Kristy Yew, Rehomer Team

Kristy Yew, Rehomer Team

“Saving one dog will not change the world, but surely for that one dog, the world will change forever.” Karen Davison, A Dog’s Guide to Humans For Kristy, who is a member of the Rehomer Team and is in-charge of rehoming efforts in the West, volunteering with SOSD is basically a way of life. Even […]

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Connie

Weekend Volunteer, Connie

Meet Connie, an active volunteer at SOSD. Connie’s volunteer journey started in 2013, the same year when SOSD took over Mdm Yap’s abandoned shelter. It was Connie’s sister, Colleen (another SOSD volunteer) who stumbled upon a website that covered the heartbreaking story of 26 dogs that were abandoned and left to die. This pair of […]

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Stasha

Healing Paws Volunteer, Stasha

“Join us as a volunteer” – *click* – and that’s how Stasha started out as a volunteer with SOSD. Then, Stasha badly wanted to have a dog of her own, but her parents thought otherwise. Stasha, then a fresh graduate from a polytechnic, decided to volunteer to walk dogs at SOSD. It was the only […]

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Uncle Mark

Uncle Mark

Meet Mark, or “Uncle Mark”, as other volunteers affectionately call him, an avid dog lover and owner since 12. Do not be fooled, Uncle Mark is more than meets the eye – he is a retired Colonel, with a wealth of professional and life experiences. The many adventures Mark and his dogs shared together motivated […]

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An avid photographer Wen Jye

An avid photographer Wen Jye

Meet a volunteer who is responsible for many of the beautiful pictures you see on our Facebook, Instagram and website! Wen Jye, who is an avid photographer, uses his skills in a meaningful way, by volunteering with the SOSD Photography team. Over the past two years, Wen Jye has volunteered his skills and time to […]

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SOSD Fantastic Four

SOSD Fantastic Four

Meet the Fantastic Four in SOSD’s TNR (Trap, Neuter, Release) Team who do a task many cannot even dream of doing. They stake out rural areas, sometimes for days, trying to trap homeless dogs, so that these can be sterilised, then released back where they came from. Why is TNR so important? It is the […]

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Big-hearted Juhi Bebe

Big-hearted Juhi & Bebe

A year ago, SOSD rehoming volunteer Juhi stood up to foster Bebe, a blind, 10 year old girl from a fish farm. Before she knew it, Juhi fell in love with Bebe, and adopted her. Big-hearted Juhi sent Bebe for cataract surgery, so that she can see again, and today, in a fairy tale happy […]

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Jocelin, Merry's adopter

Jocelin, Merry’s adopter

“Back in November 2015 I was a polytechnic student doing my internship, and I had some free time so I looked up the Internet for dog shelters to volunteer. When I first joined the shelter I did not think of adopting a dog because my parents did not allow it, and that’s also why I […]

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