You helped after the armed robbery.
You helped after the burglary.
You helped when homeless pets streamed in.
You helped when Parvovirus skyrocketed.
But most of all,
you helped through the devastation of lockdown and Covid-19.
It is because of YOU that we still have our doors open.
So here's a little something for you to say thank you!
A video of some of the pets you helped this year through your financial and moral support. Thank you to each and every person who supported
Sponsor me to have It's the Festive Season and our shelter pets have never had a Christmas day
We'd like to introduce you to our dogs and cats spending their Christmas without a home
You can give them #TheirFirstChristmas
Here's how you can make a difference in one of their lives
Step 1: Choose the cat or dog you'd like to spoil (scroll down for pics)
Step 2: Choose how you want to brighten up their Christmas day R100 - A good cuddle R200 - A good cuddle and a treat R3
The Mdzananda Animal Clinic in Khayelitsha has reported experiencing the worst influx of Parvo patients in the 24 years of the organisation’s existence. “In November 2018 we experienced the highest recorded patient numbers. Now we have far exceeded even those figures, with an increase of approximately 250% percent on average months,” says Marcelle du Plessis, Fundraising and Communications Manager. The canine parvovirus is a highly contagious viral illness that affects dogs.