Dear friends I want to tell you about a story that touched (and broke) my heart. This week, Yoliswa brought her dog, Nonjana, to us. She was extremely skinny, spine and bones protruding. Yoliswa was handing her over because she has no money to feed her dog. She lost her job due to Covid-19 and her income is down to zero. She is the only income earner in her household. She wanted Nonjana to have a better life. Yoliswa’s heart was breaking. She didn’t want to let Nonjana go. We
Instead of spending money on chocolates and flowers this Valentine's Day, get your loved one an e-card sponsoring your favourite Mdzananda furry in lieu of a gift. Here's how it works
Step 1: Choose the bachelor or bachelorette you fancy most (see them all on https://www.mdzananda.co.za/adopt) Step 2: Choose how you want to brighten up their day R50 - Get rid of those nasty fleas and ticks – we want cuddles instead
R100 – Have your pet vaccinated to keep them healthy and str
It's the month of love...
We'd like to introduce you to our wagging handsome bachelors and super sexy bachelorettes.
If you're finding yourself out of love this Valentine's Day, let us encourage you to love one of the Mdzananda lads or lasses instead. Our homeless dogs and cats have lived in our shelter, some for weeks, most for months, without a home to call their own. They could really do with some extra love this February, couldn't you too?
Instead of spending tones of