Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, Singapore (SPCA SG)

Singapore     Animals, Education, Rescue


Nonprofit

Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, Singapore (SPCA SG)

ABOUT US
The SPCA is a registered non-profit animal welfare charity, and its two main objectives are to promote kindness to animals and to prevent cruelty to animals.   Relying mainly on kind donations from the public and fundraising, the Society does not receive any government funding or grants. It provides various animal welfare services including a 24-hour emergency service, cruelty investigation, education programmes for schools and organisations, a sterilisation programme for community animals as well as running an animal shelter for abused and abandoned pets and community animals.   All funds go directly to our operations in providing shelter, food, medical attention and love to the rescued animals that walk through our doors each year.   We are also in need of funds to complete the development of our new shelter at Sungei Tengah that will be ready for operation from January 2016.   (For more information about the SPCA, do come by our website http://www.spca.org.sg and/or our Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/spcasingapore.)
OUR PROGRAMMES
The money will go towards sustaining our various animal welfare services.  
To give you an idea of where your money would go, here are some of the things the SPCA tackled between 2014 and 2015.  
• 3,899 animals were taken in, averaging over 300 per month.  
• 846 complaints of alleged animal abuse were investigated.  
• 1,131 animals found homes through our adoption scheme.  
• 746 lost animals were reunited with their owners.  
• 706 SPCA shelter animals were sterilised.  
• The SPCA clinic sterilised 173 community animals and 1.093 sterialisation vouchers were distributed from 1 July 2014 to 31 May 2015   Our Sterilisation Voucher Scheme ceased on 31 May 2015, being replaced by the Stray Cat Sterialisation Programme which was launched on 1 June 2015.   • Our education team gave 82 talks in schools and hosted 75 group visits to the SPCA.

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