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Give second chance for 50 rescue animals in India

by Humane Animal Society (HAS)
Give second chance for 50 rescue animals in India
Give second chance for 50 rescue animals in India
Give second chance for 50 rescue animals in India
Give second chance for 50 rescue animals in India
Give second chance for 50 rescue animals in India
Give second chance for 50 rescue animals in India
Give second chance for 50 rescue animals in India
Give second chance for 50 rescue animals in India
Give second chance for 50 rescue animals in India
Give second chance for 50 rescue animals in India
Give second chance for 50 rescue animals in India
Give second chance for 50 rescue animals in India
Give second chance for 50 rescue animals in India
Give second chance for 50 rescue animals in India
Give second chance for 50 rescue animals in India
Give second chance for 50 rescue animals in India
Give second chance for 50 rescue animals in India
Loca Finds Her Forever Home
Loca Finds Her Forever Home

July and August proved to be extremely challenging months for us due to the unexpected absence of our resident veterinarians. However, we were able to get a few visting and consultant veterinarians to support our activities from time to time, thanks to the timely donations we received from you!

We had a few amazing rescues, marvelous recoveries and several successful adoptions. We perfomed a few life-saving surgeries and also created more covered spaces for our shelter animals protecting them from the elements.  Your recurring donations have been a great source of reassurance during this time and we are forever grateful.

We also managed to forge ahead with the spay/neuter program sterilizing more than 200 community companion animals during this period. We look forward to your valuable support that will help us make a difference to several pets in the coming months.

Baby Benny Rescued and Recovered
Baby Benny Rescued and Recovered
Baby Momo Goes Home
Baby Momo Goes Home
Madhavi - After her life-saving surgery
Madhavi - After her life-saving surgery

May and June brought us some rains and gave us the much needed respite from the scorching summer heat. However, we had to combat the menace of ticks and fleas and your timely donations helped us in procuring the spot-ons and other preventive care needed for all our rescue pets.

These two months also saw many heart-warming rescue stories and successful adoptions where several pets got a second chance in life. Your recurring donations have been a great source of reassurance whenever unexpected emergencies cropped up and the funds have gone a long way in the rehabilitation of pets like Madhavi and Georgie.

The spay/neuter and vaccination drives went unabated with more than 100 companion animals getting sterilized and several hundreds vaccinated over the last two months.

The rising population and the increase in the vehicles on the street have unfortunately made several street animals vulnerable and the number of cases of road traffic accidents has been on a steady rise. We need to procure a few more walkin' wheels and accessories for our pets with special needs. We hope your valuable support will continue to help us make a difference to the voiceless in more meaningful ways in the coming months.

Georgie - Recovered
Georgie - Recovered
Anti-Rabies Vaccination Drive
Anti-Rabies Vaccination Drive
Freedom with Walkin
Freedom with Walkin' Wheels
Rescued pup Laila chilling out
Rescued pup Laila chilling out

March and April have been challenging months due to the scorching summer heat where we encountered several cases of animals suffering from extreme dehydration. We were able to rescue, treat and rehabilitate many pets from critical conditions thanks to the support of the many donors like you who believed in the cause and reassured us with timely and recurring donations.

Our adoptions and rescues continued unabated thanks to wonderful foster parents who came forward to offer care for several orphaned puppies and kittens. We were successful in finding forever homes and loving families for most of them. Laila found her forever home soon after rescue. Monica came with severe skin problems and thanks to you, she is on the road to a fast and full recovery. A donation of USD 50 will cover all expenses including food, treatment and care of one rescue animal for a whole month!

Our sanctuary also got a face-lift thanks to your support. We were blessed by the participation of several volunteers who tirelessly worked to create harmonious spaces for the furry inhabitants of the sanctuary. This has provided the much needed enrichment to their lives. We were also able to create a safe and secure space for our paralyzed residents to frolick in, and it was heartening to see them enjoy themselves in their safe haven.

We were able to procure, distribute and install water-bowls throughout the city where many kind-hearted citizens came forward to maintain these and refill daily or even several times during the day. Many animals and birds have been able to quench their thirst thanks to your kindness and generosity. We were also able to spread the message of compassion to students of several schools and colleges, who were more than happy to not only participate in the project, but also, install and maintain a bowl or two in their own homes.

All this work have made a tremendous difference to several animals and this was made possible only by your generous donations. Please continue to support us!

Gratefully,

Mini Vasudevan, Project Leader

Monica getting her medicated bath
Monica getting her medicated bath
Safe haven for the paralyzed pooches
Safe haven for the paralyzed pooches
Volunteers at work at the sanctuary
Volunteers at work at the sanctuary
Paralyzed pooches having a good time playing
Paralyzed pooches having a good time playing
World Spay Day
World Spay Day

The New Year has brought new beginnings, thanks to the support of the many donors like you who believed in the cause and reassured us with timely and recurring donations. We are deeply indebted to you and want to share the successes that were made possible, all because of YOU!

January and February have been two months of amazing rescues and recoveries as well as a few adoptions of our special-need dogs that we thought would never be possible. Thanks to your support, we were able to provide the critical care that some of our rescue animals needed, that led to their recovery and successful rehabilitation.

We were very happy to see Weezer find her forever home and loving family. Weezer was a victim of road traffic accident and we were afraid that the slight limp she had on one of her hind limbs will put off potential adopters. The loving care she received at the shelter made her a confident young lady and she ended up endearing herself to a wonderful family that will cherish her forever! Jacky the blind pom also found his home quite unexpectedly much to our delight and joy. A wonderful family whisked him away and he lives like a king in his new abode.

The World Spay Day was celebrated by performing several sterilization surgeries to shine the spotlight on the importance of spaying and neutering companion animals as the most humane method to reduce suffering due to pet overpopulation. Our door-to-door campaign on Rabies also resulted in vaccinating more than 200 pet and community dogs against Rabies.

Your $50 donation covers the cost of treatment and care of one rescue animal for a whole month and a small $20 donation covers spaying/neutering and vaccinating one dog/cat.

We have a target to spay/neuter 100 companion animals and vaccinate 200 dogs against Rabies every month to fulfil our promise for better lives to the many street animals of this city. Thanks to you, we are able to achieve the target. Please continue to support us!

Gratefully,

Mini Vasudevan, Project Leader

 

Door-to-door Campaigning against Rabies
Door-to-door Campaigning against Rabies
Anti-Rabies Vaccination Drive
Anti-Rabies Vaccination Drive
Weezer Goes Home!
Weezer Goes Home!
Jacky Lives Life King-Size!
Jacky Lives Life King-Size!
Physiotherapy Session
Physiotherapy Session

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Staff Members with Rescue Animals
Staff Members with Rescue Animals

The year 2018 has been a fabulous one thanks to the support of the many donors like you, who believed in the cause and reassured us with their timely and recurring donations. We are deeply indebted to you and want to share our successes that were made possible, all because of YOU.

Just this year, we have been able to influence more than 5000 animals postively and we hope that you will continue to support us as we move into the next year with renewed strength.

Our highlights of 2018 are:

  • Vaccinated 3330 companion animals against Rabies as well as other viral diseases like Canine Distemper, Parvo Virus etc.
  • Treated 3663 animals through our out-patient clinics
  • Spayed/Neutered 862 companion animals
  • Rescued 940 animals 
  • Found homes for 255 companion animals

We are immensely proud of this incredible achievement. The Anti-Rabies Vaccination drives where we vaccinated more than 1500 dogs this year, was done after conducting a Dog-population survey which reinforced our belief in achieving a Rabies-free city in the near future. Our motto for 2020 is a "Rabies-free Coimbatore" and we hope that you will support us in making that a reality. With your support, we can truly become a rabies-free city making human death from rabies, a matter of history!

Your donations helped us rehabilitate several road-traffic accident victims by procuring Walkin' Wheels that has made a huge difference in the quality of life of many rescue animals that have their hind limbs paralyzed. Your recurring contributions have helped us support their care and treatment expenses month after month bringing them cheer and comfort.

Currently, we have more than 75 animals that need care and treatment on a daily basis and we hope you will help us give them a life devoid of suffering that they so much deserve.

Your $50 donation covers the cost of treatment and care of one rescue animal for a whole month.          

$20 covers spaying/neutering and vaccinating one dog/cat.

We have a target to spay/neuter 100 companion animals every month. Help us start off strong in 2019 and achieve our goal of enhancing our recurring contributions and achieve our target of raising $2,000 every month.

Gratefully,

Mini Vasudevan, Project Leader

Tri-pawd Peggy Finds Forever Home
Tri-pawd Peggy Finds Forever Home
The Blind Pom - Jacky Gets His Cuddles
The Blind Pom - Jacky Gets His Cuddles
Pengu Gets Her Walkin
Pengu Gets Her Walkin' Wheels
 

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Organization Information

Humane Animal Society (HAS)

Location: Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu - India
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Twitter: @HAScoimbatore
Project Leader:
Mini Vasudevan
Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu India

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