Happy Tales

Chelsea Le Roux and Fabian who was adopted from SPCA Louis Trichardt.
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26th Apr, 2019
He was probably dumped and left to die a slow and agonizing death in the middle island between two main roads near promenade. Dehydrated and starved and a nylon rope knotted tightly twice around his neck. ...read more

On the 29th of October 2018, Vicky Welman-Gerber received a call for help from the Animal Protection Network’s Zuerina Venter. Vicky and Karolien Theron rushed through, thinking it was related to a dog they’d been searching two months for. ...read more

This ginger-and-white kitten, now named Katana, came to us along with three siblings. All of them had unfortunately contracted sniffles and hadn’t been treated. A rush to the vet ensued, with each of them receiving the right treatment and Katana also being seen to for his infected eye. ...read more

Rescuing Shimbungu

12th Apr, 2019
During the December school holidays, my father, Jannie Otto, woke us one morning and showed us a video of this dog that had been hit by a car and left for dead. It was clear that this accident had left the dog paralysed, and it was very upsetting. My father told us that we should get ready, as we were going to go and help look for this dog. ...read more

Cinnamon, whom we fondly call “Bird” or “Little Bird”, thanks to his constant chirping, turned five in October 2018. A rescued kitten, our Little Bird was found in a roof space and taken to our local vet in 2013. ...read more

Drogon, my beloved dog, disappeared in an area comprising mostly farmlands with crops and grass as far as the eye can see; to make matters worse, he was 20 to 25km away from his home environment. I had no idea where to start looking... ...read more

Roxy was brought to Mdzananda Animal Clinic after her owner accidentally drove over her. She’d been under or behind the car when it left the yard. Both her front legs and jaw were fractured in the accident. ...read more

After finding Phoebe on the 8th of July 2018 (http://www.happytailsmagazine.co.za/happy-tales/finding-phoebe/), I was initially optimistic that we’d find Oberon soon. I believed it would be just a matter of a few weeks, and then he’d be safely home. ...read more

Hudson became part of the African Tails family when he was found in Dunoon by Janika Tyni and Shannon Moore, who were involved in community educational outreach work in the area. How Hudson survived for so long on his own, in such a state, was beyond our comprehension. ...read more

Saving Little Harvey

20th Mar, 2019
It had been a tough and exhausting day at work, and by 18h00 I was already in my pyjamas and snuggled up on the couch with my rescue dog, Chester. I foster neonatals – fragile little kittens from a few hours old to a few days; I often get those who need extra care, TLC and someone with knowledge and veterinary experience in ensuring they survive. ...read more

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