Vision: A compassionate Singapore where all animals are treated with kindness and respect.
Mission: To promote kindness and prevent cruelty to animals through education, advocacy and action.
Ambition: To be the leading authority and advocate on animal welfare and cruelty issues in Singapore.
The Society provides various animal welfare services to the community including:
– Animal cruelty and welfare investigations
– 24-hour emergency animal rescue
– Running a shelter for stray, abandoned and unwanted pets
– Complementary veterinary care and spay/neuter surgeries for community animals
– School based education programmes, and conducted group visits to SPCA
– Education talks, seminars and workshops
– Foster care for young animals
– Lost and found pets
– Providing volunteer opportunities to enhance corporate and community engagement
– Rehoming notice board for personal adoption notices
– Advocacy for wildlife, companion and community animals and animals in the entertainment, fashion, food and laboratory industries
Intended use of funds through the YFC 2018 programme
We are planning to expand our animal clinic in 2018 to provide more comprehensive and subsidised veterinary services to not only our shelter animals but also to animals in other shelters, community animals and pets from low income households. The upgraded clinic will allow us to tend to animals with more serious injuries in-house rather than sending them to external clinics.
Our clinic will focus on the following areas:
1. Providing preventive healthcare – to prevent the development of disease
2. Treatment and surgery – for sick and injured animals
3. High volume sterilisation surgeries – for humane animal population control and responsible pet ownership.
The funds raised from the YFC 2018 programme will help us to purchase new clinic equipment such as blood testing machines.
Engaging and involving the YFC participants
The YFC participants will be invited down to the SPCA and given a tour around our compound to give them more understanding about the work we do. They are more than welcomed to have some first-hand experience and interaction with our shelter animals.