SPCA Community Animal Clinic

SPCA runs Singapore’s only non-profit community animal clinic. Every year, our clinic operations alone require $600,000. Clinic consultations are strictly by appointment. Please call 6287 5355 Ext 14 or email clinic@spca.org.sg.

Who We Serve

1
Animal welfare groups & shelters
2
Independent rescuers
3
Community cat & dog caregivers
4
Low-income households

Case Highlights

Our dedicated team sees over 20 animals daily. In 2019, we did over 6,000 consultations and over 1,600 surgeries.

FAQs

Can SPCA sterilise my owned pet?

SPCA Clinic caters to community animals and owned pets from low-income families. If you fall within the low-income group, please email clinic@spca.org.sg with proof of financial aid e.g. from MSF, ComCare, Medaki, Sinda, MUIS, CDAC.

Kindly note that clinic charges will apply.

We are currently unable to provide treatment/surgery for all owned pets due to limited resources spent on SPCA and community animals. Read more about our sterilisation programmes here.

You are encouraged to bring your pet for sterilisation at private clinics; it is a one-off expense with long-term health benefits.

Theoretically, a single female cat (with all her female offspring reproducing freely) takes just three years to be the source of 20,000 new kittens! Of course, the male who sired the first litter is equally responsible.

As a pet owner, you can stop this cycle. Sterilise your dog or cat and tell others to do the same. And don’t forget, a sterilised animal is a happier, healthier pet!

Can I bring my pet to you?

SPCA’s clinic strictly serves community animals, other animal welfare groups, and low-income households, by appointment only. Charges may apply; our costs are subsidised and will allow us to serve more needy animals.

To arrange an appointment, please email clinic@spca.org.sg or call 6287 5355 ext.14 during work hours for more information. Unfortunately, we are unable to accept walk-ins or treat all owned pets due to a high caseload of emergencies and limited resources. We also do not provide hospitalisation services due to space constraints.

If you are unable to schedule an appointment with us in time, kindly bring your pet to your nearest private veterinary clinic.

I'm a community cat caregiver. How do I arrange an appointment?

Please click here for more information.

Contact Us