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With the numbers, let's hope that a more educated Singapore would move towards more humane methods of stray population control.

SINGAPORE - Only a small minority of people want stray dogs, wild boars and monkeys to be culled, according to a first-of-its-kind survey of 600 Singaporeans by the Animal Concerns Research and Education Society (Acres).
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It was tiring to smitten the human with our wagging tail at Pet Expo 2015. We will be waiting for 'speed dates' from 4pm to 5pm tomorrow. See you & Good Night!

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It was tiring to smitten the human with our wagging tail at Pet Expo 2015. We will be waiting for 'speed dates' from 4pm to 5pm tomorrow. See you & Good Night!

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Boy, it was tiring to smitten the human with our wagging tails at Pet Expo 2015 'I Adopt...Love.'. We will be waiting for 'speed dates' from 4pm to 5pm tomorrow. See you & Good Night!

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It was tiring to smitten the human with our wagging tail at Pet Expo 2015. We will be waiting for 'speed dates' from 4pm to 5pm tomorrow. See you & Good Night!

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Pet expo 2015! Let the pooches who are up for adoption smitten you at the 'speed dating' park!! Happening throughout the day. Our handsome and pretties will be wagging their tail into their date's heart from 4pm to 5pm.

P/S: This cute gentleman is not part of 'speed dating' deal.

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Goldie- Jie Jie don't have to be scared of the water. I'm here. *pat pat the head*

Goldie is still looking for a home! Join 'The Pawfect Match' that's happening on next weekend at Pet Expo, Singapore Expo Hall 8! Find out more on https://www.facebook.com/events/1553432241564780/

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Goldie's still looking for a good home!

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Mutts & Mittens Community is at Mutts & Mittens.

Mutts and Mittens' 15 Days of CNY; Day 6:
GOLDIE

•3YearsYoung•Male•GoldenRetriever•

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An exbreeding who was used for breeding, his breeder decided to put him down when he developed very severe demodex. He was rescued and has since been treated for his skin problem.
Being an active dog, Goldie loves going outdoors. He loves his walks and walks well on leash. He also loves running at the field and socialising with other dogs. He is shy around new faces he meet, but once comfortable, he will be very affectionate towards you.

Goldie wishes everyone a Happy Chinese New Year!

Email adoptions@muttsnmittens.com to meet this lovely boy!
--Felicia--

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This shocking image was circulated online. According to a witness, this street cat was a victim of a road accident with its head intact. A very kind man remove it from the road and placed it in the styrofoam box beside a garbage bin which someone in turn placed the box under a tree.

Thank you to the kind man who removed the cat from the road. Should anyone meet with such incident, you may wish to call NEA for further assistance.

You will get the shock of your life when you see what Stomper found under Sembawang Rd tree
singaporeseen.stomp.com.sg
Humane Society Singapore added 11 new photos from January 30, 2015 to the album: AVA Pet's for life "I Adopt...Love." Roadshow (31st Jan) — with Lim Yin and Felicia Ang.
January 30, 2015

Thank you Mutts & Mittens, House Of Pups for your participations and all the many volunteers who helped! Interested adopters, please email us at judie.chang@humanesocietysingapore.org with your pet ownership experience and also about your household.

Attention all adopters!! We are on our way to 'I adopt...Love.' @ big splash. Come on over to find us!

Interested adopter, please drop us an email to find out more about them! #petforadoption #petsforlife #exbreedingdogsforadoption #upforadoption #avaroadshow #secondchance #humanesocietysingapote #houseofpups #beagle #goldenretrievers #labrador #labxgolden #lookingforgoodhome

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Many of the lovely pooches from our partnering shelters, rehomers and responsible breeder will be there to look for a place they call home! A place where life is all about cuddles, treats, outings and snuggling in bed with their favoritest person!

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Though things did not work out for Bagel aka twiggy, we would like to thank Adelene and family for trying their utmost best to care for her during her stay with the family.

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A warm toasted bagel and cheese makes one of the most awesome breakfast. Who needs a Bagel?

4 year old exbreeding female beagle, Bagel, rescued by House Of Pups. SG is looking for a cozy home. Interested adopters please drop us a PM or email us at judie@humanesocietysingapore.org with an introduction of yourself and your pet ownership experience.

[Photo credit - DeDamselfly Photography]

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Dear Santa,

I have been a good boy this year and is recovering from my demodex condition. Please send me a loving home with lots of treats and toys, a cozy sofa that I can laze on during the day and a warm bed whereby I can snuggle with my humans at night. It would be prefect that I get to spend quality time with my humans at the parks, beaches and doggy cafés.

Sincerely yours,...
Goldie (2 year old exbreeding Golden Retriever rescued by House Of Pups. SG)

**To adopt me, email my human at Judie.chang@humanesocietysingapore.org or PM Humane Society Singapore with an introduction of your pet ownership history.

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While one has gone to her forever home, 9 months old Marchie (Male) & MiMi (Female) from House Of Pups. SG are still waiting for their suitable families. If you can provide them with a cozy home, drop us an email about your pet ownership experience at Judie.chang@humanesocietysingapore.org.

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Humane Society Singapore is with Anderson Tan and Felicia Ang.

TGIF! Meet the three 7 months old Golden Labrador musketeers who are up for adoption!

According to House Of Pups. SG, now that they are so big, keeping them in ...cages seems inhumane and no one seems to ask about them so it's better for them to find a good home rather than staying here.

(From left to right) Marchie - Male, MiMi - Female, Maxie - Female

Interested adopters could drop us an introduction email and share with us your pet ownership experience at Judie.chang@humanesocietysingapore.org

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