Purely Adoptions tries our best to rescue and rehome as many animals as well could. However, with the limited Fosterers, it is often beyond our capacity to take in all the strays we see. Hence, we provide 5 stray feeders with 1000kg of rice every month in hopes that as many stray dogs as possible could be fed. At the very least, we hope we could provide the stray dogs with a filled tummy if we could not give them a home.
Located around Singapore, these stray feeders will cook rice for the dogs every day regardless of the weather. Purely Adoptions also do checks to ensure that the donations are not abused. We also will support more stray feeders or ad hoc stray feeders if we have more resources available.
Our Stray Feeders are:
- Lee Chew Tampines
- Bee Lian Pasir Ris
- Mei Mei Khaki Bukit
- Shirlin Lorong Chuan
- Anne Bedok
- Cindy Punggol
- Wari & Suresh Kumar Bukit Panjang
- Yishun Forest Uncle Yishun
If you would like to donate to Purely Adoptions, or to any stray feeders specifically, please do not hesitate to find out more at our Donation Page.
Stray feeders will usually prepare food the night before as they have to prepare large quantity of rice and meat to feed the many strays all around Singapore. This requires much financial support as well and we try our best to provide them with monthly supplies of rice. However, we have many more stray feeders on our waiting list that we really hope to but is unable to support. Your contribution will be important to these stray feeders, who braces the weather everyday to ensure that the dogs are full. They can also help to identify and sterilize the strays to prevent them from breeding.
Follow one of our stray feeder in her day where she travels to ulu places to feed the many roaming strays. The many years of feeding the strays at the location has already allowed her to form a rapport with every stray dogs there and she could remember each and everyone of them by heart. Other stray feeders even climb through windows to ensure that the strays living within the deserted buildings are fed while others bring the injured ones to the vet.