Poll Question
Should the animals of unemployed, or indigent owners, be sterilised?

 Yes (85)
 No (1)



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A Short Bio of the Governor
17/6/2016
 

There have been quite a few rehomings lately, both dogs and cats going to their forever homes after a period of fostering at Katherine’s house.... Click the header to read the full article

 

Why Sterilize?
May 2016  
 

Why should you support the sterilization of dogs and cats? The answer is simple. It significantly reduces suffering and it significantly reduces the animal welfare bill.... Click on the header to read the full Article

 
  CAT Golf Day 4 June 2016

CAT Golf Day 4 June 2016
18/6/2016  
 

We at Cluny Animal Trust are celebrating the success of our Golf Day last Saturday. With a record field of 102 players, and generous sponsorship of holes and the course, as well as fantastic auction items, we were able to raise over R55 000, after all debts were paid. We obviously could not have done this without the players! I would like to specifically thank the players for coming from far and wide, and the local players for making a space in a busy weekend schedule to support our golf day. A wonderful time was had by all, on the course and in the clubhouse. Despite a couple of inebriated “paddas”, the mood was jovial, the food good and the venue spectacular. We hope to see many of the golfers back next year, at our even bigger and better Cluny Animal Trust golf day, together with a few new faces to fill out the field. Click on the Heading to go to the Face Book events page for more details & photos.

 
  Urgently seeking good homes

Urgently seeking good homes
6/4/2016  
 

These two little emaciated Africanis pups were found chained together in a township near Fouriesburg in the most appalling conditions, unable to reach food and water. They were starving, full of sores with demodectic mange. Cluny Animal Trust removed them and have been treating and rehabilitating them for the past few months. They are now two healthy, happy little sterilised dogs, and well socialized with other dogs and cats. They are named Albert and Hector and are desperately looking for a loving home. If there are any kind people willing to give them a good home and make a generous donation to Cluny Animal Trust to cover their medical expenses thus far, please would you contact Jan Sander (Animal Welfare Assistant) on 078-246-2553, or Dr Katherine Barker (Veterinary Surgeon) on 082-788-6287, both of Cluny Animal Trust.

 
  Feral Cat and Kittens

Feral Cat and Kittens
15 January 2016  
 

Two things that happened before today made Dr Katherine Barker bring the cat trap to Clarens. First there was the cat with rat in mouth disappearing into the foliage opposite the clinic. Then there was the kitten, briefly spotted by the receptionist... click the heading to read the WHOLE STORY!

 
  Finding Her A Home

Finding Her A Home
16/11/2015  
 

She had waited for over a month for someone to take her. Before that she had been homeless, regularly turning up at the Cluny property in Fouriesburg. It had seemed as if nobody wanted her ... Click the link to read more

 
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  Preventable Diseases in Dogs and Cats

Preventable Diseases in Dogs and Cats
 
 

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