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Mass Spay Day | Sunday, 10 July 2016 | KwaNokuthula

Services

  • Daily dipping and deworming clinics in the townships of the Bitou area
  • Financial assistance for the spaying/neutering of dogs and cats
  • Spay clinics for mass sterilisations
  • Primary health care for dogs and cats, basic cleaning & bandaging of wounds
  • Euthanising (PTS) of dogs and cats
  • Mass vaccinations in conjunction with local veterinarians using sponsored vaccines
  • Re-homing of animals which are either surrendered, confiscated or brought in
  • Trapping and neutering of feral cats
  • Re-homing of the above cats where possible
  • Response to complaints – noise, barking, fighting, fireworks, etc.
  • Advice on problems with animals
  • Investigation for criminal prosecution with regard to abuse of dogs and cats
  • Education programmes at schools in the Bitou area
  • Assistance for social awareness projects in schools
  • Rehabilitation and treatment of the above animals

Credo

  • PAWS’ core function is to prevent cruelty to animals through proactive and reactive work.
  • We are a pro-life organisation, meaning that we do everything in our power, medically, physically, socially & emotionally, before considering euthanasia.
  • We acknowledge that euthanasia is not an action to be taken lightly as all animals have the right to life, and there is never a justification in taking a life.
  • We strive to work with the community to enhance the relationship between human and animal.
  • We acknowledge that every animal must be assessed individually and treated with love and respect.
  • Our organisation has been created to sustain the welfare of animals and in doing so we will do whatever necessary to rescue, re-home and rehabilitate the animals that have been forgotten in our community.
  • We educate and offer assistance before confiscating any animal.

Social

Facebook
PAWS - Plett Animal Welfare Service (Plettenberg Bay, SA)
PAWS - Plett Animal Welfare Service (Plettenberg Bay, SA)PAWS - Plett Animal Welfare Service (Plettenberg Bay, SA) shared a group.Wednesday, January 18th, 2017 at 5:37pm
In case you didn't see the comment below our lost pets post, here is the Knysna lost pets group. A white cat has just been posted there. https://www.facebook.com/groups/1959880054237828/
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PAWS - Plett Animal Welfare Service (Plettenberg Bay, SA)
PAWS - Plett Animal Welfare Service (Plettenberg Bay, SA)PAWS - Plett Animal Welfare Service (Plettenberg Bay, SA) added a new photo.Wednesday, January 18th, 2017 at 8:14am
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PAWS - Plett Animal Welfare Service (Plettenberg Bay, SA)
PAWS - Plett Animal Welfare Service (Plettenberg Bay, SA)PAWS - Plett Animal Welfare Service (Plettenberg Bay, SA) added 20 new photos to the album Adopted!Tuesday, January 17th, 2017 at 9:51pm
These are photos which have been supplied by the heroes who adopted animals from PAWS. Thank you!
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PAWS - Plett Animal Welfare Service (Plettenberg Bay, SA)
PAWS - Plett Animal Welfare Service (Plettenberg Bay, SA)PAWS - Plett Animal Welfare Service (Plettenberg Bay, SA) shared a photo.Tuesday, January 17th, 2017 at 7:56am
Back home 😊
Lost dogs.
If found please contact Lisa Incendiario, 083 562 7236
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PAWS - Plett Animal Welfare Service (Plettenberg Bay, SA)
PAWS - Plett Animal Welfare Service (Plettenberg Bay, SA)Monday, January 16th, 2017 at 3:48pm
If you have lost a pet anywhere in the Bitou area, do remember that pets can wander far from home, get stolen and escape elsewhere, get picked up by someone traveling through and taken to the next vet or animal welfare organization they come across. By all means ask your neighbours and post notices in your area, but also phone your local vets and rescue centres, as well as those in neighbouring towns. Also, as soon as your pet disappears post on Plett Walkabouts- Lost Pets Facebook group https://www.facebook.com/groups/1739472846370924/ and Plett Walkabouts WhatsApp group. These are both very effective as community involvement is high.
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Twitter
Wednesday, January 18th, 2017 at 2:37pm
In case you didn't see the comment below our lost pets post, here is the Knysna lost pets group. A white cat has... https://t.co/da0AT3vxHo
Wednesday, January 18th, 2017 at 5:14am
I posted a new photo to Facebook https://t.co/O34GUuFww0
Tuesday, January 17th, 2017 at 6:51pm
I posted 21 photos on Facebook in the album "Adopted!" https://t.co/E3NpamqJ8q
Tuesday, January 17th, 2017 at 4:56am
Lost dogs
No phone number given so please contact Martin on Facebook. https://t.co/7jMY9BYwAb
Monday, January 16th, 2017 at 4:00pm
https://t.co/AJVPBJVNp0

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