"Inspire new ways of thinking, enhance knowledge, improve behaviours and create great values."
A place to educate!
Stop Cruelty to animal. Build a harmonious community.
A place to Co-work with animal organization!
Create Synergy. Acquire a bigger impact on wellbeing.
Where do stray animals come from?
‧ Got Lost
‧ Abandonment of animals
‧ Huge demand for pets
‧ Animal breeders who breed pets for profits
‧ Unsprayed animals and their offspring
How to put an end to this?
It is a life, not an object!
It is a friend, not a toy!
It is a lifetime commitment.
It is life, be kind even if you don't like it.
Glance of Paws Hero Education Hub
Education Hub has various activities
– adoption day, workshop, seminar,
training (public or in-house), etc.
If you are interested in any public event, contact us for more details.
Founding Co-working Partner:
What you need to know about adoption...
move your cursor to see the tips ...
Be careful when choosing the adoption organization
Choose reputable animal organisations to prevent profit-making frauds. Fraudulent organisations may try to sell animals illegally while covering up as a legitimate shelter. These organisations will try to make money from new owners by selling them food, grooming products and health supplements, or asking for mandatory donations. If you see that most animals in the shelter are pure-breds then you should be aware, as most shelters are more likely to house mixed breeds than pure-breds.
Reputable animal organisations for your reference:
Remember you are adopting a real life, not a toy, and it’s a lifetime commitment
Building a relationship takes time. When you found your new family member, please spend more time on this relationship like newly-weds. This is why legitimate adoption agencies will take the time to screen and qualify new owners. They might visit your home, ask you to become a volunteer and make sure your home is safe for the animal. They are the final gatekeeper to make sure the animal is going to the right family and will live happily ever after.
Neutering your adopted animal
To minimize the growth in the number of stray cats and dogs, and for their long-term health benefits, all adopted animals should be neutered.
Animal shelters need to take care of large number of animals they retrieved from different places, providing them with food and shelter, as well as taking care of their health.
They also have to neuter and vaccinate the animals, and the operation of these activities could be costly, which could become serious financial pressure for the shelter. Therefore some shelters will charge new owners fees for neutering and basic vaccinations. If you are considering an adoption, please check with different shelters on their relevant charges before adopting.
Make sure that you clearly understand and agree to your preferred animal shelter’s adoption process and requirements because each shelter will be different.