Beat The Monday Blues: Rabbit running in slo-mo

Have you seen a rabbit running slo-mo? Mitsie is going to overload you with her cuteness!

Rabbits need to exercise daily and the duration is determined by their breed and age. Depending on their personality, some bunnies will not be comfortable wearing a harness or leash. Do some conditioning training to get your rabbit acclimatized to the harness and leash. Otherwise, an indoor runaround the house (bunny-proofed) is a great way to let those energy off too!

Pet Adoption Friday: Creamy and Sophie from Action for Singapore Dogs



Name: Creamy and Sophie
Sex: Male and Female
Age: 3.5 months (June 2016)
Breed: Local
Personality: Creamy and Sophie were part of a litter of 10. As they have interacted with humans since young, both sweet siblings are well-socialised and pee pad trained.

If you wish to adopt Creamy or Sophie, do drop ASD an email at

Beat The Monday Blues: All about the (terrapin) base

Baby terrapins are adorable. However, do you know that the little tank (which comes with the terrapin when you first get it) is not sufficient to sustain his lifestyle when he starts to grow larger?

If you are interested in keeping a terrapin or keen to learn more about the animal, this video will be informative as it explains in detail about setting up an ideal habitat for your livelong pet.

Pet Adoption Friday: Dave and DonJee from SPCA


Name: Dave
Sex: Male
Age: 6 years 6 months
Breed: Mongrel
Personality: Dave is good with people and likes his walks. He is uncomfortable with high-energy dogs but is learning to stay calm and walk nicely past these dogs, at a distance.


Name: DonJee
Sex: Male
Age: 5 years 5 months
Breed: Local
Personality: DonJee is a really confident and handsome chap. He is extremely affectionate and loves company. He would prefer to be the only cat in the home and would be best with older children. He will be a loyal friend for life!

If you wish to adopt DonJee or Dave, do visit them at SPCA's shelter during their opening hours.

Beat The Monday Blues: Shelter dog saved a dying man

What happens when a dying man meets a shelter dog? They give each other a new lease of life!

Eric was severely obese when he decided to adopt Peety. Together, not only their health improved, they helped to build each other's confidence and fulfilled Eric's long-time wish to run a marathon.

Sadly, Peety had to go when his time was up. Even though he has passed on, his spirit remains in his owner's heart.

Pets are willing to give you unconditional support whenever you need so don't forget to reciprocate too!

Pet Adoption Friday: Pretty and Raichu from SOSD Singapore


Name: Pretty
Sex: Female
Age: 1.5 years old (1 March 2015)
Breed: Mongrel
Personality:Pretty is a very active girl and she loves getting attention from the people she trusts. However, she takes a while to warm up to new people and other animals. Whenever Pretty sees her fosterer, she gets excited and will stand all the way straight to give her hugs! Pretty will do better with a family who has experience with dog training as she tends to pounce on people.

If you are interested, please fill out the adoption form at this link.


Name: Raichu
Sex: Male
Age: 4 months old (5 May 2016)
Breed: Mongrel
Personality:Raichu was a bit shy when he first came to the shelter, but it didn't take long before he warmed up and became a happy little pup trotting around the volunteers!

If you are interested, please fill out the adoption form at this link.