Animal Welfare Partners

Love animals? 

Me too! A 10% Discount is available if you are a member of one of these welfare groups. 

The discount applies to all session fees 3 hours and longer for Actual Day Wedding, Wedding Dinner, ROM, Party and Events. It also applies to Pre-Wedding, Wedding, Family & Pet Portrait Photography sessions.

The Cat Welfare Society is a charity that aims to promote a humane, responsible and informed society in Singapore where cats are cared for responsibly as pets and treated with kindness as community cats. The society also actively promotes sterilisation as a vital personal responsibility of a cat owner and an effective means to control our community cat population, instead of destruction. Every person should be encouraged to treat animals with kindness and respect. We hope that one day, with your help, there will no longer be unwanted cats on the streets, vulnerable to neglect and abuse. Every cat should have a loving home or safe shelter where it can live without suffering and fear. 

Become a CWS member.


Causes for Animals (Singapore) Limited is an animal welfare charity set up to support the needs of local animal welfare in Singapore. CAS believes that working hand in hand with other organisations is vital and the best means to benefit local street dogs and cats. Companion Animals are part of every community in Singapore and our programs are developed to recognise and provide aid for as many pet lovers as we can. Our mission is to save the lives of the homeless and unwanted companion animals of Singapore and to employ programs and policies to promote best practice, ethical, sustainable and compassionate treatment of these animals.

Donate $40 or more to CAS and send me your receipt.


The House Rabbit Society of Singapore (HRSS) believes that ALL rabbits are valuable as individuals, regardless of breed purity, temperament, state of health, or relationship with humans. The welfare of all rabbits is our primary consideration.  HRSS runs a fostering programme to rescue and re-home abandoned rabbits. Every rescued rabbit is spayed or neutered, receives individual care including toys, medical care, healthy food and treats, and lots of love. HRSS participates in numerous public events and maintains a website to educate the general public about rabbit care and behaviour. Our popular schools’ programme serves to impart the young with the right attitude in treating and caring for animals. 

Become an HRSS member.


The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) is a registered animal welfare charity with IPC status. The SPCA is not a government agency and relies on donations from our supporters to continue our important role as animal protector. The two main objectives of the SPCA are to promote kindness to and prevent cruelty to animals and birds.

The Society provides various animal welfare services to the community including a 24-hour emergency service for sick, injured and very young animals, Investigation of cruelty complaints, sterilisation voucher programme for strays, a clinic for basic treatment of stray animals, an adoption programme, a service for lost and found pets and running an animal shelter and supporting quarantine for unwanted, abused and abandoned animals. 

Become an SPCA member.

Using Format