CHAIN is a registered, non-profit organisation (NPO 77158) working hands on in the communities of Tulbagh, Ceres, Prince Alfred Hamlet, Wolseley and Gouda.Our vision is "To create an environment of animal well-being in the Boland"These 5 animal freedoms are our guidelines: Freedom from hunger & thirst (by providing fresh water and the right type and amount of food to keep them fit) Freedom from discomfort (by making sure that animals have the right type of environment including shelter & somewhere comfortable to rest) Freedom from pain, injury & disease (by preventing them from getting ill or injured and by making sure animals are diagnosed and treated rapidly if they do) Freedom to behave normally (by making sure animals have enough space, proper facilities and the company of other animals of their own kind) Freedom from fear & distress (by making sure their conditions and treatment avoid mental suffering)
Our Mission has 5 areas of focus:1. We shall manage the animal population through effective programmes of sterilization and necessary euthanasia;2. We shall establish well managed foster homes;3. We shall promote education through community involvement;4. We shall strive to provide affordable veterinary services for the less privileged members of the community;5. We shall establish effective fundraising programmes to create sustainable financial stability
The organisation is totally reliant on donations and volunteers to continue it's work.
All donations help (whether it be time, money, food, blankets, second-hand kennels, cages or even toys) and will directly impact the animals in the Boland.
Donations can be made to:CHAIN BolandStandard Bank Tulbagh Branch (Code: 050307)Account: 085 958 557
For other donations please contact us on: 072 609 1165 or email us email@example.com
This website is made possible by the kind sponsorship of
The Saayman Family Trust
We also have a group on Facebook
I have 3 baby kittens (2 female and 1 male) and mommy cat who are looking for good, loving family homes. Can't afford to keep them all. Contact 084 866 5646
please can you send me a few pics of the kittens and cat. I will help you network them on facebook. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Morning Carly No not yet.
Hi Elizma. Have you found homes for those kittens and mom yet?
Do you have any feedback about the adult cats available?otherwise can I book a ginger male kitten.Need transport to Ceres
Do anyone maybe know of people who would like to adopt a young rednose pitbull. well behaved, very loving. owner relocated can not keep young Fivo.
Hi Rulene - can you provide your email address so we can contact you about Fivo. Please email to email@example.com or whatsapp to 083 459 9887
I would like to adopt a cat that is preferably sterilized already.How much would it cost?Call me on 023 316 2129 Carmen
When is the best time for our dog to be sterilised? Our dog is 7 weeks old
Hi Dian. You can have your doggy sterilized when she is 5 - 6 months old. Her size/weight also plays a role so best to be guided by your vet