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cats’9lives – Pretoria, Gauteng

| October 19, 2010

 

cats’9lives – Pretoria, Gauteng The "cats'9lives" organisation is dedicated to caring for stray , unwanted and abandoned cats and kittens until such time that they are able to find permanent loving homes.

The "cats'9lives" organisation is dedicated to caring for stray , unwanted and abandoned cats and kittens until such time that they are able to find permanent loving homes.

The “cats’9lives” is a registered Non-Profit Organisation, dedicated to caring for stray, unwanted and abandoned cats and kittens until such time that they are able to find permanent loving homes. This organisation has no source of income and does not benefit financially from the adoption fee. Care is given by volunteers; therefore we are appealing for sponsorship of donations for food, litter and veterinary fees.
(See banking details above)

ADULTS
We have very limited space for adult cats and rely on foster homes until they are adopted. When an adult cat is rehomed the adoption fee ensures that the cat is inoculated, dewormed and sterilised. While the cat is with us they are fed, given lots of love and receives the necessary veterinary care when needed.

KITTENS
The kittens come mostly from backgrounds where the mother has disappeared or they have been dumped and left to fend for themselves. Where possible we try to keep them with their mothers until they are 6- 8 weeks old. If they are too small to feed themselves, our willing volunteers bottle or syringe feed them until they can eat solids. At this stage they come to our shelter to await adoption, which takes place from 7-8 weeks onwards. Due to the space restriction we have curtailed our numbers to about 20 kittens. The adoption fee includes 2 vaccinations, deworming, and sterilisation at 5-6 months by one of our designated veterinarians.
Since the start of “cats’9lives” in 2006 over 1200 kittens have been adopted and with the emphasis of the organisation on STERILISATION we have thus kept the number of unwanted kittens to the absolute minimum

“TOO MANY CATS BUT NOT ENOUGH LAPS”

Feral cats Because we are also involved with sterilising and feeding of feral cats we often find tame adult cats which got either lost or was abandoned by their owners, eating with the feral cats.  We then take them for a full medical check up, sterilise and innoculate them before finding them good homes. If there are kittens in a feral colony which are abandoned and can’t fend for them selves we also take them into our care. They get taken care by our volunteers who bottle feed and socialise them until thet are 8 weeks old and then they go to Avril, from where they will be adopted. All the above get funded by donations or by ourselves.

Of great importance to our organisation is the emphasis on STERILISATION to keep the numbers of unwanted kittens to the absolute minimum.

Kittens: Avril – 0723915035
Treasurer:Engela – 0834683143

e-mail: Avril mendav@intekom.co.za
Engela: cligela@lantic.net

Website: www.cats9lives.co.za

Address:
P.O. Box 98096
Waterkloof Heights
Pretoria 0065

NPO 048 – 500

Bank Account:
Standard Bank Brooklyn, Plus Plan account 414961110, Branch code 01-12-45

Catz r Us – Pretoria, Gauteng

| October 19, 2010
Catz r Us Pretoria, Gauteng Rehoming and Fostering Organization

Rehoming and Fostering Organization

Contact Person: Charlene:
Cell: 0827005839

Rehoming and Fostering Organization

CLAW – Johannesburg, Gauteng

| October 19, 2010

CLAW provides desperately needed veterinary services to dogs and cats, as well as vital animal care education to pet owners in the poorest of communities.

CLAW provides desperately needed veterinary services to dogs and cats, as well as vital animal care education to pet owners in the poorest of communities.

Contact Person: Cora Bailey

Address:

P.O. Box 546, Florida, 1710
The clinic is in Florida but please make call for directions.

Country: South Africa

Tel: 011 763 1638
Fax: 011 672 1604
eMail: tbapaw@global.co.za

website: www.claw-sa.org

CLAW provides desperately needed veterinary services to dogs and cats, as well as vital animal care education to pet owners in the poorest of communities.  Since its start in 1999, CLAW’s team of veterinarians and local volunteers have treated, vaccinated, and provided spay and neuter services to sterilize thousands of pets.

CLAW is an internationally known and well-respected animal welfare organisation, renowned as the pioneer of community based primary animal healthcare in South Africa. IFAW is proud to support CLAW as a flagship project of its Community Led Animal Welfare programme. It is the only provider of animal healthcare in most of the areas in which it works. CLAW is entirely community based and its full-time staff all hail from the areas it serves, supplemented by a loyal band of volunteers.

Co-Sanc – Johannesburg, Gauteng

| October 19, 2010
Co-Sanc is a compassionate, no-kill but scientifically run cat shelter and animal adoption centre. We are not a new charity, but it is a new place, being a co-operative venture between a veterinary clinic and 5 pro-life animal charities.

Co-Sanc is a compassionate, no-kill but scientifically run cat shelter and animal adoption centre.

Address:
We are on lovely country property in Nooitgedacht between the Lion Park and Muldersdrift.

ADOPTION INFO:
Melanie Mulock-Bentley – 084 958 8073
Jennifer Harper – 082 325 3585

STERI-SCHEME & SANCTUARY MANAGEMENT: Dr Shelagh Hahn – 082 892 1269

email:info@catshelter.co.za
Website URL:www.catshelter.co.za/

CO-SANC is a compassionate, no-kill but scientifically run cat shelter and animal adoption centre. We are not a new charity, but it is a new place, being a co-operative venture between a veterinary clinic and 5 pro-life animal charities.

We DO NOT take in animal directly from the public because we control numbers strictly and have an admission and quarantine process controlled by our vet. Admissions are strictly by arrangement with one of the participating charities, and all our animals are sourced from them. Cats live on the property.

Dogs and other animals are brought in on weekends for the public to view.

We charge a R500 adoption fee because all our cats are sterilized, vaccinated, dewormed, tested for the “Dread Disease” cat viruses, microchipped and have all past a 16-point, 7-day veterinary check/testing and quarantine period. We do all this on admission, not only on adoption, so we carry the costs upfront, and the cats are ready to leave immediately.

We DO NOT euthanase, except in rare cases of terminal illness or incurable suffering.

Apart from our cleaner/caretaker, all staff, including our vet, work on a voluntary basis, so all donations benefit the animals directly. VOLUNTEERS ALWAYS WELCOME.

We are on lovely country property in Nooitgedacht between the Lion Park and Muldersdrift. Please come and visit us for an enjoyable family day out, we are open Saturday afternoons and all day Sunday.

D.A.R.G. – Hout Bay, Western Cape

| October 19, 2010

D.A.R.G. is a pro-life, non-profit organisation that rescues, cares for and re-homes abused and abandoned cats, kittens, dogs and puppies.

D.A.R.G. cares for and re-homes abused and abandoned cats, kittens, dogs and puppies.

Address:
MAIN ROAD
HOUT BAY
WESTERN CAPE

Postal Address:
PO BOX 32074
CAMPS BAY
8040

Contact Persons: JOY GIOVANINI (Director)
Tel: (021) 790-0383
Fax: (021) 790-2050
email: info@darg.org.za
Website URL: www.darg.org.za

D.A.R.G. is a pro-life, non-profit organisation that rescues, cares for and re-homes abused and abandoned cats, kittens, dogs and puppies. We do not receive any government funding and are solely dependent on donations from the public. Please visit our website to see how you can assist us or to view the profiles of the many beautiful cats and dogs that are presently available for adoption. Our rescue/adoption centre is open between 9am and 4pm daily, including weekends.

Feeding the Furballs, Kwa-Zulu Natal

| February 28, 2015
Feeding the Furballs Animal Welfare South Africa Pet Insurance 1
Feeding the Furballs is a registered NPO feeding programme assists rescue organisations in Durban and surrounding areas.
Our Services cater for Dogs, Cats
We cater for Cats, Dogs, Monkeys and Bunnies
 Our wishlist might change from time to time, but we are in need of the following:

. Dry and wet cat and dog food
. Dog and cat treats
. Toys
. Blankets
. Financial donations

We are willing to collect if you are in the Durban area

Cell phone: 0837936897

Feral Squad, Pretoria

| June 13, 2012

A R50 monthly sponsorship to a kitty colony of your choice is all it will take to keep us purrrrring! You will change our lives forever and we’ll keep you updated every month on how we …. and most importantly our full tummies …. are doing.

Sometimes our barking friends need a little food and Tricha helps them too. We aren’t jealous because they’re just as furry and friendly as we are. Can you help them too?

Tricha uses 1000kg of cat food and 90kg of dog food per month. We receive donations of 300kgs of cat food per month but there is a shortfall of 700kgs of cat food and 60kgs of dog food per month.If we work out the amount of food our tummy’s need every month, it works out to 2 – 2.5kg per tummy per month.

If you sponsored R50 per month, that will feed a cat for one month. Yummy yum …. We’re excited again!!!!

CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION ON HOW YOU CAN SPONSOR A KITTY !!

Feral-Squad

 

 

 

FORA, Friends Of Rescued Animals – Johannesburg, Gauteng

| October 19, 2010

 

FORA, Friends Of Rescued Animals - Johannesburg, Gauteng, We adhere to a strict no-kill policy and operate on the three R's principal - Rescue, Rehabilitate and Rehome. We offer a "home-for-life" to those animals not fortunate enough to be rehomed, where they can live out their days free of pain, abuse and neglect.

Address:
1a Windsor Rd
Luipaardsvlei
Gauteng

P O Box 3150
Wilropark
Roodepoort
Gauteng
South Africa
1731

Shelter Manager: 082 336 5568

FORA Shelter: 011 665-9032

Kennel Manager: 072 413 5364

Email: info@fora.org.za

Anneke van Zyl (committee) email:  anneke.vanZyl@rmb.co.za

CATS: Viv 082 852-6749 email: viv.anne.jones@gmail.com

 

Website: www.fora.org.za

 

Our Bank details are FORA – Nedbank. Florida Branch code 190541. Account no 1905 151 209.

 

SHELTER HOURS

Monday to Friday – 09h00 to 17h00

Saturday – 09h00 to 15h00

Sunday   – 09h00 to 13h00

PLEASE NOTE THAT ON PUBLIC HOLIDAYS, CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR’S DAY WE ARE CLOSED

Please note that our clinic is currently closed to the public until further notice. We apologise for the inconvenience. 

 

PHYSICAL ADDRESS POSTAL ADDRESS

1a Windsor Rd                                            P O Box 3150

LUIPAARDSVLEI                                      WILROPARK, 1731

 

2ND HAND BOOKSHOP

4th Street

Krugersdorp North

Julie at 076 771 5480 (Jumble and Book Shop)

Monday – Friday 9h00 – 17h00

Saturday 9h00 – 13h00

 

FORA is a registered, non-profit organisation (NPO 29775) situated in Luipaardsvlei. We adhere to a strict no-kill policy and operate on the three R’s principal – Rescue, Rehabilitate and Rehome. We offer a “home-for-life” to those animals not fortunate enough to be rehomed, where they can live out their days free of pain, abuse and neglect.

How you can help

  • Just SMS the word “FORA” to 38844 and donate R10 to FORA
  • Perhaps you could make a deposit.
    Our Bank details are FORA – Nedbank. Florida Branch code 190541. Account no 1905 151 209.
    Alternatively, go to the FORA website www.fora.org.za & make your deposit from there.
    If you can sign a debit order (from R10 per month) that would be wonderful “ please contact us and we will deliver a form.
  • “ Come to the shelter and fall in love with one of us, cute puppies and kittens or house trained adorable adults!
  • Volunteering at FORA is a wonderful experience and gives one so much pleasure to be able to help all the animals who have had traumatic experiences or are just lost and unable to get home. We do not euthanase any cats or dogs and care for the animals if not adopted by giving them somewhere to live for the rest of their lives. Our adoption rate is good but there is always one coming in for the one that finds a home. All our animals are sterilized treated by vets if required and are healthy, happy and up for adoption to forever homes after strict home checks are done.

FreeMe – Johannesburg, Gauteng

| October 19, 2010

 

FreeMe is a Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre for indigenous wildlife based in Paulshof in the North of Johannesburg that was founded in 1997

 

Tell: 011 807 6993
Cell: 083 558 5658 (24 hours)
Website URL: www.freemewildlife.org.za/

FreeMe is a Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre for indigenous wildlife based in Paulshof in the North of Johannesburg that was founded in 1997. We are a non-profit, self-funding wildlife centre.

Members of the public, SPCA’s and local vets, bring compromised indigenous wildlife to the Centre. It caters largely for birds as well as small mammals such as hedgehogs, mongooses, suricates, and smaller cat species e.g. genet, caracal, serval etc. Antelope cases include duiker, springbok, and steenbok. Reptiles are also rescued and released e.g. tortoises, leguaans, snakes and chameleons.

FreeMe strives to promote a responsible attitude towards wildlife and the environment through educational programmes, newsletters, publicity and advice.
Educational talks and presentations are made to schools to instill conservation values in learners for the future preservation of nature. Community involvement includes exhibitions and lectures to citizens, bird clubs, retirement homes, and farmers.

FreeMe relies on the generosity of the general public for their continuing support.
Donations are gladly accepted!!
FreeMe is open 7 days a week from 8:00am to 5:00pm for admittance of cases or telephonic advice.
Contact: 011 807 6993
Cell: 083 558 5658 (24 hours)

Non-profit organization no: 005-380
Section 21 Company Registered No: 2004\000431\08
Public Benefit Tax Exemption No: 930017678

Banking details:
Nedbank Epsom Downs
Branch Code: 152205
Savings account: 2522 081 241

Friends of the Cat (FOTC) – Johannesburg, Gauteng

| October 19, 2010

Friends of the Cat (FOTC) is a charity organisation founded in 1991, is run by a network of volunteers and aims to alleviate the plight of the countless thousands of homeless, abused, neglected and abandoned cats in the Gauteng region and beyond.

Friends of the Cat (FOTC) is a charity organisation founded in 1991, is run by a network of volunteers and aims to alleviate the plight of the countless thousands of homeless, abused, neglected and abandoned cats in the Gauteng region and beyond.

Contact Person by telephone: Adele Joffe

Tel: (011) 442 7219 leave a message
Cell: +27 72 144 5914
Contact Person by e-mail: Cynthia Taylor
Contact Email: cyn.tay@eject.co.za

Address:
P.O. Box 85094
Emmarentia
2029

Website URL: www.friendsofthecat.co.za
Adoption Page: http://web.eject.co.za/cyn.tay

Friends of the Cat (FOTC) is a charity organisation founded in 1991, is run by a network of volunteers and aims to alleviate the plight of the countless thousands of homeless, abused, neglected and abandoned cats in the Gauteng region and beyond.

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