The Animal Anti-Cruelty League of Port Elizabeth are embarking on a Joint Venture with Animal Outreaches to tackle the Mission Road township for World Spay Day on 26 February. However, these two organisations are expanding the day into a a week of spaying.
There are an estimated 500 dogs in need of sterilisation in the Missionvale area. Animal Outreaches are currently busy with dipping, inoculating and de-worming in the area, prior to the spayathon.
Animal Anti-Cruelty are challenging residents to help raise funds. Each spay will cost R250 and will be a significant contribution to stopping the suffering and death of thousands of unwanted animals born in our townships.
To fundraise for this project it is suggested that you: organise a raffle in your office, or just a simple collection at work; or even better get your company to donate they will get a tax certificate.
Educators are encouraged to get the positive message of sterilisation across in your schools and perhaps have a week or month of raising funds for this extremely important aspect of animal care. Stop the suffering of over-breeding and the starvation of so many unwanted puppies and kittens. You truly can make a difference. Linda Louise Swain from Animal Anti-Cruelty is happy to address learners.
With any donations made your name and amount donated will be listed and sent out publicly.
Any donations may be made into the account below:
- Account: PEACHAACL
- Bank: Absa Newton Park 511917
- Account: 9210194329
- Ref: World Spay Day and your Name
Send your proof of donation and offers of assistance to Linda Louise care of: hinoon[at]netactive.co.za.