Author: FAW

Why FAW doesn’t do everything for free

  Healthy animals are an important part of a healthy community, socially, psychologically, and physically. As such, Fisantekraal Animal Welfare works with the community to improve overall health of companion...

MySchool Swipe-to-Win (and donate)

It’s a win-win situation! Simply swipe your MySchool MyVillage MyPlanet or linked Woolies card at any national partner store and stand a chance to win your share of R200 000*...

12 reasons to adopt an adult cat

There are thousands of fantastic adult cats around the country that will be as loving, as fun, and as adorable as any kitten. Don’t get us wrong, we love kittens...

Puppy Mill Awareness

  Today marks the start of Puppy Mill Action Week. While we advocate and recommend adopting from reputable animal welfares, we do understand that there will always be people who...

Kittens and kids

  ‘I want a kitten to grow up with my child/ren’. We often hear this and fully understand why this seems like a good idea. Besides, kittens are small, fluffy,...

10 Reasons to adopt more than one kitten

  Kittens love other kittens. A bold statement but we’ve found it to be true. Cats are family animals – they need the company of those in their family unit...

FAW drop-off locations

You can make a huge difference simply by popping a bag of food or cat litter, some sachets or cans, or other pet-care items into one of our boxes or...

FAW closed 27 April 2021 (public holiday)

Please note that the FAW clinic in Greenville and food/clothes store will be closed on Tuesday 27 April 2021 for the public holiday. This includes drop-offs.  The clinic will be...

FAW January to March 2021

The last 3 months have been busy, busy, busy! And we have no plans to slow down. With an explosion of new homes in the form of Greenville, comes an...

FAW in 2020

2020 was certainly a year with a difference! Need for welfare help increased with people losing jobs and animals being dumped, while donations and adoptions plummeted. Lockdown and social distancing...