YOU can change the future!
The impoverished area of Klipheuwel has a major animal overpopulation problem, which is creating neglect, abuse, and suffering. The best way to combat this is by reducing overpopulation – and that means spay and neuter.
Project Klipheuwel Animals is planning a mass sterilisation outreach of 100 dogs and cats.
FAW is working with Tygerberg Animal Hospital and City of Cape Town’s Ward 105 on this project.
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We aim to raise R45 000 to make this enormous difference – and you can help. If just 450 people donate R100, we CAN do it! Donate directly to us or through Back-a-Buddy. Let us know if you need a S18A tax certificate.
Follow the progress of Project Klipheuwel’s December 2017 Mass Sterithon on Facebook: @ProjectKlipheuwelAnimals where we’ll keep you updated with photos and information.
Back-a-Buddy link: Project Klipheuwel Animals
Directly to our account: Nedbank – Fisantekraal Animal Welfare
Account nr: 1039 094 171 – Branch: 10 39 10 (Tygervalley) – Cheque account Reference: PKA
(using the reference is very important!)
Throughout the last couple of years, volunteers have been working with the farms around Klipheuwel and the residents in the township itself, sterilising and vaccinating animals whenever possible, helping injured/ill animals, and encouraging good pet ownership.
Following a very successful sterithon on 18 November 2016, 2 small vaccination outreaches in 2016, and large rabies vaccination outreach on 05 October 2017, we are planning a huge mass sterilisation for December 2017.
And we can’t wait!