Oasis Second Chance Animal Shelter (OSCAS) is Tiny Krew’s Adopted Charity for June!
We’ve always wanted Tiny Krew to be more than a business – we wanted it to be a business that cares; one that helps the very animals that we love so dearly. When we got to know Mary and Anita, the founders of Oasis Second Chance Animal Shelter, or OSCAS for short, we were deeply moved by their great generosity and enormous efforts made to better the lives of stray dogs in Singapore.
The two gregarious ladies have been feeding strays for the last decade and became great pals in the process. In 2005, the authorities announced that the areas they frequented to feed strays were going to cleared for urban redevelopment and the dogs would be culled in the process. The duo managed to persuade the authorities to allow them enough time to evacuate all the dogs and OSCAS was born. Since then, both Mary and Anita have been caring for their own shelter dogs on top of going out every night to feed other strays.
We were already on the lookout for a charity to adopt and we thought, why not OSCAS? They stand for all the things we believe in – being kind to animals, giving strays a home, and ensuring their general wellbeing is looked after.
Having visited the OSCAS shelter and getting to know their dogs, we couldn’t help but find ourselves wanting to help them. Even though the dog pens were rusty and grimy, and patched up in places, it was crystal clear that their furry charges were happy. OSCAS currently has over a hundred dogs residing in their shelters and renovation work is underway to ensure that their living quarters are safe for the dogs.
Our aim for our Tiny Krew loves OSCAS campaign is to provide enough food for their dogs, so that their funds can be directed to other issues such as the renovation works and medical fees (which are hefty, to say the least).
We’ve partnered with B2K Pet Products to kick off our pet food donation drive for OSCAS. Together, we’re offering two types of care packs to help OSCAS feed their furry family. Visit our Adopted Charity page for more information or purchase a pack to save a paw.
If you want to learn more about OSCAS, you can visit their website. The shelter is currently in need of more volunteers, fosterers, and funds to keep their efforts going.
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