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April 28, 2016

We are very excited to announce that, with your help, we have raised 7.5% of our ask through online and offline donations towards the Change 12 000 township pets' lives campaign. Thank you for making this possible!

 

This story of Spot shows how Mdzananda changes lives....

April 26, 2016

 

 
 

Ester was brought to Mdzananda by her owner for a “swollen face” and for not eating. She arrived completely neglected and very skinny. She has been living outside chained day in and out and we also discovered that she had a fractured femur that had not been treated...

April 20, 2016

Thank you to everyone who has supported our campaing to change the lives of 12 000 pets. We are just getting started and we already have 5% of our ask.

 

Here is a story to show you what you are supporting. Bones's story is just one life that got changed by the Mdzanand...

April 19, 2016

 
For anyone who believes there is no love for animals in a township this is an eye opener. A distressed community member who cares for animals saw this pit bull being abused and neglected by one of his owners.

 

He sent a facebook message to Mdzananda asking us to fetch...

April 12, 2016

The Mdzananda Animal Clinic, Khayelitsha, launches it's first ever crowdfunding campaign. In two months they aim to raise enough funds to change 12 000 township pets' lives. Be a part of the change!

 

 

Townships in South Africa are known for poverty, crime and violence....

April 8, 2016

The Mdzananda Animal Clinic, based in Khayelitsha, compiles its statistics once every term (three months). Statistics that are compiled show how many pets were seen in our consultation rooms, hospital, theatre and mobile clinics. It also shows what each pet was treated...

April 6, 2016

 

 

 

It is often of the opinion that people in townships should not own pets. We at the Mdzananda Animal Clinic have a different opinion.

 

It was a day like any other when an elderly man arrived at the Mdzananda Animal Clinic’s front gate carrying a dirty crate in his arm...

April 1, 2016

 

 

It was a normal day, much as any other when my owner tied a rope around my neck and walked me down the road. I was excited, but soon I realised that something was wrong. We were walking too far, and I was getting tired. When were we going to go back home?

 

We arrived...

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