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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.

 

Wonderful Wookiee

I adopted Wookiee (formerly known as Parker) from the SPCA in January 2014. While browsing the SPCA adoption gallery, my only thought was to make sure that he was the right size for me and my family. However, as online profiles go, his profile picture and his real self were total opposites!

Since adopting Wookiee, months have flown by and he has turned out to be the liveliest and most loving dog! He never refuses a pat or a kiss and will ask to play with you for hours on end. When I get home from work, he is the first to greet me with his wagging tail. I have taught him many tricks which he had learnt, even without treats.

I have no regrets adopting Wookiee from SPCA. But I can't help wondering what his previous life was like. He does funny things like circling in a clockwise direction and he is really nervous outdoors. Wookiee has his quirks but that's what makes him special to me and makes me want to protect him for the rest of his life! 

Please enjoy this short video I put together to celebrate his life with me.

http://youtu.be/6KvdXymc0A4

Vivienne

   
 
   

Marvellous Monty

Monty, who was formerly Shadow, was adopted from the SPCA in September 2013. He now lives with us in East Sussex in the United Kingdom and absolutely loves his life here – especially the open spaces and the mud, but most of all he loves chasing rabbits! I know that if he could, he would say a big thank you to all at the SPCA for giving him the chance to have such a fun life.  

Justin Birch

   
 
   

Top Tin

When I adopted Tin, it was one of the best day of my life. I had gone onto the SPCA website to find potential adoptees and that was where I found Tin. I spoke to my parents about adopting him. After a long discussion, they agreed and brought my sister and me to the SPCA to meet him. We were helped by many people at the SPCA. Once we adopted Tin, we brought him home. It took a while, but  after a few months, he settled well into his new life. Tin is a happy dog. I realise that Tin and I were meant for each other. I love him very much.

Elisabeth Mei Mohan

   
 
   

Sushi, the Kitten

We adopted Sushi, a gorgeous calico Japanese Bobtail from SPCA’s shelter on 1 September 2014. Surprisingly, all it took was a mere day for Sushi to adapt and be litter-trained in our home. She was gradually introduced to my pet guinea pig, Hero, over a few days. During this time, she only sniffed and watched him from a distance. Several weeks later, she now hangs out with Hero, greets him every morning from outside his cage, and tugs gently at him during playtime. Sushi is affectionate, friendly,  loves being held, kissed and hugged by my girls. We love her so dearly!

Thanks are due to our fosterer, Zoey Chia, for introducing her to my family and to SPCA for keeping her healthy and safe.

Sabrina Endra

 

   
 
   

Bizzy Bizcuit

In 2007, my parents adopted Bizcuit (formerly PiPi ) from SPCA. Bizcuit clung to my mother and even dug his claws into her shoulders and simply refused to let her go home without him. His pleading cries and eager big brown eyes were irresistible and Bizcuit was soon homeward bound!

My father passed away very shortly after Bizcuit came home with us, so my husband, Robin and I took over as parents to Bizcuit. We simply fell in love with him. With the passing of my father, the departure of my best friend and only sister to Australia, and the turmoil of family politics, I sunk into severe depression and developed PTSD. After having to seek professional help and medication, this did not quite help at all. I found that dedicating my time as a new found mother to Bizcuit did the trick!

Loving and caring for Bizcuit all these years has reaped amazing results for both my husband and myself, in our marriage as well as individuals. Bizcuit has reciprocated with so much love, laughter, joy and peace in our home. We cannot imagine life without Bizcuit anymore.

Today, we celebrated Bizcuit's 7th Gotcha Year with members of the Singapore Bichon Club. I have never felt so elated and truly blessed with Bizcuit who helped make us so many good friends. Bizcuit is not pedigree. He's a Cross Bichon-Poodle, but the good people of this Club simply adore him all the same, and are very supportive of adoption. They have gifted Bizcuit with so many thoughtful presents.

Robin and I are so grateful for the love, support and friendship. Bizcuit would like to keep all the toys, clothes and snacks given and share them with his little brother Tiny (a rust coloured Poodle, who's also adopted). We would love to share all his gift certificates and ang pows with his fellow friends at the SPCA, generously gifted by Clement and Jessy Lee, Pearly Tan, Vanessa and Leslie.

Here is a big thank you to all at the Singapore Bichon Club.

We pray that Bizcuit's blessings received from these wonderful people will spread the same love, joy and peace to all the rescued doggies at SPCA. We hope that they will soon find forever homes as Bizcuit has done for us in these seven years.

Robin Sing and Althea Leong

   
 
   


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