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One of the least talked about hazards of working with animals is that you constantly fall in love. In human medicine it is considered unethical to fall in love with one’s patients, but fortunately no such restrictions apply in the veterinary profession.

I can clearly re...

June 27, 2016

How are you spending your 67 minutes this Mandela Day?

Spend it with the Mdzananda Animal Clinic as we build kennels for the pets of Khayelitsha. Come and have some fun. Bring your family, friends or colleagues and work together to build a kennel for one of the pets t...

June 22, 2016

Last weekend it rained cats and dogs!
 
The first heavy winter rain hit the coast of Cape Town with a blast this past weekend. After an extremely dry summer Capetonians rejoiced to see our dam levels rising, our rivers flowing strongly and our earth soaking up the much...

June 21, 2016

We are really excited to announce that our campaign to change 12 000 township pets' lives in South Africa was featured in The Bark Magazine, California.

Our campaign is running until end July. Help us reach our goal to change 12 000 township pets lives here: https://igg...

Dear Animal Friends

If you’ve started to feel the icy chill in the Cape Town air, be sure to know that the animals in Khayelitsha are feeling it too – especially little Honey.


On the 4thof December 2015 Honey was born in a sandy patch in our garden. Her mommy, a Malte...

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