FAW Clinic is OPEN (Tues, Thurs, Sat 09h00 – 12h00)

Good news! As of 05 January 2021, our clinic is open again (after a brief break over Christmas). We will continue operating as normal as long as it is safe to do so. See below for times.

For any enquiries, please call/whatsapp 062 258 3547 or email info@faw.za.org. Thank you.

  • FAW Greenville Clinic is OPEN on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays between 09h00 – 12h00.  SEE BELOW FOR VISITOR GUIDELINES
  • Sterilisations are taking place for Fisantekraal residents’ pets in Greenville on Thursday mornings by prior arrangement.
  • Emergencies. Call/WhatsApp 062 258 3547. If the person does not have transport to Durbanville, our CCS vets will go to our clinic to assist.
  • Fisantekraal subsidised food sales:  OPEN Saturdays between 09h00 – 12h00.  SEE BELOW FOR VISITOR GUIDELINES
  • Fisantekraal 2nd-hand shop: CLOSED for the foreseeable future as there is no way in which we can maintain social distancing. However, we are still gratefully accepting donations for the shop as our volunteers in Fisantekraal are networking them via WhatsApp to continue raising funds.
  • Adoptions and fostering: YES! We are most definitely adopting our animals out; the more, the better! Remember, our animals are in foster care or at Uitsig ARC near Melkbos (7 dogs). Home checks are still required but we adhere to STRICT guidelines (so, the volunteer will wear a mask, have sanitised hands, etc.). Contact for adoptions and fostering is 078 892 7892.
  • Please bear in mind that we are a small, volunteer-run organisation and can only assist with Fisantekraal, Greenville, Klipheuwel, and Morning Star (Durbanville). For other areas please contact your local animal welfare, such as Animal Anti-Cruelty League or SPCA. Thank you!

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For any enquiries, please call/whatsapp 062 258 3547 or email info@faw.za.org. Thank you.


  1. Wear an appropriate mask, as mandated by the government. NO visitors will be permitted to enter without this.
  2. Maintain at least 1 metre distance between people at all times.
  3. Visitors to disinfect their hands on entering the clinic.
  4. Only ONE visitor at a time to accompany their pet into the clinic.
  5. Please remember that all dogs must be on lead (puppies can be carried) and all cats should be in an appropriate cat carrier. If you are not able to bring your pet to the clinic, please contact us as above.

We advise everyone to maintain the official guidelines to prevent spread of the Covid-19 virus:

  1. Do not touch your face (eyes, mouth, nose)
  2. Wash your hands regularly with soap and water (slowly count to 20), particularly after touching surfaces, shaking hands, or coughing/sneezing.
  3. If you cough or sneeze, do so into your elbow or a tissue. Dispose of the tissue properly, immediately. Wash your hands afterwards.
  4. Maintain social distancing – in other words, stay at least 1 metre away from other people.
  5. If you feel unwell, call your doctor/clinic immediately – do not go there as you may spread the virus. If in any doubt, stay away from people over 50 and anyone immune compromised as they are at high risk for serious sickness.

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