Pet Adoption Friday: Eligible bachelors and bachelorettes at The Pawfect Match, a speed-dating encounter with dogs at Pet Expo 2015

If you need a reason to come to Pet Expo 2015, this should be it!
These lovely bachelors and bachelorettes are all longing for the love and warmth of a furever home.

If you have signed up for our speed-dating encounter, you might just get the chance to date one or more of the dogs featured in today's post. We welcome on-the-spot registrations! (:

Agency for Animal Welfare







Animal Lovers League

ALL_Ah Niu

Ah Niu





Causes for Animals Singapore







Humane Society Singapore







Noah's Ark CARES



SoSD Singapore





...and many more!

Other eligible cats, rabbits and small animals from:

Cat Welfare Society
House Rabbit Society Singapore and
Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals

are also up for adoption!

See you at The Pawfect Match!

For more the latest updates and information, join us at our Facebook Event Page.

Beat the Monday Blues – Best baby sitter in the world - Here, have this!

Need a babysitter? Look no further as Charlie the beagle has pretty much the skills and love for the youngest member in his family.

If you're considering adopting a pet but have a baby at home, do let our Animal Welfare Groups know so that they can match you with a pet that are comfortable with babies around.

The Pawfect Match - Speed-dating Encounter with Dogs - FAQs

Have you signed up to meet the adorable dogs that are looking for homes from our animal welfare groups? If not, what are you waiting for? Sign up at Pet Expo's website now!

For those of you who have, here’s some very useful FAQs. Go ahead, click on the image and read it! It will help calm your nerves on the day of your date.

Also, stay tuned to our Facebook Events Page for updates about this fun adoption drive!


Pet Adoption Friday: Horlicks and Singa from House Rabbit Society Singapore


Name: Horlicks
Age: 2 years old
Sex: Male
Breed: Local

Horlicks is a young and active boy who doesn't make much of a mess.


Name: Singa
Age: 1.5 years old
Sex: Male
Breed: 'Lionhead' mix

Singa is a handsome boy with 'lionhead' features. He is outgoing and appreciates a loving human to love him for life.

If you wish to adopt Horlicks or Singa, you may contact Ms Betty Tan @

Pet Care Tips: How to help a cat adjust to a new home

You're keen to adopt a cat but have heard of horror stories where the newly adopted cat escapes from the house and never make his way back. Or, the cat perpetually hides in a corner and never comes out after a looong time. How can you help your cat adjust to your home? This video may be helpful. Cat Welfare Society and SPCA Singapore will have cats up for adoption at our The Pawfect Match adoption drive at Pet Expo. Do come down and check them out this 20 to 22 March!

Beat the Monday Blues: Who's the cleverest Budgie of all?

Budgerigars (known as parakeets in the United States) may be small in size but they're definitely no bird brain! They can learn up to 200 hundred words and a variety of tricks! Watch this budgie in action to see just how clever these little birds can be!

If you're hoping to get another pet, it is important that you commit yourself to training your pet. As the video has proven, a good owner-pet relationship truly rewards. Do spend time teaching new tricks to your parakeet. Who knows, you might just be grooming your parakeet to pet superstardom!

Pet Adoption Friday: Hansel, Gritel and Shiny from Cat Welfare Society


(left: Gritel, right: Hansel)

Name: Hansel (Male) and Gritel (Female)
Age: 5 months old
Breed: Domestic Short Hair
Sterilised: Not yet (but they will need to once they are 6 months old)
Litter-trained: Yes
Personality: Friendly


Name: Shiny
Age: 4 years old
Sex: Female
Breed: Domestic Short Hair
Sterilised: Yes
Vaccinated: Yes

After she was rescued in 2013, this black beauty now lives in a cattery with other cats awaiting adoption.

If you wish to adopt:
Hansel or Gritel, you may contact Ran @ 8236 4943.
Shiny, you may contact LiFeline @

Pet Care Tips: How to teach an old dog new tricks

Most people have this impression that in order to be able to better bond and train their new dog, they must get a puppy. Well, that's far from the truth. Older pets are usually less boisterous and will adapt to a new home faster and more easily. They are also as adept as picking up new tricks as long as their physical condition allows them to do so. Many of the Animal Welfare Groups have adult and older dogs waiting for new homes, so why not give them a chance to move their way into your heart? If you're looking for a canine companion, do sign up for our speed-dating encounter with the dogs at Pet Expo this 20 to 22 March. Find out more at our Events Page!

[EVENT] The Pawfect Match - An 'I Adopt...Love' Adoption Drive by AVA @ Pet Expo


For full event details, join us at our The Pawfect Match - An 'I Adopt... Love' Adoption Drive by AVA @ Pet Expo Facebook Events Page. (:

For a full list of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs), click here.

Beat the Monday Blues: Excuse me, may I have your carrot?

It's not every day you get to see a hamster taking off with an entire carrot, much less belonging to a rabbit. Well, today is one such day.

As much as it's adorable to see two different animals coming together, remember to always be on site to supervise to prevent any accidents. Make sure introduction is done properly between the animals. Here's a link that may be able to help you with introduction.