Rescue Animal shelters need One Small Act of Kindness

Collect 2,5,10,20 l and refill TRUCK LEAVES MONDAY 29th January 2018

Collect 2,5,10,20 l and refill TRUCK LEAVES MONDAY 29th January 2018

Main Drop off point 29 Pekin Avenue Blairgowrie  Collect 2,5,10,20 l and refill TRUCK LEAVES MONDAY 29th January 2018

Animal Shelters need help! Cape Town Water Drive called for ONE SMALL ACT OF KINDNESS to each animal in a shelter – This is the response to call for water for Rescue Animal shelters in Cape Town. Look at the response. Their whole garden was covered in bottles. 

Disaster levels of dams in Cape Town

Dramatic footage released of empty Western Cape dams… inspiring all South Africans to save water! As you are all aware The Cape is serious need of our help. Together we can help from all over South Africa. Lets stand together and keep the Cape great

Fallen angels 345 animals

Cape Town Water Drive for Rescue Animal Shelters who will benefit. Fallen Angels +/- 345 animals. Fallen Angels Pet Rescue is a registered NPO  (NPO 175-638) focusing on the rescue, rehabilitation and re-homing of each domestic animal.


AACL – Bellville 110 Rescue Animal shelter

The Animal Anti-Cruelty League (AACL), has been protecting and caring for animals since 1956. It is South Africa’s second largest independent Animal Welfare Organization, relying entirely on the generosity and goodwill of the animal-loving public for financial support.

Animal Welfare Society Stellenbosch 300 animals

The Animal Welfare Society Stellenbosch (AWSS) is a non-profit organisation with the aim to serve the community of Stellenbosch and greater Stellenbosch by taking care of the community’s unwanted, mistreated and neglected pets.

Change for the Better Foundation – 152 animals

Change for the Better Foundation
An Rescue Animal organisation, not only rescuing and rehabilitating animals, but also making a difference in our community!


Dams at all time low

Kaveeth Mohan and the “Cape Town Water Drive” group from Reservoir Hills in Durban have already collected about five tons of water. Mohan is calling on trucking and water companies to partner with them to make a difference.


Please advise us through comments on this blog of where we the citizens of South Africa can help


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