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Challenging themselves for Township Pets

"I have entered my first 10km as part of my personal growth journey that began almost one year ago and, to help provide some motivation and purpose, I wanted to take the opportunity to help Mdzananda with their mission by raising R5000 in total or R500 per km". Support Cassandra by visiting their fundraising page: http://www.doit4charity.co.za/Cassandra.Weir "We run... not particularly fast or particularly well, but we run and on September 17th we'll be lining up at the start line of the Sanlam Cape Town Marathon." Running their first Marathon, Kim and Sue hope to raise R10 000 for the Mdzananda Animal Clinic. Support Kim and Sue by visiting their fundraising page: https://www.backabuddy

Saying Goodbye to our Board Chairperson and Welcoming New Members

After being a part of the Mdzananda Animal Clinic for many years, first as a staff member and then as the Chairperson of our Board, Dr Gemma Driscoll is moving on. For the many years of veterinary service, guidance and advice, the team at Mdzananda thanks her and wishes her a wonderful journey ahead! We would like to introduce our new Chairperson of the Board, Mrs Jacqueline James who has a vast knowledge of the Khayelitsha community and a particular strength in community education and outreach. At the same time we welcome Dr Blessing Cherisiri to the Board. He is a former employee of Mdzananda and currently practicing as a full time veterinarian at Vetpoint.

Kennel Building for Mandela Day

On Saturday the 15th and Tuesday the 18th of July complete strangers, friends, family members and colleagues came together to build kennels for the pets of Khayelitsha. After two full days of hammering, splashing paint and many laughs 24 beautiful kennels were completed. Watch this to see the magic happen...

A Special Home for Jake

When a cross-breed pup with deformed toes and feet arrived at the Mdzananda Animal Clinic in Khayelitsha we had little hope for the poor creature. Being around eight weeks old at the time, his owners from our local community brought him to the clinic to hand him over. Not knowing how to look after a deformed puppy, they were worried about his future life with them and asked us to find a good home for him. We took him into our care and called him Jake. Jake was extremely nervous when he arrived. Being a special boy that had stolen all our hearts, we allowed him free movement around the clinic but whenever we looked for him, he would be hiding under a hospital cage, tightly pushed into a cor

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