Witbank – Outreach Programme & Sterilisation Weekend
Cluny aim’s to end the needless suffering of animals by providing much needed veterinary treatment. We do this by using our mobile theatre, Daisy and during this time in Witbank we will sterilise and vaccinate as many animals as we can. We also spend time educating owners in proper animal care.
Please follow this link to find our Application for Pet Sterilisation Form – https://www.jotform.com/form/72223883591562
They have 1000 tickets available for sale.
Each ticket will cost R100.
Thus, R25 k up for grabs!
Why would they run a Sweepstake?
According to the spokesperson for the Cluny Animal Trust, the National Lottery Commission no longer shares funding to animal welfare charities like the Cluny Animal Trust, which prompted them to make their own luck and raise funds themselves!
This is how it will work
As of the May 1, 2019, until 31 July 2019 they will have 1000 tickets available for sale. Each ticket will cost R100 and 75% of the funds raised will go to the Cluny Animal Trust with which much-needed veterinary services will be delivered to the animals of the poorest of the poor in the eastern Free State.
What is in it for you?
25% of the funds raised will go to a single prize winner! That means if they sell all 1000 tickets someone (maybe you) can win up to R25,000!
The draw will take place on 5th August 2019. You can select your ticket number/s (providing that the number you want is available otherwise they will select one for you) and there is no limitation to the amount of tickets you can purchase.
Don’t let geography stand in your way because they can email you a copy of your ticket, so you don’t need to worry about getting a physical hard copy.
If you would like to purchase a ticket/s please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
We want to build 100 kennels in celebration of Mandela Day. These kennels will be give to pet owners in the community where the living conditions of animals are less than perfect.
It can be dangerous to leave your dog outside with no protection when temperatures plummet. Every dog that’s left outside should be given the choice of using a kennel. Kennels should be watertight and protect from driving rain at the front.
Please sponsor this initiative.
Just R150 per kennel will help us to build and provide food and a blanket per kennel.
About Cluny Animal Trust
Come sink a putt to save a mutt!
It is for a good cause. Cluny Animal Trust really do good work. And if you do not play, go watch.
The Cluny Animal Trust (CAT) is a non-profit veterinary welfare organisation that was established in 2011 to serve the needs of animals owned by impoverished residents of the Eastern Free State and further afield.
CAT stems from Dr Katherine Barker’s sterilisation programme established in 2004 and it is currently run from her small veterinary clinic in Fouriesburg and her satellite practice in Clarens.
The sad reality is that there is a growing number of animals who receive little or no veterinary care and/or are victims of neglect, abuse, poor living conditions, lack of socialisation, dog-fighting or other forms of animal cruelty. Most recently, the very real problem that has now come to our attention is puppy-farming – which is seen as an opportunity to make a ‘quick buck’ with puppies being offered on the town square in Clarens on a Saturday morning. The poor economic climate in the Eastern Free State remains a barrier and significantly affects the ability of many pet owners to properly care for their animals.
The Cluny Animal Trust aims to:
- End the needless suffering of animals by providing veterinary treatment
- Educate owners in proper animal care, feeding and preventive treatment
- Run a small animal hospital and a mobile clinic
- Sterilise animals to prevent unwanted litters