Volunteer Dedicates Her Life To Help Homeless Cats

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 approximately R1 100 000 in increased expenses and lack of income generation activities since lockdown, she wanted to do more. She signed up as a #PawMember to donate R100 per month and wants to encourage more people to do the same. “If it wasn’t for the clinic the pets wouldn’t get the help they need and those that are sick or injured would all probably die or live their lives in pain. I hope that my video will inspire more people to sign up so that the clinic can help more community pets.”

Sign up as a #PawMember at www.mdzanandasecure.co.za Already a Paw Member? Well you're just pawesome. Help us by making it your mission to sign up one more. Share this email with family and friends. We can also send you the video via Watsapp to share.

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