Give second chance for 100 rescue animals in India

by Humane Animal Society (HAS)
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Give second chance for 100 rescue animals in India
Give second chance for 100 rescue animals in India
Give second chance for 100 rescue animals in India
Give second chance for 100 rescue animals in India
Give second chance for 100 rescue animals in India
Give second chance for 100 rescue animals in India
Give second chance for 100 rescue animals in India
Give second chance for 100 rescue animals in India
Give second chance for 100 rescue animals in India
Give second chance for 100 rescue animals in India
Give second chance for 100 rescue animals in India
Give second chance for 100 rescue animals in India
Give second chance for 100 rescue animals in India
Give second chance for 100 rescue animals in India
Give second chance for 100 rescue animals in India
Give second chance for 100 rescue animals in India
Give second chance for 100 rescue animals in India
17 Years of Service to Animals of Coimbatore
17 Years of Service to Animals of Coimbatore

March and April are the hottest months in the city of Coimbatore in the southern part of India where we live. As temperatures soared, we geared up to keep the animals hydrated and ensured that they were kept in shade, away from the scorching heat. Thanks to your support, all our animals stayed safe in the midst of the hectic schedules that we found ourselves in.

The highlight of this period was our 17th anniversary on April 06th and we have a lot to feel proud of. Our healing touch has impacted over 90000 animals since inception in 2006 and that has been made possible only because of the unstinting support we continue to receive from all over the globe. We are humbled by the tremendous faith placed upon us by all our wonderful donors and well wishers.

The most heartwarming story this period is that of Goku who was rescued with a severly damaged eye—the result of a nasty accident. The timely support we received enabled the enucleation surgery that he underwent successfully. Goku demonstrated tenacity and resilience during the entire period of post-operative care and was released successfully back to his territory. Nakshatran was rescued as a pup with a fractured limb who went on to make a full recovery and is now waiting for his forever home. The adoption story of tri-pawd Mia is another fairy-tale where she endeared herself to a lovely family that whisked her away to their home!

There are currently more than 100 animals living in our Sanctuary including several paralysed wheel chair residents for whom this is most likley their permanent home. Setting up a regular donation allows us to continue caring for them, fulfill their medical needs, and ensure that they live happy and fulfilled lives for as long as they need. Please continue to support us in our quest towards a world where no animal has to face unnecessary suffering. Your $50 donation sponsors a permanent resident for a whole month. No amount is too small when it comes to making a difference to precious lives. Our extreme gratitude to your unstinting commitment to the cause. Thanks for this wonderful partnership!

Tri-pawd Mia finds her forever family
Tri-pawd Mia finds her forever family
Happy Boy Nakshathran
Happy Boy Nakshathran
Sophie Getting Her Cuddles
Sophie Getting Her Cuddles
Achievements Over The Years
Achievements Over The Years
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Revi Finds His Forever Home
Revi Finds His Forever Home

January and february were hectic months for HAS and our rescues. We have so many accomplishments and infinite gratitude to the support we received. With your support, we improved the quality of life of over 1500 animals. We were also able to conduct several education and awareness sessions in couple of schools and also a few communities.

The highlights of these months have been the phenomenal transformation stories and fairytale adoptions. We strive to provide the best possible care to all animals in need that come through our gates and sometimes we are required to carry out critical surgical procedures to try and save their lives. Daisy was in a critical condition when rescued, suffering from dystocia — a condition where a female dog is unable to birth. She underwent a life-saving emergency surgery to be released back safe after adequate post-operative care. 

Jackson and Spike are two other pooches who also received life-saving surgeries and their continued improvements have brought us much relief and delight. Jackson was discovered wandering the streets with a massive tumor that had begun to ulcerate, dangling from his neck. Having likely suffered with the tumor for many months, if not years, Jackson was found to be healthy enough for surgery, and the procedure was carried out without further delay. While risky, the procedure gave Jackson a new lease of life, and released him from the heavy and painful mass that he’d been lugging around with him for so long. Currently recuperating under post-operative care, this handsome, big-eared boy continues to make steady progress, and we’re all feeling positive about his future.

We also had several successful adoptions, each of which is a heart-warming story in itself. The one that stands out is that of Revi. He was barely 1.5 months old when he met with a gruesome accident in which his left forelimb was crushed. Left with no option other than to amputate the leg, little Revi appeared to take it all in his tiny stride, and with his charming personality, he romped through to make a resounding recovery! Despite his youth and zest for life, however, we knew Revi's chances of being adopted were slim, as most pet owners want perfect animals with no disabilities. However, when Melwin visited us searching for a pup to call his own, his eyes fell on our cheeky chap, Revi, and he instantly saw past his disability to the playful, loving, and energetic pup that stood in front of him! Two other adoption stories are equally heartwarming—those of Rubiya and Chintu, both special pets!

With summer just around the corner, we are busy getting our sanctuary ready for the over 100 permanent animals we have - to keep them cool and hydrated. Your $50 donation sponsors a permanent resident for a whole month. No amount is too small when it comes to making a difference to precious lives. Our extreme gratitude to your unstinting commitment to the cause. Thanks for this wonderful partnership!

Volunteers with Rescue Pets
Volunteers with Rescue Pets
Community Engagement
Community Engagement
Education and Awareness Session in Progress
Education and Awareness Session in Progress
Rubiya Finds Forever Home
Rubiya Finds Forever Home
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Rithu - From Hurt to Healed!
Rithu - From Hurt to Healed!

Happy New Year!

The year 2022 was bountiful for HAS and our rescues; and we have no words to thank the generous donations that came our way during the season of giving. With your support, we improved the quality of life of more than 13000 animals. We conducted 135 special surgeries, 209 adoptions, 432 rescue missions, 2393 spay/neuter surgeries; treated 3655 animals as out-patients, and administered 6210 vaccinations. The year ended robust with these amazing statistics of what we were able to achieve together with YOU!

The highlight of November and December has been the expansion of our spay/neuter program where we added another centre for conducting surgeries and administering the vaccinations. Also commendable is the significant number of special surgeries and the resulting miraculous transformations we facilitated. The rescue stories of Rithu, Scarlett, and Sophie show the incredible grit and tenacity with which animals face adversity and emerge stronger.

We also had several successful adoptions, each of which is a heart-warming story in itself. The one that stands out is that of Pari — an abandoned senior pet that was left to die on the streets. We were delighted when she found a happy home and loving family. In the warm embrace of Vinitha, she is smothered with love and attention and also has a super-senior canine sibling — Puju for company. We couldn't have asked for a better life for her! Before the holidays, we squeezed in a few awareness sessions too, for school children, with the aim of instilling kindness and compassion in impressionable minds.

Giving a safe haven for the over 100 permanent animals of our sanctuary is made possible only by your generous support. Your $50 donation covers the treatment and care of one rescue pet for a whole month, while your $20 donation covers the cost of one spay/neuter surgery. No amount is too small when it comes to making a difference to precious lives. Our deep appreciation to your sustained commitment to the cause. Kindly continue to support us!

Treatment and Care
Treatment and Care
Education and Awareness Session in Progress
Education and Awareness Session in Progress
Scarlett - Blind, but Brave!
Scarlett - Blind, but Brave!
Sophie - From Hurt to Healed
Sophie - From Hurt to Healed
Year 2022 - A Review!
Year 2022 - A Review!
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Blind Pet Whitey - From Hurt to Healed
Blind Pet Whitey - From Hurt to Healed

The months of September and October went like a breeze with activities packed to the brim. While the highlight of September was the mass vaccination drives conducted on the auspices of the World Rabies Day, October saw a series of heart-warming adoptions where some of our sanctuay residents found their permanent homes and happy families.  During the past two months, we accomplished over 500 spay/neuter surgeries, rescued over 70 animals, treated over 600 community animals as out-patients, and vaccinated over 1200 pets!

Marley was rescued with a massive tumour weighing him down. Owing to the critical state of his health, the infected and ulcerated tumour was surgically removed. Post surgery, he was under our care for several weeks where our team constantly monitored him. Having made a full recovery, Marley has now been reunited with his buddies.

The last week of September was dedicated towards creating awareness around Rabies and vaccinating as many street dogs as possible. More than 500 dogs were vaccinated and mass awareness created in line with the theme of One Health, Zero deaths.

Sara was rescued after she was found struggling to give birth on the harsh streets. She was suffering from dystocia that needed an emergency surgery to save her life as well as that of her pups. One of the pups sadly passed away, but the rest were saved and so was Sara. She was spayed and returned to her community along with the pups.

Max's case was nothing short of a miracle after what he went through. A victim of animal abuse, he was found with his legs tied in a pile of garbage. The beautiful soul blossomed with the love and care bestowed on him and after a few weeks of intensive care, he recovered completely and even found his way to the home and hearts of a wonderful family. 

Rescues like these are made possible only by your kind support. While your recurring monthly donations go towards the sponsorship of the permanent residents of our sanctuary, a one time donation of any amount makes all the difference to the life of a rescue pet. Your $50 donation covers the entire cost of care and treatment of a permanent rescue pet for a whole month. We deeply appreciate your compassion and kindness. Thank you for being our pillar of support! 

Mia Gets A Loving Family!
Mia Gets A Loving Family!
Thanks For This Yummy Meal
Thanks For This Yummy Meal
Max Gets His Forever Home!
Max Gets His Forever Home!
Anti-Rabies Vaccination Drive
Anti-Rabies Vaccination Drive

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The months of August and September were challenging with the incessant downpour and the arrival of many accident victims that had to be rescued and rehabilitated. Despite the hurdles, during these two months, combined with your generosity, we accomplished over 400 spay/neuter surgeries, rescued over 100 animals, treated over 700 community animals as out-patients, and vaccinated over 1000 pets!

The loving senior community pet Juno's limb was horribly crushed in an accident. We had no option but to amputate; but it was truly heartening to see him rebound after the post-operative care was completed. His laid back and accomodating nature along with our team's care helped him adapt to the new tripawd life-style quite gracefully.

Lucy was found with limbs crushed which necessitated amputation of both hind limbs. Miraculously she adapted to a bi-pawd life-style fast and stole the heart of an amazing cat mom who whisked her away to her forever home. She is the reigning queen of the house-hold now.

Abandoned senior pet Pari, and accident victims Sanah and Fighter have amazing stories to share. With grit and gumption they have conquered all adversities teaching us important lessons of life that no text book can ever impart. They have all joined our growing brood at the sanctuary.

We are most grateful for your recurring monthly donations that is a matter of great reassurance as the number of permanent rescues and special pets has been on the rise over the past few months. Your $50 donation covers the entire cost of care and treatment of a permanent rescue pet for a whole month. Special pets are those that have a low chance of getting adopted and virtual sponsorship is the biggest gift you can give them. We deeply appreciate your compassion and kindness. Thank you for being our pillar of support! 

From Hurt to Healed - Pari
From Hurt to Healed - Pari
Rescue Pet Sanah Fully Recovered
Rescue Pet Sanah Fully Recovered
Fighter - From Hurt to Healed
Fighter - From Hurt to Healed
Lucy Gets Forever Home
Lucy Gets Forever Home

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Humane Animal Society (HAS)

Location: Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu - India
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Mini Vasudevan
Coimbatore , Tamil Nadu India
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