Share Some Love, Rent a Hope
又到星期六了！大家已经想好今天要做什么了吗？如果你喜欢狗狗，不妨在今天下午3点至6点期间到One Utama的Central Park Avenue去参与SPCA筹办的Rent for Hope活动。
这项活动除了让有兴趣养狗狗的朋友在下重要决定前可以一尝养狗的感觉，也是为了修建全新面貌的ECO SPCA Centre而举办的醒觉和筹款活动。
活动时间：3pm - 6pm
活动地点：Central Park Avenue, One Utama
Kuala Lumpur, 1 August 2013 – The Society For Prevention of Cruelty To Animals (SPCA) Selangor is organizing Rent for Hope on 3 August at Central Park Avenue, One Utama, from 3.00pm to 6.00pm, where public are encouraged to get to know the dogs, get closer, play and interact with the dogs and get a “feel” being a dog owner.
With a donation of RM20, you can walk or play with a dog in the park for 20 minutes. This is one of the first to embark from a series of adoption drive that will help SPCA to rehome about 130 dogs and 60 cats in order for the renovation and construction of a brand new ECO SPCA Centre, which will kick start in 30 days from now.
Rent for Hope give everyone an opportunity to understand and get to know the dogs before adopting and potential “parents” will be able to see and play with the dogs and see if they are ready to adopt the dogs. SPCA and their volunteers will be around to guide and advise potential adopters who wishes to adopt any of the dogs. You can speak to any SPCA staff and volunteers to see if you are ready to be a “parents” and what is required to be a responsible pet owner or you can just get to know the dogs, bring them for a walk – you never know, you might be walking away with a companion of your lifetime, a furry friend for yourself.
Join us at Rent a Hope by SPCA, only on 3rd August at Central Park Avenue, One Utama, from 3.00pm to 6.00pm. Donate RM20 for 20 minutes for a joyful and fulfilling by walking a dog. SPCA and the dogs will be there waiting for you!
About SPCA Selangor
SPCA Selangor was established in 1958 as an animal welfare charity registered with the Registrar of Societies. SPCA Selangor has been on the current premises for 53 years in its present state, in action against animal cruelty and advocating for more humane and more sustainable and a higher standard of care for animals in Malaysia, encompassing companion animals, animals in captivity (zoos), laboratory animals and recreational animals, not only in Selangor but in Malaysia.
The SPCA Selangor is extremely grateful that the Selangor State Government has recognized SPCA’s contribution to animal welfare and granted SPCA title to the current premises that sit on 2 acres. With approval to build imminent, SPCA Selangor will finally be rebuilt, with lush and magnificent trees that will be kept as an integral part of the new ECO SPCA. The new premises while enhance the living standards of our animals, incorporate Adoption and Surrender Counseling rooms, a big and modern Humane Education Resource room, proper quarantine areas, serene post-operation rooms and other facilities.
1. The Society For Prevention of Cruelty To Animals (SPCA) Selangor is an NGO which serves Selangor and The Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur.
2. SPCA Selangor was established in 1958, with the aim of protecting defenseless animals and alleviating their suffering.
3. The SPCA does not receive any government funding, relying entirely on donations from the public to support its services & activities.
4. The SPCA Animal Shelter & Adoption Centre at Ampang Jaya temporarily houses 300-350 unwanted animals at any one time while seeking new homes for them. The animals are made up of surrendered pets, rescued cruelty-case animals, strays or abandoned animals brought in by Good Samaritans.
5. The SPCA would like to work closely with the people of Malaysia to elevate the welfare standards for Malaysian animals – ensuring owners responsibly neuter their pets, provide adequate food, space, exercise, care and medical attention, as well as encouraging them to be responsible neighbors.