Friends fur life
In this year of the dog, let us do something for our furry friends, be it adopting an animal from a shelter to give them a forever home, giving to this cause, or volunteering with your pet.
In 2016, there were around 60,000 stray cats and 7,000 stray dogs in Singapore but only less than 5% had a chance of being rehomed*. Funds are always needed for upkeep and maintenance of shelters, and for some, a lack of funds may even mean that our furry friends will not get a roof over their heads.
Will you lend a paw and support these charities?
Simply click on any of these campaign or volunteer opportunities below to donate or volunteer.
Better still, if you would like to fundraise for these animal welfare charities, start your very own fundraising campaign here.
Donate to WRSCF
by Wildlife Reserves Singapore Conservation Fund
Once, the shores of Singapore had a thriving native wildlife with a diversity of local flora and fauna. With the rapid development of Singapores economy, we have witnessed a population explosion driven by economic opportunities.
Urgent Funds Required For Move To New Government-Built Facility In Sungei Tengah
by Animal Lovers League
In 2018, we will be moving to a Government-built facility in Sungei Tengah called 'Animal Lodge'. The construction and setting in our new premises will be different from our present open concept shelter in that our dogs and cats will be in flatted-two-storey buildings in kennel enclosures. We require $351,000 to manage the costs of making this move.
Cat Therapy at Ren Ci @ Bukit Batok
by Love Kuching Project
Love cats? Want to share love of cats with elderly residents of nursing homes? Come join us!!! We would love to have more volunteers (cats and humans) join us as we conduct Cat Therapy at Ren Ci @ Bukit Batok. Please contact our volunteer, Camellia, to discuss about your cat's suitability as well as your own availability.
The Fight Must Go On
by Cat Welfare Society
We need your help to stay on the frontline. Everyday, our community cats face risks from bad human decisions, especially when there are complaints about them. The Cat Welfare Society is the intervening body tackling over 2000 such cat issues every year, by advocating humane solutions and preventing cats from getting impounded and culled.
Trap and Neuter
by Save Our Street Dogs
Trap-Neuter-Return is a humane alternative for managing and reducing dog populations. TNR relies on sterilization of dogs so that they are unable to breed, leading to a gradual decline in numbers. Trap: Humanely trapping free-roaming dogs and transporting them to a vet where they are sterilized.
Donate to OSCAS
by Oasis Second Chance Animal Shelter Ltd
OSCAS tries its very best to ensure that the well-being of all the dogs is met before they are adopted into good homes. This effort however can only be sustained through kind donations that help to cover the high expenses faced each month, such as rental costs, medical bills and purchase of daily necessities like food.