Step up for the SPCA

Herald journalist, Shona Aylward, draws the lucky High 5 winner under the watchful eye of Marno Bester of Bester Viljoen Inc.

THERE is plenty going on at the Lower South Coast SPCA.

A group of businesswomen is challenging other businesses and individuals to better their generous donation of pet food and blankets. With winter here, the pets at the SPCA could do with warm blankets and towels. Tin or sachet cat food is also desperately needed.

Tsara Tickton of LSC SPCA (middle) receives the pet food and blankets from Michele Edgar of Go Stay Africa (left) and personal trainer Natasha Litkie of Train Her, Superbodies Margate. Maxine's Nail and Hair also kindly contributed. They are challenging other businesses to better their donation.

Tsara Tickton of LSC SPCA (middle) receives the pet food and blankets from Michele Edgar of Go Stay Africa (left) and personal trainer Natasha Litkie of Train Her, Superbodies Margate. Maxine’s Nail and Hair also kindly contributed. They are challenging other businesses to better their donation.

A very successful clinic was held recently in the rural area outside Umzumbe. Trainee field officer Sabelo Ngcobo and assistant Tammy Nel worked hard and managed to see more than 50 pets, which received deworming, rabies vaccinations, dipping and minor treatments.

Trainee field officer Sabelo Ngcobo and assistant Tammy Nel treat animals at the SPCA's recent rural outreach programme in Umzumbe.

Trainee field officer Sabelo Ngcobo and assistant Tammy Nel treat animals at the SPCA’s recent rural outreach programme in Umzumbe.

Most importantly, if you haven’t signed up to be a SPCA High 5 member, do so today!

For only R50 a month you stand a chance to win three prizes of R5 000 quarterly or the grand prize of R50 000 annually. The winner of this month’s quarterly prize is Janie Wilson.

Take note the first R50 000 annual draw will take place in December 2016. So join now!

Simply by completing the debit form you can give the SPCA a reliable monthly income which will greatly assist in its mission to educate the community, assist animals in the region and enforce the animal protection act.

To obtain the debit form, go to the SPCA’s Facebook page, or email [email protected] or collect one from reception at the Shelly Charity Shop or SPCA premises in Uvongo, or contact the SPCA at 039 3120962 or 039 3173362.

The Lower South Coast SPCA's Mabsie Mkhize (left) and Joy Goldstone urges everyone to do some early 'Spring cleaning' and donate their unwanted items to the shop.

Mabsie Mkhize (left) and Joy Goldstone urges everyone to do some early ‘Spring cleaning’ and donate their unwanted items to the shop.

Don’t forget to donate any unwanted items to either one of the three charity shops located in Port Shepstone, Shelly Beach or at the SPCA’s premises in Uvongo.

 

  AUTHOR
Shona Aylward
Reporter

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