Local celebrity, Clare Wiese-Wentzel, the presenter of Kyknet’s Mooimaak, has stepped up to help Mdzananda. “My rescue dog, Kimbey passed away and in her honour, I wanted to assist animals in need. Then I heard about Mdzananda’s struggle. I was horrified to hear that they were robbed three times and of the enormous financial loss and added expenses they are having due to Covid-19.”
Apart from the robberies, Mdzananda lost R142 000 between April and November from monthly don
Stefanie Bergman, a volunteer originally from Germany, has dedicated her life to helping Khayelitsha’s homeless cats. At Mdzananda she helps distressed cats become used to people, abused cats to trust again and gives happy cats a lot of play time. We’ve always struggled to find cats homes, but with Stefanie’s help so many have gone to wonderful families.
When Stefanie heard that we’d lost R136 000 from cancelled and bounced monthly debit order donations and that we’d had app
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Just 6 weeks old, Eyevy was completely blind in one eye with half her face deformed. She’d chewed on a live wire. Her previous owners left her injury without treatment too long and an infection had spread to her eye, blinding it. She lost most of her teeth and half her tongue. The skin around her mouth started to rot and die. At Mdzananda, Eyevy's face was stitched up. She received treatment and care.
Eyevy was adopted by Laetitia and her two y
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but can you give just two minutes to watch this video? Watch video Khayelitsha pets are suffering under pandemic effects. Owners have lost their jobs. Many have no income. Despite this, they are still caring for their animals and they need our services more than ever.
But Mdzananda has been hard hit too. We lost significant funding during lockdown and were robbed three times. The really scary part is the impact it’s had on our i