Poll Question
Should the animals of unemployed, or indigent owners, be sterilised?

 Yes (127)
 No (1)



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Offering Hope in Deprived Communities
10 October 2016  
 

This wonderful photo has already been widely admired by so many of our Facebook friends, and depicts a typical day at the office for Jan Sander. The image was captured just moments before...Click the header to read the full article

 
 

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17/6/2016  
 

There have been quite a few rehomings lately, both dogs and cats going to their forever homes after a period of fostering at Katherine’s house.... Click the header to read the full article

 
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Why Sterilize?
May 2016  
 

Why should you support the sterilization of dogs and cats? The answer is simple. It significantly reduces suffering and it significantly reduces the animal welfare bill.... Click on the header to read the full Article

 
 

Preventable Diseases in Dogs and Cats
 
 

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Rabies Virus no laughing matter!
08 August 2014  
 

RABIES IS A DEADLY DISEASE THAT AFFECTS US ALL. This was brought home to us once again this month when 2 young boys from Mashaeng, the township of Fouriesburg, carried their pet dog into town to see Ntate Jan from Cluny Animal Trust, because they had heard that he helps with animals. Fly couldn’t close his mouth and was dribbling as if he had something stuck in his mouth or throat. Click the header to read more...

 
   

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