W hen found by kind community members, Daffy had them all very worried when they saw that she didn’t move out of the way of oncoming vehicles and appeared not to hear them. After a check-up with our vets, she was found to be completely deaf, and it was deemed unsafe to return her to the streets. So, this gentle, quiet girl has been living happily with us since then. Understanding hand gestures and facial expressions, Daffy manages perfectly well and needs no special care or treatment.
In early 2021, Daffy started to lose appetite and examination revealed that she was suffering from renal insufficiency. She had been under renal diet and supportive therapy since then; but from early February 2022, Daffy seemed to suffer more. On 8 February, we had to take the difficult step of putting her to sleep to relieve her from pain. She leaves a lot of beautiful memories that will remain evergreen.
All animals adopted from HAS are or will be sterilised for free at the ABC and Rescue Centre. It is mandatory and entirely free of cost for the adopter. Daffy's been sterilised.
Frank Liang until Daffy's death in February 2022
Daffy is not available to sponsor. If you are interested in sponsoring, we have plenty of animals who need you. Please check in the animals section.
Adoption means taking responsibility for the animal, and providing the animal with their forever home. HAS offers extensive support for the adopter, and free lifetime treatment for the animal.Adopt
Fostering means nurturing the animal in your premises until they can move to a permanent home. This will usually take a few weeks. HAS is offering extended support throughout the foster period.Foster
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The procedure for adopting or fostering an animal from HAS varies from animal to animal and from person to person, but the following steps are always involved one way or the other.
1. Let us know of your interest in whichever way suits you the best.
2. We will arrange for you to visit your preferred animal at their home at the Sanctuary or ABC and Rescue Centre.
3. We will discuss in person with you the practicalities of adopting/fostering an animal.
4. You will ensure that all your family members affected by the adoption/fostering are in agreement, and that they will do their best to promote the interests of the animal.
5. We will do a house visit to ensure that you and the animal would be comfortable living with each other there. If necessary, we will advise on ways to adjust the living quarters to suit the animal.
6. You will pick up the animal from its present location, or, if possible, we will drop the animal at your house.
7. You will bring the animal to the ABC and Rescue Centre for yearly free health check-ups that include vaccinations.
8. Should you experience any problems at any point in the life of the animal, you should never hesitate in contacting HAS.