- As the shelter is on a hilly area, there are 3 terraces. The third terrace is almost complete and 600 dogs have been moved there. The second terrace is about 60 percent complete. Work has NOT begun on the first or top most terrace. We need ANOTHER RM350k to build a minimum of 20 kennels, treatment room, office, store, a small house and to fence-up the area. Funds are also needed for electricity and water supply, drainage and sewerage system.
PERSATUAN PENYELAMAT HAIWAN TERBIAR FURRYKIDS SAFEHAVEN, SEREMBAN
Persatuan Penyelamat Haiwan Terbiar Furrykids Safehaven was registered with Registrar of Societies on 5th December 2017 with the objective of helping strays in Seremban and surrounding areas after 70 strays were brought here by rescuers from Brickfileds, Kuala Lumpur. Currently, we have about 1800 dogs under our care at the shelter and many more that our members are taking care of in their homes and feeding outside.
Vision:To create a more loving and humane world for animals.
Mission:To control stray population growth with help from the public. :To inspire the public to have compassion for all animals.
Objectives :To neuter strays.
:To educate the public and encourage pet-owners to vaccinate and neuter their pets.
:To save lives of strays as they too have a place on earth.
: To cooperate and work with local authorities to reduce stray problems.
Committee Members 2020/2021
President: Mr. Surevin Nair
Vice-president cum shelter manager : Mdm. Syarlizawati bte Mohd Sharif
Secretary: Mdm. Sathiavany Madhavan
Asst. secretary: Mdm. Jeskiran Kaur Bhat
Treasurer: Ms. Rajeswary a/p Mathilagan
Asst. treasurer: Mdm. Margaret Chin Gan Lean
Committee members: Mdm. Mary Lee Yoke Bee
: Mdm. Rajinder Dhariwal
: Ms.Helena Ann
: Mdm. Felicia Ann
: Ms. Rajinder Dhariwal
: Ms. Rohini Harichandra
: Mdm. Roslinda Razali
: Mdm. Nurul Marina Razali
: Mr. Anthony Tham
On 4th November, the Mambau shelter was devastated by flash floods which affected many parts of Seremban, Mambau and Kuala Sawah. The floods hit at about 3 am and we lost 54 dogs that fateful day. Over a period of 3 weeks, the NGO lost another 35 dogs related to lung infections due to the contaminated water swallowed and ingested that night. The NGO received great support and help in November.
On 1st January 2021, 400 dogs were moved from the Mambau shelter to the Kuala Sawah shelter although construction is on-going. This was due to pressure from the landlady and residents of the nearby housing estate. Only about 40% of the construction has been completed. The NGO hopes to move out of Mambau to new shelter in Kuala Sawah completely by April. We have to move another 1400 dogs.