Shacks built in 2020 and which now completely surround our clinic, hospital and small shelter could catch alight at any moment.
At the end of 2020, we indicated that we were working with industry professionals to bring together a communication and activation campaign that would highlight both the vital importance of the continuation of our work, and the crisis that is now baring down on us. Aside from the continued and growing focus on our key work at the clinic and our outreach programmes, this campaign is now front and centre for our staff and the contracted team.
Now, more than ever, we need our donors and supporters, and all stakeholders, to assist us in mitigating an ever-growing list of risk factors. Whilst the uncertainties of 2021 threaten to work against many of us, in all sectors of life, we won’t give up on our community, and we know that you won’t give up on us. Here’s to holding together through another challenging year.
A WISH LIST TO MAKE CARING FOR OUR PATIENTS A LITTLE EASIER FOR US
Veterinary medication and consumable bills continue to climb, but at least we are where we need to be, saving and improving tens of thousands of lives. For example, our minimum mass sterilisation goal for the next ten months is 2500 patient collections - our programme kicked off again on the 18th of January and we’ve already performed 275 spay and neuter procedures.
We also run a full-time clinic, hospital and animal ambulance service.
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PLEASE ENTER THIS DELIVERY ADDRESS:
SA.MAST Animal Clinic, Cnr Of Sizane & Sitofile Street,
Village 2 North, Cape Town, Khayelitsha, Cape Town, 7783
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Animal over-population = supply exceeds demand = zoonotic diseases + neglect & abuse = desensitized population = violent crime.
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