Noah's Residents

Noah's Residents

Wednesday, October 16, 2013

A Collaboration between SPCA Selangor and Noah's Ark

The SPCA Selangor volunteers had been working hard to try and find homes for as many dogs and cats that they could, and the deadline was looming nearer before the building had to be pulled down.

Marianne, a volunteer with SPCA Selangor called Noah's Ark to ask if we could help to give some of the dogs a home at the sanctuary.

Raymund our Founder, knew that the volunteers at SPCA Selangor were doing their best to find as many homes as possible despite their tight deadline so he agreed to accept any of the  dogs with the following conditions: they had to be too difficult to rehome as they were deemed neither cute or young, in other words senior dogs that remained shy and wary of people.

In the months of July and August, SPCA Selangor made two trips to transport such dogs from Kuala Lumpur to Noah's Ark. Eighteen dogs have since arrived at the sanctuary and we are happy to say that they have settled in nicely. These are the 18 lucky dogs that call Noah's Ark their home.

This is just one of the examples of a collaboration between SPCA Selangor and Noah's Ark - both of these groups realize that it is important that we are able to work together for the interests of the animals.

We believe that we complement each other as SPCA Selangor's strength is in rehoming given their large network whilst Noah's Ark is able to provide the older animal a place to live out its life in dignity.

In recognition of Noah's Ark's support, SPCA Selangor annually, in turn sells Noah's Ark's calendars at their centre to support our work for the animals.
Pop Corn
"We accepted the eighteen dogs from SPCA Selangor, in memory of Van Renterghem Marie Reve who was fondly known as Reve by her friends.  She was an inspirational person and a role model to all those who believed that one should always treat animals with respect.  Reve was a volunteer with SPCA Selangor for 13 years and a regular visitor to Noah's Ark.  Rain or shine she was always there for the animals at the shelter.  Reve, our angel, we know that you will always be watching over us  and our animals at the sanctuary." - Raymund Wee, Founder of Noah's Ark

Meet the new residents:



Cup Cake





How to Contribute?

If you wish to contribute towards our work for the animals at the sanctuary:
  • To sponsor a pet programme
  • To sponsor some of our pet food
  • To sponsor medical aid for the animals
  • To support our spay & neuter programmes
  • To upkeep the sanctuary for the residents
For Singapore
You may write a cheque to Noah's Ark CARES and mail it to:
42 Cairnhill Road, #02-01 Singapore 229661
To make a fund transfer, you may transfer to the following accounts, upon transferring please send us an email to in order for us to track and to acknowledge receipt.
Bank: DBS
Account type: DBS CURRENT
Acct number: 012-900823-0
Acct name: Noah's Ark CARES
Branch Code: 012
Bank Code: 7171

Acct No: 501-827745-001
Acct Name: Noah's Ark Companion Animal Rescue & Edn Society
Branch: OCBC Head Office
Branch Code: 501
Bank Code: 7339

For Malaysia
You may write a cheque to Noah's Ark Natural Animal Shelter and mail it to:
No. 3 Jalan Temenggong
11 Taman Ungku Tun Aminah
81300 Skudai, Johor Bahru

For fund transfer:
Noah's Ark Natural Animal Shelter.
Account Number 01190002636058
Branch: Gelang Patah, JB

To sponsor a pet
If you would like to sponsor Soda, Oreo, Pop Corn, Cup Cake, Buddy, Abby, Ginger,
Muffin, Biscuit, Sugar or Ruby stay at the sanctuary, please print the sponsorship form and send it to Noah's Ark CARES. 
Its costs S$50 or RM110 to be their God Ma or God Pa.


  1. Reve was a dear friend of mine and it brought tears to my eyes when I read your dedication. She was such a wonderful person so it's no surprise that her influence still lives on <3

  2. Thank you so much for accepting our lovely canine friends, Nanas and Raymund. So very grateful. Many of the older, less approachable dogs there -- I bathed and tickwashed them before their trip down to Johor. I wish I could take them in myself, but with 2 rescued dogs and 9 rescued cats (and rising), I'm already operating beyond capacity as an individual. I want the doggies to know that I will always love them and never forget them. Will keep raising awareness and advocating for TNR and adopting from shelters and pounds.