Celebrate the start of school holidays with the SPCA’s Pawsome Pawty!
- Date: 27 May 2023
- Time: 10.30am to 4.30pm
- Venue: SPCA Singapore, 50 Sungei Tengah Road Singapore 699012
Get your tickets now which gives you access to shelter tours, meet and greets and more!
- Pricing: $15/pax
- Family / group of 4 pax discount: $45
Do you love animals? Are you a budding artist?
If your answer is yes, then take part in our drawing competition during our SPCA’s Pawsome Pawty on Saturday, 27 May! Unleash your creativity and express your passion for animal welfare through your very own masterpiece. Top art pieces from each category will win special prizes and selected pieces will be featured on our website for public voting. The crowd favourite will be printed on SPCA merchandise! ❤️
🐾27 May 2023
🐾Draw anywhere at SPCA
🐾10.30am to 2.30pm
🖌️ Category 1: Up to 7 years old
Theme: Our Animal Friends
Explore the wonderful world of animals!
🖌️ Category 2: 8-12 years old
Theme: Be Kind to Animals
Show us why we have to be kind to animals.
🖌️ Category 3: 13-16 years old
Theme: SPCA Pawtraits.
Look at our website to draw our animals, help us capture their unique personality!
Time: 11.30am to 4.30pm
6 pax per group
Walk-ins only, no pre-registration required
*Do note that waiting time is expected to be long, so grab some food and drinks while queuing!
*If you are interested in adopting any of our furriends, you can speak to your guide at the end of your session.
All About Meows Parent-Child Programme
Join us for the first-ever AAU x SPCA parent-child programme and learn all about meows, what they need and how to keep them safe and healthy!
Recommended for children aged 6 to 12 years old, accompanied by one parent.
Timeslots: Session 1: 11.30am to 12.30pm Session 2: 1.30pm to 2.30pm Venue: SPCA Youth Expawrer Room
Yes, you can! Tickets can be purchased at the registration booth. The only payment methods accepted at the registration booth are PayNow (preferred) and cash.
We encourage visitors to pay by PayNow (preferred) and cash. While some purchases/ payments to the SPCA can be made by credit card and NETS, payment by card can only be done at our main reception hence, there may be a longer waiting time.
You may bring your pets to the event, as long as they are kept in a carrier or leashed at all times and are comfortable with crowds. They can enter our carnival areas but for the safety of your pets and the animals under our care, pets are not able to enter our adoption centre and dog runs.
Children aged 5 years and below do not need a ticket to join us for the carnival. However, you may still purchase a ticket as a donation to the SPCA. Thank you for your support!
We encourage visitors to bring along an umbrella and cap to protect themselves from the different weather conditions.
Our carpark will be closed for the day. Do park at nearby facilities instead.
The nearest MRT stop to SPCA is Choa Chu Kang MRT. You may take bus 172 from Chua Chu Kang bus interchange or bus 975 from the bus stop in front of the Keat Hong Community Club. Both buses will stop at the bus stop named “Opposite Chengtai Nursery” which is opposite of the SPCA.
If you are interested in adopting an animal, you may approach our counsellors who will be at our adoption centre. They will take you through the entire adoption process. As we anticipate queues for our adoption centre tour, we seek your patience and kind understanding should there be any delays or waiting times.
We are hoping for sunny skies and great weather. However, we do advise guests to bring an umbrella just In case it rains The main event areas are tented but there might be some unsheltered areas that you might need to walk through.
Tickets purchased for this event are non-refundable but you may give it to others. We seek your kind understanding in this matter.
Yes! There will be plenty of child-friendly activities such as face painting, stage performances and meet and greets with our animals.
Don’t worry! We have plenty of activities that do not involve direct interaction with animals. At the same time, we take safety very seriously and all our animals are always leashed or handled in a carrier.
Many of our animals are still very shy and learning to socialise with humans. To minimise stress, we appeal to all visitors to lower their voices and avoid sudden movements, poking or sticking their hands into the enclosures. As our animals may be on special diets, please avoid feeding them anything. If you are in direct contact with our animals, let them approach you first before petting or playing with them.