Stray Free Selangor (SFS)
Stray Free Selangor (SFS) is an ethical alternative to the current catch-and-kill method that is practiced by Malaysian Municipal Councils to reduce the number of stray animals. Tagged as the ‘humane and compassionate way’ to manage the population of cats and dogs on the streets, SFS aims to home each animal that arrives at its door.
In addition, the SFS action plan includes:
Humane education sessions which include the Responsible Pet Ownership (RPO), DogCare Program, and CatCare Program in schools, universities, and residential communities.
High-volume spay/neuter programs that bring together Municipal Councils, Department of Veterinary Services (DVS) vets, private vets, rescuers, and NGOs in a collaboration to achieve higher spay/neuter rates in the community.
Government lobbying and advocacy to create a habitat for spayed/neutered non-aggressive stray dogs and colonies for spayed/neutered cat, enforce mandatory spay/neuter programs and Responsible Pet Ownership (RPO) seminars for dog owners.
Stray Free Selangor (SFS) Fund
The SFS fund provides subsidized spay/neuter services for rescuers and lower-income groups to financially-assist them in their spaying and
This programme also assists Taylor’s Lakeside Campus to neuter the stray animals on their grounds.
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