Competition runs from 22 Feb-15 March 2021
Over the course of four weeks, the SA.MAST Animal Clinic in Cape Town’s largest and fastest growing township, Khayelitsha, is giving away a R1000.00 gift voucher every week! PAW-Some!
Sit, stay, there is more...
If you’ve entered into any of the previous BABY-PAW draws, you’re automatically entered into the June 2021 MAMA-PAW Lucky Draw to stand a chance of winning prizes to the value of
Save the SA.MAST cell number 079 254 5034 to your phone
your name + email address + answer to this week’s question:
"What is the name of the township
that the SA.MAST Animal Clinic is located in?"
Fast-forward to next week Monday and look out for a WHATSAPP message from SA.MAST. We will let you know who has won themselves the R1000 Takealot Gift Voucher - it could be you!
It will also be your next opportunity to enter into that week’s BABY-PAW Lucky Draw with a new and easy question to answer.
DON’T FORGET TO LOOK OUT FOR THE WHATSAPP!
One entry only per lucky draw please.
SA.MAST will not share your information with any third party.
By entering this competition, you agree that SA.MAST may from time to time keep you updated on their activities.
DID YOU KNOW…
ANIMAL WELFARE IS NOT ALL ABOUT THE ANIMALS?
Zoonosis are diseases and infections that are transferable from affected animals to humans.
Covid-19 is a zoonotic infection.
The free and consistent SA.MAST mass animal sterilisation and primary treatment programme in Khayelitsha prevents animal overpopulation, neglect and the spread of zoonotic conditions.
Examples of zoonosis in cats or dogs are parasites such as roundworm, whipworm, hookworm and tapeworm or Sarcoptes mites that burrow beneath the skin and lay their eggs.
As an in-township organisation providing hundreds of effective veterinary interventions every week, including the curing of zoonotic conditions, we are delivering a variety of supportive services which is essential for many of the City of Cape Town’s focus areas, including its Health Department.
"To ensure the City of Cape Town will be a healthier city with adequate and equitable distribution of resources to render quality, comprehensive, cost-effective primary health care services. This will be achieved through a district health system with a committed and dynamic workforce supported by strong, competent shared leadership with collaboration and commitment from the community and other partners."
Dr Paul Nkurunziza
Acting Director: City Health
TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THE SA.MAST ANIMAL CLINIC, OUR CHALLENGING PARTNERSHIP WITH THE CITY OF CAPE TOWN OR TO SUPPORT OUR WORK, PLEASE VISIT OUR WEBSITE
For more information contact:
Tamsin Nel, Founder & Director,
South African Mass Animal Sterilisation Trust
Tel: +27 (0) 21 715 2054 | Cell: +27 (0) 84 778 1215
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | www.samast.co.za
PUBLIC BENEFIT ORGINISATION NO: 930028769
TRUST REGISTRATION NUMBER: IT3310/2006