare and awareness, seeking to reduce the number of unwanted rabbits in Singapore and improve rabbits’ lives through education.
This organisation rescues unwanted rabbits and finds new homes for abandoned ones. It relies on foster homes that take in the rescued rabbits while they wait to be adopted.