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  • Adoption Successful Cases 61
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About Adoption

Animals for adoption are far different from those available in pet shops. They usually have experiences of constantly struggling for survival on a daily basis, living as a stray, or being neglected, or awfully treated by previous owners. It takes extra time and effort for them to establish/re-establish a bond with humans! Below are the steps to take for animal adoption. We hope this can help you make an informed and rational decision about whether or not to adopt!

STEP 1

Make a reservation to meet the animals

STEP 2

Meet the animals & get prepared

STEP 3

Bringthem home!

STEP 4

Adoption Checklist + Budget
STEP 1
Make a reservation to meet the animals

Take only ~5 mins with a few clicks!

  1. Go to https://suppaw.com/adoption
  2. Filter breed/gender/age/size according to your preferences
  3. View the animal's profileand press "Adopt Now!" if he/she is the one!
    (Press "Whatsapp Us" if you have any enquiries.)
  4. Fill in all neesssary information~
  5. We will get back with you within 2 working days.
STEP 2
Adoption

Congraulations on finding he one!
Finish the steps below and he/she s waiting for you!

  1. Fill in the extra information required by the animal shelter.
  2. Prepare all the necessities for the pet
  3. Home visit / prepare a video of your home
  4. Open your arms and welcome your new family member!
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Adoption Checklist & Budget

DOGS

  1. Food (getting the same food as what they've been fed at the animal shelter/foster family is recommended for the first few weeks!)
  2. Snacks(for training purposes)
  3. Bed
  4. Pet cage /fence
  5. Food and water bowl (porcelain & stainless steel ones recommended due to their antibacterial properties)
  6. Dog leash
  7. Dog pads
  8. Dog toilet tray (required for puppies)
Initial Expense: $1000 Annual Expense: $15,000 - $25,000

CATS

  1. Cat food (getting the same food as what they've been fed at the animal shelter/foster family is recommended for the first few weeks!)
  2. Snacks
  3. Cat cabinet/cage
  4. Food and water bowl (porcelain & stainless steel ones recommended due to their antibacterial properties)
  5. Cat litter and litter box
  6. Safety nets on Windows
  7. Scratching board
Initial Expense: $1000 Annual Expense: $15,000 - $25,000