Wish list 2022

THANK YOU to each and every sponsor and donor. Please visit our Get Involved page to find out more ways to help the animals or contact us. 

We’d love to share your donations on social media to celebrate your kindness AND inspire others. If you have a donation and would like us to post this, PLEASE take a photo of the donation (donation only or a selfie) and send it to us so that we can post it, along with who to thank. Email info@faw.za.org 

Download wish list: FAW Wish list 2021

  • Pellets or tinned food – dog, puppy, cat, and kitten food.
  • Treats: hooves, chewies, biscuits, etc.
  • Cat litter

(new or secondhand)

  • Collars, harnesses and leads. No choke chains or prong collars.
  • Cat litter trays
  • Kennels: especially medium size. Wood, plastic or concrete.
  • Bowls (food and water)
  • Fleece blankets (easy to wash, dries quickly) and towels for use in clinic cages 
  • Pet carriers (plastic only please)
  • Airtime/data: 062 258 3547 – Cell C  (general info) and 078 892 7892 – MTN (adoptions)
  • Hardware store vouchers: Spiro’s Mica, Builder’s Warehouse, Brights (for buying runner materials for tethered dogs)

Our small, informal shop in Fisantekraal sells donated second-hand goods to raise funds for our vet bills. The following items are always welcome :

  • Clothing, shoes, linen, towels, carpets
  • Crockery and cutlery
  • Any household item in good / working condition
  • Furniture, beds, tables, desks etc
Monetary Donations

ANY amount makes a difference and you can donate via EFT to our general account or vet account, SnapScan, or PayFast.

FAW is a registered non-profit organisation (NPO 051-348) and a public benefit organisation* (PBO number 930057641), so we can issue S18A tax receipts on request. We are a Level 1 B-BBEE Exempt Micro-enterprise.

Visit our DONATE page to donate.


We go through loads of tick and flea treatments, dewormer, veterinary-grade disinfectant, and a host of other vet items.

We strictly adhere to SA veterinary guidelines and are not permitted to use expired medication, so it’s best if we purchase these ourselves as needed.

However, if you have something you think we could use or are a supplier, please do get in touch to discuss