Support Cassandra as she runs 10km to raise funds for the Mdzananda Animal Clinic For me, 2016 was a busy year - a journey that has continued into 2017. I married the love of my life, I took on a new and challenging role at my work, and I decided to make some positive changes in my life. Part of that journey has involved overcoming some personal struggles that have plagued me for most of my life and that have left me feeling embattled emotionally, and have had a sometimes neg
With sad hearts we need to share with you that two of our laptops have been stolen and one laptop's motherboard has been damaged rendering it unusable. This theft and unknown source of damage is extremely saddening and a huge knock to our pockets. A case has been opened at the police and we have taken the serial numbers to cash converters where we believe the computers may land up. As these were three essential computers we needed to replace them immediately. IT COST R 18 507
We are very excited to announce that Animal Physical Rehab has taken on the special responsibility of sponsoring Zen one of our resident cats. After their team visited Mdzananda a few weeks ago, loving what we do, they decided to make an effort to raise funds to sponsor a resident pet. Sponsoring a pet costs R450 per month which covers his/her vaccinations, dewormers, flea and tick treatment, sterilization and food. Animal Physical Rehab will be sponsoring Zen for one year an
Cindy, a Staffie cross, arrived at Mdzananda as an unwanted pet. She had an old leg injury giving her the cutest bent hind legs. Mdzananda has always had resident pets who live at the clinic and are part of the family. There has been Liquorice, Thandi, Ruby, Bones, AJ, Cutie and many more. Many lived their whole lives with us and passed away at the clinic. Some were lucky enough to be adopted after many years at Mdzananda.
We reached a stage where we had no resident pets an
They say cats choose their owners and Ginger was no exception. Ginger was initially seen frequenting the clinic garden. He was extremely scared and we were unable to catch him. From what we could see he had an injury which looked like a burn wound down one side of his body. He was very thin and he was also missing half a tail.
With lots of work, food and love from Lalaphi, our maintenance manager, Ginger was gradually tamed and blossomed into a confident kitty. He was adopt
Dear Mdzananda Supporters We would like to introduce the newest member of the Mdzananda Animal Clinic team. Susan Wishart joined Mdzananda as interim General Manager on the 2nd of May 2017. We are saying goodbye to Felipe Perdomo, our previous Director, who spent two years at Mdzananda guiding and directing the team and organisation. Felipe has decided to take on new adventures in his life and as a result stepped down from the directorship position. From our Board of Director