Thinking of getting a dog? Look no further than these dog shelters in Malaysia. You can help save a life by adopting an animal! When you adopt a pet from one of these dog shelters in Malaysia, you save 2 lives. The one you adopt, and the one that takes it's place. Do visit these animal shelters and bring a new furry friend home!
Dog Shelters In Malaysia
1. Furry Friends Farm
Located in Kundang, Furry Friends Farm is home to around 300 abused and abandoned animals, most of which are rescued cats and dogs. The farm is open every first Sunday of the month, where visitors can enjoy a guided farm tour and spend time with the animals. Visitors can adopt the animals in the farm.
Established in 1987, PAWS (PAWS Animal Welfare Society) is a non-profit animal shelter in Petaling Jaya. Most animals are surrendered here because they’re unwanted, in which case PAWS may or may not have to decide if the animal can be rehomed. The abandoned pet may have to be “put to sleep” if there is insufficient space at the animal shelter.
3. Second Chance Animal Society
Previously known as Paws Mission, Second Chance Animal Society (SCAS) is a no-kill shelter. The dedicated team aims to control the overpopulation of dogs and strongly encourage people to adopt a dog instead of buying. To date, the shelter has housed over 400 rescue dogs that were abandoned, abused or injured.
4. SPCA Selangor
Established in 1958, SPCA Selangor is considered the founding father of animal rights in Malaysia. Their mission is to protect defenseless animals and to alleviate their suffering. Among the ways that SPCA has helped rescue animals is by providing an adoption program, investigating animal cruelty reports, providing humane education, assisting community animal caregivers, and running a low-cost spay/neuter clinic. They also lobbies the government and local municipalities for the humane treatment of animals and harsher penalties for animal abusers.
5. KL Pooch Resort and Rescue (KLPRR)
KL Pooch Resort and Rescue (KLPRR) currently houses over a hundred rescue dogs, several of whom are handicapped. Note that it is a largely self-sustaining animal shelter that uses profits from boarding and other services to rescue and rehabilitate dogs from emergency situations. Dogs that have been nursed back to health are available for adoption.
6. Strive For Animals Welfare
Strive For Animal Welfare is a no-kill animal shelter and rescue team formed by genuine animal lovers. They aims to reduce amount of strays by spay and neutering program, rescue and rehome abandoned animal and create awareness. You can help by volunteering, making donation and adopting a dog or cat.Contact:
Website: Strive For Animals Welfare
Facebook: Strive For Animals Welfare