#BeOurHero Save a Stray
- By: marcelle du Plessis
- Short URL: https://www.backabuddy.co.za/beourhero-save-a-stray
Aftermath of the festive season - an influx of stranded homeless pets
The Mdzananda Animal Clinic and Animal Welfare Society of South Africa are teaming up to fight the recent influx of homeless pets at our clinics and we need YOUR help.
While many enjoyed the festivities of the holiday season and New Year, Mdzananda Animal Clinic in Khayelitsha and the Animal Welfare Society in Philippi were placed under severe strain. Dogs and cats have poured through our front doors – some being handed over, others abandoned at our front gate and some even thrown over our walls during the night.
Both organisations always have an influx of surrendered pets during this time but 2018 was the worst we’ve ever experienced.
The homelsess pet surrender rate increased by nearly 200% during the festive season - this leaves our organisations under immense financial pressure well into the year - at least until April.
Help us by sponsoring a stray!
It takes an average of two months to rehome a pet (some have even stayed up to eight months before). It costs a minimum R2000 to care for one pet during these two months. Your donation, big or small, can help us care for a homeless pet until we can find them a new home.
- Dec 27, 2019 - USD $ 100.00
- "For Eliz's Christmas present" - Charles McDonald
- Dec 13, 2019 - USD $ 13.64
- "Thank you for all that you do." - Kristin backx
- Nov 07, 2019 - USD $ 30.00
- "Greetings " - Tanja
- Nov 07, 2019 - USD $ 1.00
- "Hope it helps, Michelle! Greetings, Tanja" - Tanja
- May 22, 2019 - R 205.64
- "Thank you for all you do for the animals " - Sharon
- Mar 09, 2019 - USD $ 34.63
- "This is for Rex, Spote and Tango" - Tanja
- Jan 15, 2019 - USD $ 14.53
- "Thank you for helping all these animals. I pray that they all find good homes soon " - Cherise
Mdzananda Animal Clinic
Since 1996 the Mdzananda Animal Clinic has been serving the Khayelitsha community pets and pet owners. The organisation treats up to 700 pets per month through consultations, hospitilisaiton, surgery (general, orthopaedic and sterilisation), mobile clinics, an animal ambulance and humane education.
Our aim is to help create a community that cares for every animal through veterinary care, education and partnerships.