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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.

 

Manuka The Sweet Beagle

We met Manuka on an idle Sunday when we were looking at cats at the SPCA with some friends.  We strolled past her enclosure and it was quite simply… love at first sight.  It’s been just over a week and Manuka is settling in so well.  She’s such a social little thing and keen to stop and meet every person and animal on our walks.  She comes with us everywhere and we’ve become accustomed to doggy-friendly alfresco dining.  She’s the perfect pooch for curling up under the dining table.

We’ve learned Manuka is a chewer and she just loves flip flops and socks!  She also loves her favourite new toy we’ve names “Woz”. She drags Woz with her everywhere, it’s very cute.

We really do love Manuka, she’s made us much more active and it’s such a blessing having a little bundle of happiness and joy running around out feet.  We thank the SPCA for supporting our adoption and for bring Manuka into our lives. 

Oliver and Jane

   
 
   

Mathie, Our "Golden" Old Lady

After I lost one cat and was left with just one old man, Napoleon, I thought I’d let him be King of the Castle for the rest of his days, but I hadn't met Mathilda yet. Mathie arrived at SPCA around June 2011, and I spent a lot of time with this sweet little calico lady, who sat quietly watching the world go by.  She responded to strokes and cuddles, but never asked for affection, made a fuss or vied for attention. This, combined with her "advancing years" - Mathie is nearly 8 - meant that she was still at the shelter 6 months later.  I finally decided that since I was spending so much time with her already, she may as well live in our house! Mathie is such a joy to have around. After hiding in a box for a few days, her curiosity overcame her and she soon started investigating her new home and new house-mate. There were some teething problems getting the two old-timers to get along, but time, patience, a little bit of Feliway, and we are pretty much there.Although kittens are great, an older lady like Mathie has some real benefits. She's house-trained, self-sufficient and has never been found swinging from the curtains.  She is content to spend hours curled up with us, enjoying being part of a family for the first time. Although Napoleon still sulks sometimes, my boyfriend and I wouldn't be without Mathie - our golden "old" lady! 

Jessica Reeves

 

   
 
   

Be My Valentine!

Early this year we decided to adopt a cat. At first, we wanted to get a kitten. However after visiting the cattery at SPCA, we fell in love with one of the young adults there. Her name is Valentine, also known as miau miau, and from the moment she first laid her paws in our house she made it her own.She loves to play with common household items. Her favourites are a pen and a plastic bucket. She attacks the scratching pole and the playing stick with colourful furry balls every time she is challenged. She greets us every day when we come home with a cheerful meow. We love to hear her purr in delight when we pick her up and pet her behind the ears and below the chin. Every night she will hop in our bed and sleep at our feet, beside us or even on top of us. In the morning, she patiently waits for the alarm clock to ring before giving us a lick or a gentle paw in the face. Thank you SPCA for bringing up our beautiful girl and making our home a happier place!

Andre and Francisca

 

   
 
   

Wiley

Hello everybody,

Greetings from my new home!

I settled in quite fast after my adoption back in January. Some hick ups during the first three days (I guess I ate too much too fast - no more sharing with the others!). But apart from that, everything is fine. Four weeks of confinement passed in no time at all and I started to explore the garden area. I love my cosy bassinet and snore away the night indoors.

   
 
   

Seamus and Melly, The Extrovert And Introvert!

I adopted two cats, Seamus and Melly, on 28 January 2012. They have adjusted well to life in my house and have tried out every spot to have a nap in. They also enjoy chasing each other around the house. Melly has been very out-going from the beginning. Seamus seems to be startled easily and likes to hide. He is a bit shy but has become less shy with time. They are both lovely cats and I am enjoying them (and I hope they like it here, too, of course).

Tania Morizzo

   
 
   


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