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'NO' To Dolphins In Captivity

UPDATE: SPCA joins Animals For Asia to speak against the development of a dolphinarium in Da Nang, Vietnam. See letter and petition to support the cause.

On the 11 June 2014, our Executive Director, Corinne Fong, spoke to Channel NewsAsia, offering our perspectives on the issue of animals held in captivity

SPCA calls on Resort World Sentosa (RWS) to release remaining 23 dolphins

4 June 2014: Channel News Asia: SPCA calls on RWS to release remaining 23 dolphins
4 June

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Stop Puppy Mill Misery

For latest updates on the puppy mill campaign, please click here.

A puppy mill is a large-scale commercial dog breeding operation where profit is given priority over the well-being of the dogs. Many of these facilities mass-produce puppies under substandard conditions; dogs live in cramped, deplorable environments and many of them are diseased and deprived of proper nutrition, medical attention, companionship and socialisation.

Poor breeding practices often result in puppies with genetic flaws and  physical abnormalities, which are not always evident at the time of purchase. The ones with obvious flaws that cannot be sold are often

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Say No To Fur Products

Fur is for animal - SPCA says "NO" to fur produces.

We are partnering CFAF (Change for Animals Foundation) and ACRES (Animal Concerns Research and Education Society) to raise public awareness about the cruelty inherent in all fur production. We are encouraging all our supporters and members of the general public to urge retailers in the country to stop selling or semi producing products containing animal fur.

By ending the demand for fur, we should stop its production and supply, and in doing so, we can then prevent the suffering of millions of animals worldwide every year. 

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