Delon Photography - Lovable Lucki
Lucki isn’t all that lucky. He was found with a gaping wound on his snout in a temple, and was likely to be abandoned by his owners.
Lucki remains a sweet and affectionate boy, always jumping in joy when we approach. He loves people despite what he’s been through, and we promise him we would find him a good family who will never abandon him again!
Lucki is very active and fun-loving, but tends to nip when we are trying to leash him. He also does not like being towelled dry after showers, and can go into a nipping frenzy. He would do well with a firm adopter who’d be able to train him and expand his energy through lots of exercise and mental stimulation.
Male, Estimated DOB: May 2018, Not HDB Approved, Available for adoption as of May 2023
- Frame size: 420mm x 320mm
- Artwork size: 270mm x 180mm
- Edition: 30
A share of profits from the sale of the print will be donated to SOSD/CWS/ACRES to support their mission.
SOSD is committed to the welfare of Singapore’s many street dogs. We vehemently oppose the culling of stray animals and believe that there is a more humane way to manage this problem. Our dog shelter exists to rescue, rehabilitate and rehome strays to give them a second chance at life.
At Cat Welfare Society we believe every cat should live a life free from fear and suffering. This is why we exist, to help those who can't help themselves.
Over the years, CWS has grown from strength to strength and evolved in its vision and mission. Our work has expanded to include community mediation and frontline intervention, community cat population management, education on responsible practices, outreach, and advocacy.
ACRES is an animal protection organisation, driven by our concern for animals. We adopt research projects on the use of animals in various fields. Research findings are then used to educate the public to promote active community involvement in the animal protection movement, as well as strive towards synergistic partnerships with authorities and related parties.
We strongly believe in promoting community involvement in addressing animal protection issues and in building partnerships with all related bodies to improve animal welfare.