Cluny Animal Trust Charity Golf Day

Cluny Animal Trust Charity Golf Day

Sink a putt to save a mutt!

If you are looking for a reason to come to Clarens for a weekend then our annual Golf Day is the perfect excuse!

All of the proceeds raised from the day go towards helping us to fund our veterinary work – so come and sink a putt to save a mutt!

We also have some fantastic Play & Stay Options available as well as early bird discounts when you book and pay by 31st May 2020.

For more information please contact Imogen Tarita – imogen@clunyanimaltrust.co.za

Amazing work at the Lionsrock Big Cat Sanctuary & Lodge

Amazing work at the Lionsrock Big Cat Sanctuary & Lodge

The LIONSROCK Big Cat Sanctuary & Lodge is situated 13km from Bethlehem.

With an ever-increasing need to home rescued big cats from zoos, circuses and private keeping, global animal welfare organisation FOUR PAWS headed to South Africa in 2006 in search of an appropriate home for these animals. That is when the property was found where LIONSROCK is today. Not only would it become the home of rescued big cats from across the globe, but those already on the property would no longer face an uncertain future – at the height of so-called canned hunting and destined to become trophies or breeding machines. In 2008, LIONSROCK Big Cat Sanctuary opened its door to the public with the lodge offering accommodation, a restaurant and a variety of activities including educational sanctuary drives. Over the course of a few years, LIONSROCK is now home to more than 100 big cats – lions, tigers, leopards and a three-legged cheetah. It’s not only a world-class sanctuary where animals come to recover from their pasts, but also where people escape from their busy lives, taking a moment to reflect on life and enjoy the spectacular views and nature the Eastern Free State has to offer.
With an ever-increasing need to home rescued big cats from zoos, circuses and private keeping, global animal welfare organisation FOUR PAWS headed to South Africa in 2006 in search of an appropriate home for these animals. That is when the property was found where LIONSROCK is today. Not only would it become the home of rescued big cats from across the globe, but those already on the property would no longer face an uncertain future – at the height of so-called canned hunting and destined to become trophies or breeding machines. In 2008, LIONSROCK Big Cat Sanctuary opened its door to the public with the lodge offering accommodation, a restaurant and a variety of activities including educational sanctuary drives. Over the course of a few years, LIONSROCK is now home to more than 100 big cats – lions, tigers, leopards and a three-legged cheetah. It’s not only a world-class sanctuary where animals come to recover from their pasts, but also where people escape from their busy lives, taking a moment to reflect on life and enjoy the spectacular views and nature the Eastern Free State has to offer.
Watch one of their amazing virtual tours here
If you would like to watch more click on their website link
Donate to Cluny

Donate to Cluny

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

Cluny creates their own Sweepstake!

Cluny creates their own Sweepstake!

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 imogen@clunyanimaltrust.co.za

Dog Day

Dog Day

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.

www.clunyanimaltrust.co.za

chantel@clunyanimaltrust.co.za

079-830-1438

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