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A helping hand for Mdzananda Staff

Photo by Nic Bothma / EPA Mdzananda has a team of 19 permanent staff and 3 part time staff. Working daily with animals causes compassion fatigue and working daily doing heavy lifting of animals and hard scrubbing to clean cages causes body pain. Seventeen of our staff members are from the Khayelitsha community and don’t earn enough to afford physiotherapists, massages, psychologists etc. There is also not much access to emotional support in the community. We are wanting to set up a mental and physical health support programme for our staf consisting of various volunteers who can offer any forms of physical or mental health services on a pro bono basis. We aim to make this a continious pro

Tiny puppy gets attacked by a cat

A tiny puppy, just 7 weeks old, was brought to our clinic by two of the community children. The children were extremely upset. A large cat h

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