Last week, we showed you our kitty pals and their antics as they attempted to take a bath. Today, we turn the spotlight on to the dogs, this particular dog, in fact. Don't say we didn't warn you but you're in for a good giggle!
Every pet owner wants the best for their pets. When dogs are out for their walks, they are exposed to germs around them which may cause infection or diseases. By giving your dog a bath, you're not only helping to keep them clean, but healthy as well!
There are a lot of misconceptions about the sterilisation of pets - the animal is going to get fatter, less fun... Some people feel it would be such a joy to see their beloved pets have their own 'family' and that they would share the same happiness.
Sorry to disappoint you but animals don't really need to start families. Moreover, where can the babies go if there are no responsible humans who are willing to take care of them?
Lastly, an unsterilized pet risks getting more critical illnesses such as cancers of the reproductive organs.
We highly encourage that you sterilise your pet. If you have further concerns, please get in touch with your pet's vet to find out more.
We often hear how cats hates water and trying to bathe them can be such nightmares! Today, we bring you a compilation video of cats who, interestingly, adore being in water!
Part of grooming involves giving pets a bath. Just make sure that the water temperature is not too cold for the cat and blow dry them well after that. As cats are natural groomers (they lick themselves), they don't require as frequent a bath as the dogs. Remember, a pet's hygiene is as important as ours.
Name: Rover Sex: Male Age: 3 years old Breed: Cross Breed Colour: Brown/Tan HDB-approved: Yes
Rover is an energetic boy who loves to go on his walks. He's currently learning good manners to be calm and polite while interacting with humans and is showing progress. A vocal boy, Rover barks to tell you what he wants. Rover is not picky with food and will give his utmost attention to you during training when food is used. Also, give him a bone and he will be super happy and contented! This bubbly boy would like a human buddy to play with him and pet him. Give him a good rub on his neck and back and he will reciprocate with tons of love!
Name: Sweets Sex: Female Age: 3 years old Colour: Black/White
This kitty is quite independent and is looking for a home with experienced cat owners who can understand the feline personality. Sweets is a loner who is best in a one-cat home. Very pretty, her black and white coat will complement a warm, loving home!
If you wish to adopt Rover or Sweets, do visit them at SPCA's shelter during their opening hours:
Viewing Hours - Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday - 10.00am to 4.00pm - Sunday and Public Holidays (PH) - 11.00am to 3.30pm - Thursday - Closed (unless it is a Public Holiday) - On the eve of Chinese New Year, Christmas Day and New Year's Day, the shelter, administration office and clinic will close at 12.30pm. The reception will remain open - As the process of adoption takes at least half an hour, SPCA is unable to process any adoption within 30 minutes to the stated closing time for that day.
Interested parties can also call 6287 5355 ext. 24 (during our opening hours) to check if the animals featured are available for adoption (this is because the animals featured may have been adopted by the time the post is published).