Covid-19 is not our only problem

In lockdown we've had loss of income,

an armed robbery

and now an enormous influx of abandoned pets

Can you support us with these extra costs?

Please sign up as a Paw Members and donate R100 (or whatever you can afford) per month 

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Read about:

The armed robbery 

The skyrocket in abandoned pets

Become a 

#Paw Member

Due to international budget cuts

funding from our main donor has run out

We need 3000 Paw Members each donating R100 per month to cover the deficit

We are 1/3 of the way. Please sign up. 

​The Mdzananda Story


It all started with a community hero who wanted to help his neighbours pets. Mr Jo from the Khayelitsha pushed a trolley and water bucket around the community, bathing and feeding community pets. Read more

What we do

Mdzananda Animal Clinic is a veterinary council registered, NPO animal clinic treating up to 700 pets per month in Khayelitsha. We offer consultations, hospitilisation, surgery, continuous sterilisations, mobile clinics, an animal ambulance, pet rehoming and humane education.  Read more


Dogs for adoption
Cats for adoption
Sponsor a homeless pet
Our homeless shelter cares for homeless dogs and cats up for adoption. You can sponsor one pet's stay with us. Read more...


During lock-down we will lose significant funding usually earned through our on-site vet shop, consultation fees and adoption fees. In the first three weeks of lockdown we lost close to R108,000. In the second two weeks of lockdown we estimate to lose another R72,000.

Any donations are greatly appreciated

Please Stay Safe

21297 Govan Mbeki Road Khayelitsha | 082 251 0554 | 021 367 6001

After hour emergencies: SPCA 083 326 1604 / Cape Animal Medical Centre - 24h Private Practice in Kenilworth (full private practice rates will be charged): 021 674 0034

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