Woodrock Animal Rescue
Tel: +27 84 585 2418
51 R511, Hennopsrivier, 0157, South Africa
WOODROCK BELIEVES THAT EACH ANIMAL DESERVES A LOVING, STABLE "FOREVER HOME" OUR GOAL Our goal is to ensure a sustainable lifelong relationship between the new owner and its newly acquired furry friend. Every animal deserves a second chance and thus every effort is made to match the most suitable rescue to the most suitable home, thereby minimising the chances of having to re-home again, if it doesn’t work out. WHAT WE DO We provide assistance to unfortunate, homeless, abused, neglected, stray, injured, ill, geriatric and unwanted animals that would otherwise have miserable lives and premature deaths. The rescue centre provides food, necessary medical care such as inoculations, vaccinations, sterilizations etc. and preventative medicine including deworming, flea and tick dips etc. OUR PEOPLE Nicholas and Estelle, the founders, are extremely focused on their goal and their passion and drive have afforded their vision to become a reality. Woodrock Animal Rescue is a registered non – profit organisation. Together with amazing staff and ongoing community support, Woodrock have been able to make a difference. Nicholas will go above and beyond the call of duty to save a dog. Estelle is known for her bulldog approach and is unflinchingly uncompromising when faced with an animal in need.
Wollies Animal Project
Tel: +27 79 916 4602
101 Rooikat St, Pretoria, 0110, South Africa
Wollies animal shelter started with promoting sterilisation projects at affordable prices to assist the abandoned and less fortunate animals. Our motto has always been to educate and help prevent unwanted litters. In doing so we are saving thousands of lives’ and helping to prevent neglet, abuse and abandonment of animals. The project is on-going and every week our dedicated volunteers transport animals to our vet to be sterilised.
WildlifeDirect Kenya Hidden location
Tel: +254 705 133509
Karen Rd, Nairobi, Kenia
Changing hearts, minds and laws to ensure Africa's critical species endure forever. // Connecting people to their wildlife and nature and inspiring them to value and act to conserve it.
Wild and Free Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre
Tel: 078 988 5748
Wild and Free is a rehabilitation Centre for indigenous wildlife in South Africa. “Rescue, Rehabilitate and Release” is their motto. One of the center’s primary motives is to educate our youth on the importance of living in harmony with nature, caring for our precious fauna and flora, and enjoying South Africa’s exceptional beauty and biodiversity.
Wetnose Animal Rescue Centre
Tel: +27 13 932 3941
75 R104, Vaalbank, Bronkhorstspruit, 1055, South Africa
The Wet Nose Animal Rescue Center is a Right to Life animal shelter that rescues, rehabilitates and then re-homes abused, abandoned and neglected animals. Right to Life means that no animal is put to sleep, unless it is in severe suffering and cannot be saved. Every animal is loved and cared for until a loving home is found for it, no matter how long it takes. The dogs are walked daily and taken to exercise runs, so that they have a good quality of life, and get exercise during their stay with us. The cats live in beautiful catteries where they are spoiled with love and toys, and anything their little heart’s desire. Our staff are well trained to care for the animals in their care and to treat every animal with dignity and respect. Every member of staff has a true passion for animals and not one of the 40 staff members think of their work as just a job. This mindset ensures that our animals are happy and content – because every life is precious! Wet Nose does not receive any government or municipal funding of any kind and relies on the animal loving public for its survival. We currently care for around 350 animals, mostly dogs and cats, but also horses, donkeys, emu’s etc. We believe that every animal deserves a second chance to love and be loved, which is why we fight for them, laugh and cry with them, and try to make sure that the joy outweighs the heartache
79 Reservoir Road, Somerset West, Natures Valley, Cape Town, 7130, South Africa
VETSOL (The Vetsol Trust) is a registered non-profit and peoples benefit organization. Our main objective is to provide regular and safe veterinary sterilisation services in areas where veterinary care is either unaffordable, or absent. VETSOL actively partners with welfare organizations who work in rural or township communities that do not have resident veterinarians.
Vervet Monkey Foundation
Tel: 083 454 5381
TZANEEN 0850 PLOT 35 Californina
In 1989 the plight of the vervet monkey species in South Africa first came to light when an orphaned baby vervet monkey, only hours old was discovered. Enquiries to recognised authorities concerning the fate of such primates revealed that there were no facilities to provide for its care and welfare, instead they were told to kill the monkey because, such animals were regarded as vermin. As environmentalists and humanitarians, they saw that the solution to this problem did not lie in euthanasing these orphaned primates but rather, the need for an organisation to provide a sanctuary for them and to holistically investigate what was in fact happening to this indigenous primate of South Africa.
Uitsig Animal Rescue Centre
Tel: +27 83 375 3606
13 Kleine Zouterivier, Cape Farms, Cape Town, 7441, South Africa
Uitsig Animal Rescue Centre is a pro-quality of life organization that functions based on the principles of the rehabilitation and rehoming of stray, ill and abandoned animals, the sterilization of animals to curb the growing problem of over-population and the education of animal owners on the proper care and sterilization of their animals.
Tel: +27 12 803 5219
Petroleum St, Pretoria, 0127, South Africa
Our mission is to act in the best interests of all animals, be they domestic, farm, wildlife, working and traction animals, animals reared for consumption, animals used for sport, hunting, research, or animals used for entertainment and exhibitions.
The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust
Tel: +254 20 2301396
KWS Central Workshop Gate, off, Nairobi, Kenya
The DSWT is dedicated to the protection and conservation of wildlife and habitats in Kenya. Best known for the rescue and hand-rearing of milk dependent orphaned baby elephants and rhinos, so that they can return to the wild when grown, the DSWT also manages anti-poaching teams, mobile veterinary units and community outreach programs.
The Africat Foundation Hidden location
Tel: +264 (0) 67 304566
Based on Okonjima's 22 000 ha private, Nature Reserve, 50 kilometers south of Otjiwarongo in central Namibia, the AfriCat Foundation was founded in the early 90’s and formally registered as a non-profit organisation in August 1993. AfriCat has since grown significantly and what started out primarily as a welfare organisation has over the years identified the need to include a focus on education and research as being essential to accomplishing their mission - the long-term conservation of Namibia’s large carnivores.
TEARS Cattery and Boarding Cattery
Tel: +27 21 785 1310
Wenga Farm, 21 Kommetjie Rd, Sunnydale, Cape Town, 7975, South Africa
Animal Rescue (The Emma Animal Rescue Society) is one of the country’s leading organisations in the areas of animal rescue, veterinary services, and the rehabilitation and rehoming of rescued domestic animals. All the animals in our care have been abandoned, abused or neglected so following rescue, individuals are rehabilitated using best veterinary and animal behavioural practices to prepare them for adoption into new homes. TEARS works hard to re-unite lost animals with their guardians, and carries out a wider programme of veterinary outreach and humane education in our communities, that promotes the responsibility and burden of care we have towards the animals that share our lives. Our vision is one of continuous improvement and expansion in order to rescue, rehabilitate, re-home, or re-unite every domestic animal that has nowhere else to turn and is in need of a champion.
TAPO-Tanzania Animals Protection Organization Hidden location
TAPO is a non profit organization dedicated for the protecting the welfare of All Animal in the Country of Tanzania, East Africa
Tel: +27 11 825 5033
Junction Rd, Germiston, 1400, South Africa
Our Aim is to prevent and eliminate all cruelty to all animals, whether arising from ignorance, neglect or deliberate cruelty, and to alleviate suffering by such cruelty
SIBANYE ANIMAL WELFARE AND CONSERVANCY TRUST Hidden location
Sibanye was founded by Alfred Sihwa after realising that it has not been the culture of our community to consider animal welfare as an area of importance
Save-A-Pet Animal Shelter
Tel: +27 41 372 1780
Cape Rd, Port Elizabeth, 6390, South Africa
Save-a-Pet is an animal rescue centre situated near Greenbushes, Port Elizabeth that rescues, rehabilitates, reunites and re-homes abandonedreception, abused, lost and stray animals. Our aim is to sterilize and to eliminate cruelty to all animals, whether arising from ignorance, neglect or deliberate cruelty and to alleviate suffering and promote wellbeing. In addition to the more than 200 dogs and cats in our full time care, Save-a-Pet is actively involved in the surrounding informal areas, where sterilisation, feeding and urgent veterinary medical care is our main focus.
Tel: +27 82 508 0384
80/1 Nielsen Rd, Benoni, 1509, South Africa
Pug Rescue South Africa rescues, rehabilitates, rehomes and offers sanctuary to Pugs in South Africa.
Pretoria Dog Rescue
Tel: +27 82 569 2663
Piet Retief Rd, Pretoria Townlands 351-Jr, Centurion, South Africa
They are an animal rescue group based in Pretoria. PDR is a registered NPC and a pro-life shelter. They rent privately-owned kennels in Thaba Tswhane.
Peanut Animal Welfare
Tel: +2776 339 5485
Atlantic Avenue, Melkbosstrand, Cape Town, South Africa
Peanut Animal Welfare is a non-profit organisation consisting of volunteers actively involved in Melkbosstrand.
New Beginnings Rescue Centre
Tel: +27 72 942 9011
Roodewal Small Holdings, Bloemfontein, 9300, South Africa
New Beginnings Rescue Centre mission is to provide a safe haven for homeless animals, to meet their medical, physical and emotional needs, and to tirelessly work to find them permanent loving homes.
N/a'an ku sê Lodge and Wildlife Sanctuary
Tel: +264 61 307 338
Farm Frauenstein 277, East of Windhoek, Transkalahari Highway, Namibia, Namibia
N/a'an ku sê Lodge and Wildlife Sanctuary mission is to conserve the land, cultures and wildlife of Namibia, Africa. We aim to achieve this through encouraging participation, education and innovative activity.
Mdzananda Animal Clinic Khayelitsha
Tel: +27 82 251 0554
21297 Govan Mbeki Road, Khayelitsha, Mandela Park, Cape Town, 7740, South Africa
The Mdzananda Animal Clinic strives to see a community that cares for every animal be it a pet, neighbour's pet, stray or farm animal. A community that loves animals is a healthy community. By looking after an animal people learn responsibility, respect for life, compassion and non-violence. Mdzananda works on enhancing the wellbeing of animals and their human companions through providing low cost veterinary health care services, education and by forming partnerships inside and outside of the community.
Mazarat Animal Rescue
Brackenhill Road, Waterfall, South Africa
Mazarat Animal Rescue is a no-kill, safe haven for rescue animals. We endeavor to rescue, rehabilitate, sterilize and rehome rescued, abandoned & surrendered dogs and cats. All rehoming is done after a Home Check and Adoption papers have been completed and the animal is vaccinated & sterilized before they go to their new homes.
Lucky Lucy Foundation
Tel: +27 72 779 7424
N7, Cape Farms, Malmesbury, 7441, South Africa
The Lucky Lucy Foundation is a Non-Profit, Pro-life, Pro-Quality of Life organization that tries to relieve the plight of severely neglected and abused township and street animals, but also socially uplifts and educates destitute and impoverished children and people in and around Cape Town, and has been improving the lives of animals and families since its inception in 2010.
Limbe Wildlife rehabilitation Hidden location
Conserving wildlife through rescue and rehabilitation, education and community initiatives
Kleinmond Animal Clinic
Tel: +27 28 271 4183
79 Main Rd, Kleinmond, 7195, South Africa
KAWS (Kleinmond Animal Welfare Society) helps and educates the community about caring properly for their animals. KAWS along with the South African Veterinary Association tries to help the local community that can't afford vet bills, to still have medical care available to them. Along with the local municipality, KAWS teaches people why its important to neuter your animals and what will happen if our animals population over exceed its limits.
Kitten Rescue Pietermaritzburg
Tel: +27 (82) 478-5860
Lincoln Meade, Pietermaritzburg
We are just a couple of individuals who deeply care about fur babies and want to help make a difference in their lives, giving them an opportunity to a perfect forever after. We work as a team to foster the kittens we rescue and help nurture them into the healthy babies they should be. We receive no funding whatsoever, and rely purely on donations to function. When rehoming a kitten, we take into account the kitten, its personality and its health. We do not home a kitten simply because it is in need of a home, or is a certain age. We reserve the right to turn down an offer of adoption, should the circumstances and the kitten not coincide. We also offer assistance to those who are needing foster/forever homes for their kittens by networking their pleas on our page and helping where possible.
Johannesburg Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
Tel: +27 11 681 3600
5 Benray Rd, Reuven, Johannesburg, 2091, South Africa
The Johannesburg SPCA believes that animals, as living creatures, have value beyond economic measurement, and are entitled to legal, moral and ethical consideration and protection. We aim to cultivate in the people of our community an awareness of the animals whose world we share and to instill respect for and appreciation for all living things. We assist indigent, elderly and underprivileged people of our community by providing subsidised health services and support for their pets.
Tel: +27 82 851 9576
Sunset Dr, Krugersdorp, 1739, South Africa
Husky Rescue Southern Africa is a non-profit organisation that specialises in the rescue and re-homing of huskies and other Nordic breeds of dogs. With the popularity of the Siberian, Malamute and other Nordic breeds increasing over the last couple of years we have found a dramatic increase in the number of lost and abandoned dogs. Families have seen movies like Balto and Eight Below and dog lovers are captured by the beautiful white coats and gorgeous blue eyes and puppies were purchased by the dozen. An increase in demand results in an increase of supply and as a result irresponsible backyard breeders have flooded neighbourhoods with puppies without educating people on the very specific needs of these breeds of dogs. Families have found themselves unable or unwilling to accommodate the needs of the dogs and dogs are found roaming the streets, abandoned or even worse; abused. Hence the need for an organisation like ours. It has become evident that people are ill-informed and ignorant to the very specific needs of the breed. To compound the issue of ignorance, back-yard breeding has increased the number of husky puppies available to the public and husky owners are purchasing pets with bad bloodlines and genetic defects.
Holistic Animal Life Uganda
Tel: +256 779035572
Okecoyere, Barapwo parish, Lira sub county, Lira District, Uganda.
Hoal-Uganda started in 2014 by a group of volunteer youths as animal kindness club that registered as a Community Based Organization (CBO) to respond swiftly to the immediate needs of stray and sick animals, abandoned pets and systematically tackling the root causes of animal abuses, cruelty, stray dog over population and economic problems that prevails as a result of the 23 years of armed conflict of the Kony's Lord resistant Army (LRA) in Northern Uganda. Todate, our CBO is mandated to offer the following services:- Veterinary services, humane education, pet adoptions, Animal Welfare Education (AWE), Low-cost spaying and neutering, vaccination and wildlife conservation through education.
Gorilla Doctors Hidden location
Gorilla Doctors provides life-saving medical care to the critically endangered mountain and Grauer's gorillas of Rwanda, Uganda, and DR Congo.
Friends of Rietfontein
Tel: +2711 943 3578
138 Holkam Road, Sandton, South Africa
Friends of Rietfontein is a volunteer body that helps to protect, preserve and promote the Rietfontein Nature Reserve in Paulshof, Johannesburg. Friends of Rietfontein is made up of members of Joburg City Parks, FreeMe Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre and the Paulshof Residents Ratepayers Assocation. The pristine 24 hectare bushveld nature reserve stretches over a rocky ridge and forms part of the green belt that runs all the way to Kyalami in the north. The Reserve is home to FreeMe, and is located at 138 Holkam Street, Rietfontein Ridge, Paulshof, Johannesburg, South Africa. The reserve is open every day from 6 am - 6 pm and can be accessed via either the main entrance at 138 Holkam Road or via the FreeMe entrance just a little further down the road. Entrance is free, but please note that no dogs are allowed in the reserve. There is a short and relatively easy walking trail in the reserve - suitable for kids - which takes visitors to the top of the ridge with great views of Sandton.
Friends of Free Wildlife
Tel: +27 82 561 3681
193 Maple Rd, Midrand, 1684, South Africa
A bunch of passionate and qualified wildlife rehabilitators who have rebuilt a brand new FULLY PERMITTED Community/Volunteer based Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre.
Free Me Wildlife Rehabilitation K Z N
Tel: +27 33 330 3036
Dry Mountain, No 1 Karkloof Road, Howick, 3290, South Africa
FreeMe Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre KZN (FreeMe KZN), at its core, is a non-profit organisation that rescues and rehabilitates injured and abandoned indigenous wildlife until they are well enough to be released. We however are not only about animals, we are about people too. We believe in increasing the economic well being and life of ALL stakeholders. We are an ecosystem, a social ecosystem, everything is related to everything else. To neglect one aspect will cause a negative domino effect on all ultimately. We enrich lives by adding value.
Fallen Angels Bird Sanctuary & Rescue facility. Hidden location
Tel: +27 74 737 2729
420 Peniel, Mission Rd, Ashburton, Pietermaritzburg, 3217, South Africa
Fallen Angels Bird Sanctuary & Rescue Facility, NPO 202-562, is a centre for abused, unwanted and abandoned birds of all species, ages, sizes. Indigenous or wild birds are hand reared and released appropriately into their natural habitat, if possible. Injured birds unable to fend for themselves remain free roaming within the sanctuary. Parrots reside with them permanently, they are not bred, sold or adopted out. Their feeding, housing, medical needs are attended to.
Dullstroom Bird of Prey and Rehabilitation Centre
R540 corner Kruisfontein Road 1km out of Dullstroom on Belfast side, Dullstroom 1110, South Africa
The Dullstroom Bird Of Prey and Rehabilitation Centre was established in 1997 and has been located at its present site since November 2004. The Centre’s original aim was as an educational centre, teaching members of the public about raptors and promoting an awareness of the raptor species and their plight as a growing endangered species. The need for care of injured and orphaned birds of prey prescribed the evolving of the rehabilitation centre as well. The time has now come where the province is in desperate need of facilities that cater for all species; hence the vision has expanded the education and rehabilitation facility to encompass all species of wildlife.
Domestic Animal Rescue Group
Tel: +27 21 790 0383
Hout Bay Rd, Scott Estate, Cape Town, 7806, South Africa
DARG is a pro-life, non-profit organisation that rescues, cares for, sterilizes and rehomes previously abused, neglected and abandoned CATS and DOGS. DARG provides a crucial role for the communities of Imizamo Yethu, Hangberg and the greater Hout Bay area.
Domestic Animal Care
Tel: +27 21 790 0383
51 Cape Road, Port Elizabeth, South Africa
To assist and educate owners of domestic animals in impoverished and underprivileged areas in the proper care of their pets. To increase the numbers within our feeding programme to treat as many injured, ill, or infected animals as finances will allow. To arrange for sterilisation.
Dogtown SA New Centre
Tel: +27 63 040 6071
Pretoria Rural, South Africa
Dogtown SA is a pro-life, animal rehabilitation centre, specialising in so-called “problem” dogs. We prefer to call them misunderstood dogs. We provide them with the best care and rehabilitation programmes, from behaviour modiﬁcation to extensive medical treatments. This includes a full medical examinations, microchips, vaccinations and sterilisations. The dogs in our care are assessed and then an individual training programme is put into place by our 4 internal behaviourists. We aim to offer lifelong commitment to the dogs that come into our care and a lifetime of support to their new families.
Dassenberg Horse Rescue Centre
Tel: +27 21 572 0738
Trex Court Farm, Klein Dassenberg, Cape Farms, Cape Town, South Africa
The Dassenberg Horse Rescue Centre (DHRC) is a prolife non-profit animal rescue centre that provides and takes in severely traumatized, neglected, abused and injured horses and dogs.
Cluny Animal Trust
Tel: +27 58 223 0918
25 De Villiers Street, Fouriesburg, 9725, South Africa
The Cluny Animal Trust is an independent, non-govermental veterinary welfare organization established in February 2011 to serve the needs of animals owned by impoverished residents of the Eastern Free State. The trust stems from Dr. Katherine Barker’s sterilisation program established in 2004 and is currently run from her small private veterinary clinic in Fouriesburg.
Cetamada Hidden location
Tel: +261 32 12 090 31
Cétamada is a Malagasy Non-Profit Association created in May, 2009. Their goal is to protect marine mammal population and their habitat in Madagascar. The Association is committed to sustainable development, involving local populations in its actions. Cétamada supports marine mammal themed economic activities which generate direct revenues for local communities. Their activities are centered on 4 main actions : Support and promote sustainable eco-tourism // Educate and raise awareness of the environment and marine heritage // Develop community activities // Scientific research
Cause 4 Paws
Tel: +27 71 641 8888
101 Swartkoppies Road, Alberton, South Africa
Cause 4 Paws mission is to sterilise and vaccinate as many domestic dogs and cats as possible! We aim to educate the general public on the importance of sterilising their pets and keeping up to date with their pets' yearly vaccinations. We are passionate about educating and empowering our youth on animal care and eradicating the many dangerous old wives tales and fallacies that we find endangering our furry and feathered friends!
Cape of Good Hope SPCA
Tel: +27 21 700 4140
1st Ave & First Road, Cape Town, 8000, South Africa
As the largest and oldest animal welfare organisation in the Western Cape, no other organisation has the same impact on the lives of animals as the Cape of Good Hope SPCA does. Our state-of-the-art Animal Hospital; experienced and well-staffed Inspectorate; dedicated Horse Care Unit; large Animal Care Centre and highly competent team of administrators and fundraisers, sets us apart from others. The Cape of Good Hope SPCA can make a difference because we employ some of the hardest working people, whose passion for animals helps them find ways to cope with the heart-wrenching abuse they are exposed to on an almost daily basis.
Tel: +27 79 462 5572
0D Van Tonder Rd, Edenvale, 1613, South Africa
Brainy Birds Rescue founder Dee Hendrickx started this vital sanctuary in her home some years ago, when she first rescued a few neglected, abandoned parrots.
Tel: +27 11 894 2814
3 Klein St, Benoni, 1501, South Africa
We are dedicated to the prevention of cruelty to all animals. Company Overview “We would like you to know that not only will your donation directly benefit the animals in our area but – through a sharing agreement between all SPCAs nationwide – a portion will be used in other, less fortunate areas to benefit animals over a wider area. We feel sure you will approve of this outreach initiative and wish to thank you most sincerely for supporting our SPCA and the movement generally.”
Ark Animal Rescue Centre
Tel: +27 87 742 2211
17 Howard Ave, 2191, South Africa
Who we are: Ark Animal Centre is the leading rehabilitation and re-homing animal shelter in South Africa, and is the only shelter that specifically caters for pregnant mom dogs and puppies. We have a no suffer policy for animals in our care. Based in Fourways, JHB, we specialise in the rehabilitation and re-homing of puppies, pregnant mom’s and small breed dogs from all types of backgrounds. We take in puppies from all over Gauteng and we home puppies country wide. We homed 100 dogs in our first 100 days – a first in welfare. Our shelter facilities are built for small breed dogs and puppies. We do not take in any adult dogs, only puppies under 3 months old and pregnant moms.
Tel: +27 78 347 8745
135 R45, Vredenburg, 7380, South Africa
Animal lighthouse is a pro-life animal sanctuary for township animals. Our mission is to help as many township animals as we can to find love and healing. We want to work with the communities to help them through education to look after their animals.
A New Hope Dog Rescue
Plot 28, Nooitgedacht Rd Kliprivier, Midvaal Gauteng South Africa
A New Hope Dog Rescue is a small family run dog shelter located in Kliprivier, Midvaal, Gauteng, South Africa. It is headed up by mom, dog lover and passionate rescuer Liv Stirling. // A New Hope Dog Rescue endeavours to break the mould of a “typical”shelter by providing large, social runs for the dogs in our care and the opportunity for them to be as much a part of a family as possible. Because of our unique set-up most of the dogs are able to experience sleeping inside, many for the first time in their lives. // A New Hope Dog Rescue is pro-life and does not euthanize unless the dogs are terminally ill or considered a danger to society – all steps are taken to rehabilitate any dogs in our care and find them homes suitable for their temperament. OUR MISSION: TO RESCUE, REHABILITATE AND REHOME. WE OFFER SAFETY AND LOVE TO DOGS OF ALL BREEDS, AGES, SHAPES AND SIZES // We are a no kill shelter ensuring the wellbeing, health and happiness of all the animals that come into our care We have happy, warm enclosures that ensure we provide them with the best opportunity for a second chance at the life they deserve We aim to make a lasting change to the local communities through education in animal welfare and sterilisation With very few staff members we are in touch with each and every dog in the shelter on a constant basis. // Sterilisation is considered our most important role and is absolutely non-negotiable for any dog that enters the shelter and we work with some exceptional vets to further this purpose. // We use the following programmes; Spay/neuter programs // Adoption programs // Retention programs // Volunteers // Partnering // Funding is important to maintain the life and vitality of our institution for the benefit of all animals in our care. We need funding from the public, and in order to be operational we rely solely on the support of our community
4 Paws and a tale
Tel: +27 84 626 5508
9 Stevens Rd, Park Rynie, 4182, South Africa
Animal Rescue in Scottburgh, Kwa Zulu Natal. We are a registered NPO (121-404) and we rescue and re home abandoned, abused and neglected animals in the Scottburgh and surrounding areas. We also feed, provide medical care and shelter for the strays and animals in the local townships and underprivileged areas.