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My experience visiting the Mdzananda Animal Clinic

Watch Zoe's video of Mdzananda Animal Clinic: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CrF5_eOLL0w It’s been fifteen minutes since I took the Spine Road exit off the N2 looking out for a sign to ‘Graceland’. I am miles from Memphis, on my way to the Mdzananda animal clinic in Khayelitsha, struck by the vastness of the township. Ros, a graceful woman with soft eyes and silver hair, meets me immediately on arrival and introduces herself as the hospital manager. While we discuss my visit I am given a thorough security sniff by two furry residents. The clinic is a cluster of small buildings and shipping containers surrounded by a garden. “We attempt to prove to the community that you don’t have to live i

Construction of 24 new runs well on its way!

We are making Mdzananda better for the pets of Khayelitsha. We are building 24 new runs! Each run offers a space for recovering pets to have some exercise, access to vitamin D from the sun, a warm kennel, a soft pillow, a blanket and protection from the rain. Two generous donors have donated the funds required to start construction of phase 1. Our first 8 runs are being constructed and we are overjoyed as we construct with love. We are very excited that another 8 runs have been sponsored by wonderful individuals. Thank you to everyone so far. Construction of phase 2 will start at the end of 2016. Phase 3 has the last 8 runs. If you want to sponsor a run or part of a run we would be so g

Welcome to our newest family member

We would like to welcome our newest member to the Mdzananda Family,.Dr Kriek is our new full time veterinarian with an extensive knowledge and experience of animal health, welfare and other animal industries. We are overjoyed to have Dr Kriek join our team at Mdzananda to help the animals and their community members in Khayelitsha.

The Two Oceans Aquarium supports the Mdzananda Animal Clinic

At the end of last year we were alerted to the existence of the Mdzananda Animal Clinic, which is based in Khayelitsha, and we have decided to “adopt” this organisation and assist them where we can. We have still to formalise our partnership, but wanted to let you know about this remarkable team and also let you know how you can help them this winter. Mdzananda has been caring for the pets of Khayelitsha residents and those further afield for 20 years. From the humble beginnings of a shipping container with no water or electricity, the organisation now has a clinic and theatre, an emergency ambulance service, mobile clinics and mobile education units. They operate six days a week and see ove

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