You have the ability to make a difference in an animal's life too! In Singapore, there are many kind souls out there that help the poor strays to find a loving home. Check out and visit these cat shelters – and don’t forget to bring a feline friend home if you are ready for a new pet.
1.The Cat Museum
The Cat Museum is a volunteer-run, non-profit sanctuary for rescued strays. Founded in 2015, a total of 325 cats have been adopted so far. It’s an ideal place to visit and adopt cat.
Address: 8 Purvis Street, #02-02 Singapore 188587
Webpage: The Cat Museum
Tel: +65 6336 2133
2.Animal Lovers League Singapore
Animal Lovers League (ALL) is the largest serving animal welfare groups in Singapore. It’s a registered organization which aims to help the animals who have been abandoned, traumatized, abused and rescued. It ‘s a home to 700 dogs and cats.
Address: 61 Pasir Ris Farmway 3, Singapore 518232
Webpage: Animal Lovers League (ALL)
3.Cat Welfare Society
Established in 1999, Cat Welfare Society is a non-profit organization that aims to promote a humane, responsible and informed society in Singapore where felines are cared and treated with kindness. They were registered as a charity in June 2004.
Webpage: Cat Welfare Society
Purely Adoptions is a shelter that started in 2009, which helps both dogs and cats. Purely Woof and Purely Meow was created to help rehome stray animals, abandoned family pets and to assist stray feeders and rescuers.
Webpage: Purely Adoptions
Tel: +65 9001 8848
5.Mutts & Mittens
Mutts & Mittens is a commercial boarding facility which has been involved in animal welfare work. They have about 100 rescued cats and dogs looking for homes. Most of them are old and require medical care. They are seeking for close collaborations with rescuers and volunteers.
Address: Mutts & Mittens Pte Ltd, 11 Pasir Ris Farmway 2, Singapore 519326
Webpage: Mutts & Mittens
Tel: +65 6583 7371
Founded by a compassionate lady who believes that animals should not be put to sleep, MettaCats is a volunteer group that strives to provide care for sick and abused animals. It serves as a halfway house for injured and abused strays. MettaCats’s ultimate objective is to rehome all rehabilitated cats.
7.SPCA (Society for the Protection of Animals)
SPCA takes in over 300 dogs and cats a month. A glance at the adoption gallery of sorrow looking animals makes you want to rush down and adopt them! SPCA is also part of the recent changing rules of the approval of certain breeds living in HDBs.
Address: SPCA, 50 Sungei Tengah Road, Singapore 699012,
Webpage: SPCA Singapore
Tel: +65 6287 5355