Category: Important Info

Updated adoption fees

FAW have made the difficult decision to increase our adoption fee with effect from 01 November 2020. On one hand, we want the fee to remain affordable otherwise the animals...

Don’t catch wild snakes!

On Saturday, we were greeted with a bit of a surprise. Our clinic volunteers were approached by some Fisantekraal residents who wanted to sell these three snakes which they had...

Level 3 lockdown (01 June 2020)

For any enquiries, please call/whatsapp 062 258 3547 or email info@faw.za.org. Thank you. FAW Greenville Clinic is OPEN on Tuesdays and Saturdays between 09h00 – 12h00.  SEE BELOW FOR VISITOR...

Children and teens COMMUNITY SERVICE important info

At this time of year, many school children and teens are doing community service projects; many want to work with animals, which is great! We are always happy to have...

All the contacts and info you need on fireworks night

With so many posts telling you who to call when animals run off due to fireworks/thunder, we decided to collect them and put them in ONE place – much easier.

Rabies

A very important subject! Please note, we cannot assist with vaccinating outside our area as we are a very small organisation with limited funds. We apologise that we cannot assist...

Why your new pet might try to ‘escape’

Please, please, please, we really cannot emphasise enough: many newly adopted dogs (and cats!) try to get out of their new home in the first few days! Download this handy...

Canine distemper

CANINE DISTEMPER (often just called ‘distemper’) is a contagious, very serious virus in dogs. It affects a dog’s respiratory, digestive and nervous systems (brain), and the membranes of the eyes...

Beware: people falsely claiming found animals

As members of the Cape Animal Welfare Forum, we receive various emails and info. We received one from the SPCA which we think is very important to share. It relates...