The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) is a registered animal welfare charity with IPC status.
The SPCA is not a government agency. We rely on donations from our supporters to continue our important role as animal protector.
Over $2,400,000 annually is required to carry out our animal welfare work.
We receive around 300 pets and stray animals every month. This figure includes lost dogs which are all checked for microchips and advertised in the press in an effort to locate their owners.
The objectives of the Society are to prevent cruelty to animals and birds and to promote kindness to animals and birds.
A compassionate Singapore where all animals are treated with kindness and respect.
To promote kindness and prevent cruelty to animals through education, advocacy and action.
To be the leading authority and advocate on animal welfare and cruelty issues in Singapore.
The Society provides various animal welfare services to the community including:
Complementary veterinary care and spay/neuter surgeries for community animals
School based education programmes, and conducted group visits to SPCA
Foster care for young animals
Lost and found pets
Providing volunteer opportunities to enhance corporate and community engagement
Rehoming notice board for personal adoption notices
Advocacy for wildlife, companion and community animals and animals in the entertainment, fashion, food and laboratory industries