Animal Welfare Organisations


Be inspired by people and the organisations which make a difference every day. This is where you’ll learn about the humble beginnings of rescue organisations that never gave up, and discover who needs your help and how you can enrich the life of a homeless animal.


 

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Border Collies are a popular breed in South Africa. People often get them because they’re attractive, intelligent (listed in the top five most intelligent dog breeds), and loyal. They’re often shown on TV doing tricks, herding sheep, and being very obedient, adding to people’s interest in the breed. ...read more
 

In the severely impoverished communities of Johannesburg South, one woman spends every spare moment striving to improve the well-being of the animals (and their people) living in these areas. Hellen White, of Hellen – Working in the Community, supports over 200 animals, assisting with top-up feeding, sterilisations, vaccinations and veterinary care ...read more
 

The Transkei Animal Welfare Initiative (TAWI) is a grassroots NPO providing basic companion animal health care services in 16 rural communities in the Eastern Cape’s former Transkei. TAWI is not a shelter and rarely rehomes animals. Instead, TAWI works in an outreach capacity, proactively improving the health and well-being of animals in remote rural communities where there are no veterinary services for 100s of kilometers. ...read more
 

FORA

28th Nov, 2016
Friends of Rescued Animals (FORA), located in Krugersdorp (Mogale City), Gauteng, is a pro-quality of life animal shelter following the ‘Three Rs’ principle: Rescue, Rehabilitate, and Rehome. FORA view themselves as ‘a stepping stone towards an animal’s next (hopefully forever) home and strive to give them the best quality life we can while in our care’. ...read more
 

Cluny Animal Trust

31st Jul, 2016
Cluny Animal Trust, founded in 2011, is a Community Veterinary Welfare situated in the Eastern Free State. We chiefly provide a primary healthcare service to the impoverished communities of Fouriesburg, Clarens and Bethlehem. Our prime focus is on preventive treatments, including sterilisations, vaccinations and parasite control, but we also treat illnesses ...read more
 

African Tails

11th Oct, 2016
African Tails, who work in and around the Township areas of Dunoon and Joe Slovo, as well as Brooklyn, where they are situated, are our focus organisation for this month's “You Can Help Us” article. Read their list, visit their website, and help African Tails to continue their incredible work ...read more
 

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