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All Halal applications have to be made via LicenceOne (https://licence1.business.gov.sg). You may wish to refer to the steps below for a better idea:
Generally, there are 3 types of requirements in the Halal application process:
Refer below for the process of applying to Muis Halal Certification.1. Steps to follow prior to submitting an Application for Muis Halal Certification:-
Muis Halal Certification Conditions (HCC):Please read through Muis Halal Certification Conditions (HCC) found on our website, http://www.halal.sg > Halal Certification > Scheme Types & Eligibility Criteria (HCC) before submitting the application in LicenceOne (https://licence1.business.gov.sg). Fees Schedule:The list of fees schedule is as attached and can be found the website, http://www.halal.sg > Halal Certification > Halal Fees Schedules. Please take note that application fee is applicable for new applications for all schemes and is non-refundable.Registration:All applications are submitted via LicenceOne. Please log-in using your CorpPass (applicable to all other schemes) or SingPass (applicable for Hawker and School Canteen schemes).
2. Steps to follow to submit a "New" application for Muis Halal Certification:
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Step 1: Login > Under "Halal Certification", Select "Amend" as your actionStep 2: Profile > Select one of the two options Step 3: General Information > Click "Next" after verifying the auto-populated infoStep 4: Application Details > Review Application Info, Amend Application Info, Step 5: Upload Attachments - Click "Upload"Step 6: Review & Submit - Read Declaration, Select check box & Click "Next"Step 7: Receive "Acknowledgement" that submission is successful
Pets are our responsibility. Hence, it is permissible for us to care for them to the best of our ability as long as it does not constitute any form of cruelty to the pet and does not contradict Islamic teachings. Neutering or sterilizing a pet is permissible as it is not considered as a form of cruelty towards the animal itself unless the procedure is performed when it is still conscious. A comparison can be made with similar procedures performed on humans such as ligation and vasectomy which does not constitute any prolonged pain.
Hence, there is nothing wrong with sterilizing an animal as it does not involve any prolonged pain. It is also not a form of changing Allah's creation as it is performed with the intention to lessen the number of stray cats and uncontrolled breeding. What is forbidden is changing Allah's creation without any valid reason.