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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.

 

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

   
 
   

Cute Coco

Coco is fifteen years old this year (2015) . We adopted her fourteen years ago from the SPCA. She had originally been found as a one-year-old, scrounging for food scraps at a Clementi hawker centre.

When I first saw her, I fell in love with her beautiful blue eyes. She has become a big part of our family and we have since then, adopted another cat, had two children, moved back to our home country, New Zealand for a few years and then finally back to Singapore. She is still beautiful, healthy and is the princess in our family.

Naomi Keefe

   
 
   

Joyous Jojo

My husband and I adopted Jojo from the SPCA on 11 January 2012. He has just turned seven years old and in human years, that makes him the eldest in the family.

It has been three wonderful years since we adopted him and we are happy to report that he is still the same chubby and chatty boy. He still greets us at the door, he always has a comment and he always gets the last word in. Wherever I am in the house, he is surely within sight. He is now older, a little wiser but not any slower on his feet. In fact, he’s quite the lizard catcher!

In a few months’ time, we will be moving to a bigger place with more room for him to roam about. The highlight of his new home will be the balcony (with safety grilles installed of course) where we hope that he can spend his lazy afternoons lolling around and watching the world go by.

Joan and Brian

 

   
 
   

Precious Peter

My family and I adopted a one-year-old male hamster at SPCA almost a month ago and I'm proud to say he has become a well-loved member of the family since then. We decided to name him Peter (after our old hamster and since it's also an easy name) and he is the liveliest little ball of fur that never fails to bring us joy, especially after a long day at school or work.

It's been a long time since we last reared hamsters as pets but I'm very glad that we made the decision to adopt Peter. He enjoys scampering around the house in his running ball and has gotten so skilful in steering the ball to avoid hitting the furniture around the house. He absolutely adores little treats like small pieces of apple or vegetables as well as taking his sand bath.

Thank you SPCA for bringing Peter to us. Even though he may just be a small rodent compared to our other pets which are significantly larger, he has never failed to bring a smile to our faces. We are really blessed to have this bundle of joy around our house.

Grace Ng

   
 
   


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