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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.

 

Motherly Mrs. Chang

We adopted Mrs. Chang from SPCA in 2012. My husband and I were living in Singapore for a few years by then. We adopted Mrs. Chang, a tiny cat with scars in her head and open wounds due to animal abuse so she was quite a hostile little cat who was not friendly at first. 

When I became pregnant a few months later, I was afraid she would hurt my newborn baby. To our surprise though, she turned into a motherly feline figure for my daughter. Now they play and fight all day. They sleep together and Mrs. Chang is always following Maia around. She even stands in front of Maia when she is about to do something dangerous.

We relocated to Chile recently and brought Mrs. Chang in our 27 hour flight. It was a long and hard flight for all of us but we made it. Mrs. Chang seems to love the dry weather, the new apartment and all its visitors.   

Mrs. Chang is quite the attraction, being a Singa-purr-ean street cat in Latin America.  She is definitely the star of the house and a world traveller, having travelled in three continents.

MAcarena

 

   
 
   

Tenacious Tom

On 12 April 2014, sadness came upon the Rosli family when our dear cat, Tiger departed. My sister and I cried because Tiger was like the family's baby. He was the reason we all rushed home after school and work. It never occurred to us that the loss of the family pet would leave such a gaping hole in our hearts. 

Although my father doesn't show it, I am sure he felt very sad too. On 16 April 2014, he brought me to SPCA to immerse myself into the company of cats for awhile. Back then, my sister and I felt that we can never love another cat the same way we loved Tiger. I didn't think my parents would allow another cat in the household but my dad had a change of heart after seeing Tom.

Tom was one of the naughtiest kittens on display on that day. He was full of energy and kept nibbling my fingers when I tried to touch him. My dad was taken with Tom's charm, so the decision was made. We took Tom home on 18 April together with his carrier and toys.

Tom was a skinny little thing but his curiosity was overwhelming. He wasn't scared at all when he took his first car ride with us. In fact, he tried to look out the window! Life improved drastically since then. Tom was the medicine that healed all our hearts. He is a darling and has grown into a fat puffball. Besides healing our hearts, Tom was like an angel sent from heaven because he stayed with us through the loss of my grandfather in June last year.

Before my grandfather passed on, Tom kept him company everyday to the point of waiting outside the washroom doors when my grandfather took baths and I am very sure my grandfather loved Tom too because he often called out to Tom to talk to him. Tom is the life of the household. 

Hidayah Rosli

   
 
   

Magnificent Marko

Marko Benji Chua was adopted in December 2010, when he was about 5 months old. He has transformed from a shy, wiry haired puppy to this beautiful and much loved scruffy dog that always gets strangers admiration. He is an intelligent and intuitive dog that has protected the littlest family member from the day of her arrival.

Lynn & Marko

   
 
   

Kenji the 'Kitten'

About five months ago, my family and I welcomed a new member into our family. His name was Kenji. At first, he was a bit shy and did not want to go near anyone. While trying to settle in, he used to bite and scratch us while we were having meals. When he finally decided to settle in comfortably, we were over the moon. My sister, was exceptionally excited for a new chapter to start in our lives and I was so thankful that Kenji is now finally able to get along with our other dogs.  He is beyond adorable and we really love him.

Rachele Letchme Mohan

   
 
   

Quick Quintus

Quintus was fated to be part of our family. He immediately curled himself around Pierre’s neck and started purring the minute we opened up the door to his enclosure. It was then, that we knew he was meant for us.

Even at four-and-a-half years, Quintus never fails to bring us joy. He is attention seeking and has a diva-like attitude which always manages to bring smiles to our faces. He adapted so quickly to our new home that we believe he could be the king of our house.

This Singaporean cat has travelled to places in Europe including France and now, India.

He is a big fan of birds, hiding behind the curtains and simply sauntering around the house. His sharp eyes and keen ears are always on the lookout. Thank you SPCA for our precious gift, Quintus and for being a protector for all the animals, everywhere.

Pierre-Emmanuel and Hamid

   
 
   


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