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Here are some of the many successful adoptions we have had at the SPCA.

If you have adopted from us before and have a story to share with us, please email us at education@spca.org.sg, along with a short write-up of your life with the new member of the family and photos to go with the story.

** One of our adopted pet cats Gandalf has played an important role in the life of Gina Ho and family. We thank her for sharing how Gandalf has helped her husband Edgar Lu cope better in his illness. It is another testament to the fact that pets are a wonderful comfort and good stress relievers. You may wish to read Mr Lu's blog here.

 

Hello Heidi!

We adopted Heidi from the Pet Expo in 2014; we have never owned a hamster before.

We have always had animals in Australia, but were unable to keep cats or dogs in our condo in Singapore. Heidi was the perfect companion.

She is full of energy and personality and we are totally smitten with her.

She has been set up with a fence around her cage, so she can go in and out as she pleases. She loves her sand bath and it is very entertaining watching her bathe.

Her favourite treat is pumpkin seeds.

Tammie Caldwell

   
 
   

Pretty Pat

I adopted Pat from the SPCA during Pet Expo 2014. The first time I saw Pat, I was attracted by her cute and innocent face. After discussing with my wife, we decided to give her a new home, to accompany our other rabbit named Sesame.

Pat adapted well to her new environment. In just two days, she was able to bond with Sesame. Sesame also showed her love as a big sister and took good care of Pat. Both of them stick to each other and Pat follows Sesame wherever she goes.

Thank you SPCA for giving me the opportunity to adopt Pat. My family enjoys our rabbits' company and these rabbits have indeed brought joy to our lives.

Adrian Lee

   
 
   

Fabulous Fifi

It was back in 2003 that I adopted “Fifi” from the SPCA in Singapore. Fifi was a cross-breed who shared and enlightened 11 years of my life. We travelled the world and we were in 15 countries in Europe together until we settled down in Austria, my home country, a few years ago. She was the best partner I could have wished for.

She passed away this February. I still cannot express how much I miss her, how much she gave to me, how much I will always remember her. I think she had a rich life with me; she was healthy all through the years until last summer when she had her first stroke. Fifi was tough until the end. She was loving and kind to everyone – she was the perfect dog.

Thank you SPCA Singapore for treating Fifi well. She had stayed with you for 3 years until I adopted her. Thank you for having given Fifi to me.

Birgit Schinnerl

   
 
   

Sweet Cotton Candy!

I adopted Cotton (previously known as Cream when he was at the SPCA) on 25 February 2014. Although we have just adopted him for a month or so, it does feel as though we have had him for a long time. Cotton and I did not fall in love at first sight on that day; the rabbit that I had earlier wanted to adopt and expressed great interest in the previous weekend had actually been adopted by someone else. 

An SPCA volunteer was helpful to share with me the temperaments of the remaining three white rabbits available for adoption and I was told Cotton was very timid (as merely opening the cage could scare him) and disliked being held. He, however, had caught my attention because he was not entirely white (what with certain grey spots around his nose, ears and tail) and after discovering a little more about his temperament, I opened his cage to touch him and he allowed me to. He was cautious but he did not react negatively. The Cotton we now boast is certainly very different from the Cotton which I first got acquainted with at the SPCA - he no longer shows fear in his interactions with us, and he surely displays much better tolerance now about being carried. The only thing that has not changed about him is that he is still very much the glutton. I do not know if I can ever find another rabbit with a similar personality.         

I have also specially created a blog dedicated to Cotton: 

http://cotton-rabbit.blogspot.sg/

Do check out this blog for bite-sized updates about the daily goings-on of Cotton! 

Our many thanks to the SPCA, Singapore, for bringing this little bundle of joy into our lives!  

Lai Yee & Hubby

   
 
   

Mau Mau

I adopted Mau Mau eight months ago. He is an Angora rabbit and his long coat was matted and in a terrible condition when he first arrived at the SPCA.  He was an old bun of nearly eight years, blind in one eye, and had been at the shelter for many months as no one wanted him. He now has the run of the apartment and loves to lounge on his mat in the sun during late afternoon. I cut his fur short to keep him cooler and he loves his organic veggies. He is so gentle and affectionate, and sits on my lap for hours in the evening to watch tv and snuggle. Old animals make great pets.
 
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